Last month, I purchased the 2048 source code from Angela’s App Services. The best part was that the code was actual free if you bought the programming upgrade. Now, I know I’m a bit behind the 2048 storm, but the price was right and I saw something pretty cool that Angela’s team did. Instead of another black / white or other color scheme, they actually put a theme to it. So I thought, that’s neat, why can’t I do that? So I did.
I decided to purchase artwork through them too. All told, I spent $578 ($399 for artwork, $149 for artwork and $30 for ASO into six languages) for a turnkey game that I didn’t have to touch. Well, I put my ad IDs in and switched it over to my Apple ID info.
Well, we already have the new Flappy Bird and it’s called Timberman. So simple it’s addictive, Timberman truly is a gem of a game … so much so that it has nearly 4,000 ratings with a 4.5 average and is trending at the top of the App Store charts. So naturally, I wanted to find the source code and make a few new themes for it. Luckily, it only took me about 2 minutes to find the Timberman source code on Chupamobile.
I can honestly say that it is setup to monetize.
Priced at just $139 for a single user license and $199 for a multiple app license, the Timberman source code is a very interesting prospect to add to your app portfolio or start your app empire with. And as of last count … there are only 8 apps tagged with the keyword Timberman sooooo, you’re welcome. That’s a little App Store Optimization (ASO) trick for you.
Well, June is in the books and I’m down a few hundo from $916.36 in May 2014 to $668.14 in June 2014. The good news is that there are a few reasons why It’s down. The biggest reason is that the last few months have been particularly busy in my day-to-day career of being an App PR / Marketing consultant. I’ve helped several companies launch apps and so my own development has suffered.