2048 Source Code and My New Jupiter Tile Puzzle Game

screen568x568-3Last 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.

I went with a Galaxy / Alien theme, that I believe turned out pretty darn good. I actually have been playing the game, which is a good sign, I hope. It’s called Galaxy Jump – The Jupiter Tile Puzzle Challenge. Currently, I have it set to $.99 and it’s featured towards the top of some paid charts in various countries in their new section. I only have the “more apps” button working with ads. I’ll have an ad supported version out soon.

After one day on the store, I’m up to $9 of revenue. The good news is there are already seven ratings with a 4 rating average. I’ll update stats as I go.

 

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