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, 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.
I’ve been wanting to do a revenue report for some time now. Why I haven’t? Well, I’m not a big sharer of sensitive information. Welp, that’s about to change. I’ve recently made a goal to retire early. I’m 34 and need to get the passive income amped up and rolling in. To-date, I’ve been passive about my passive income, but I’ve been reading, researching, listening and just all around crushing it when it comes to putting knowledge into my brain.
Game Insight, creator of Airport City, has released its Victorian exploration-style economic strategy game Transport Empire for iPad.
Transport Empire is a new take on economic strategy games that lets players build their own industrial empire inspired by the Victorian Era. Players will build massive fleets of locomotives, steamboats, and airships to create a vast transport network, while also building a rich resource portfolio with mines, farms, and logging sites to develop local industry. In addition to construction and logistics, Transport Empire also offers an engaging story complete with a cast of unforgettable characters — each with their own unique story to tell — along with mysteries to solve, long-lost treasures to unearth, and even a quest to track down a legendary phantom train.
Transport Empire offers a broad range of transportation for players to manage. Players can commission five different types of locomotives that can be used either as freight or passenger trains, and can further customize each train with more than a dozen types of wagons and coaches. Players can also develop their transportation network across land, sea, and air with multiple classes of steamboats and airships to deliver cargo and travelers to faraway destinations.
In honor of the popular dark role-playing fantasy mobile game Blood Brothers celebrating its first birthday, DeNA has created a new data-packed infographic showcasing the some really amazing milestones the game has achieved in its first year on the App Store and Google Play. The numbers are quite staggering and well-deserved.
Just because you may not live in Angola, Bulgaria, China, Brazil, France, Cuba, Namibia, Malta, Marshal Islands, Mozambique, Panama, Zambia or Zimbabwe … doesn’t mean you can enjoy the spoils of Workers Day. Thanks to UNAgames, mobile gamers worldwide can enjoy its Tapsteroids game as the free app of the day. But wait, that’s not all. The developers have also pushed out a major update.