Timberman Source Code on Chupamobile Review

HEROWell, 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┬ámultiple 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.

Why do I like Timberman source code?

  • Simple Artwork: There are only 20-30 pieces of artwork you need to change
  • Monetization: It’s already setup with ad platforms, including Chartboost, Revmob and Admob
  • Turnkey: Simply put, you only need a few hours for yourself or your dev and artist to turn this bad boy around in a jiffy … think zombie hacker, ninja karate kicker, etc.

Based on it’s simple design, addictive gameplay, current chart trends as well as it’s low price, I highly recommend picking up the Timberman source code and adding it to your app portfolio today.

YouTube – Timberman Source Code Review

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4 thoughts on “Timberman Source Code on Chupamobile Review

  1. Thanks for the article!
    Just bought mine on AppsFresh for $59 though. Quality is far better and it comes with in-app purchase and “rate this app”. Top Notch support as well

    1. Hi Stevdev – Apologies for late response … guess I need to check these comments more often! Mine were working as the game launched. Did you add Chartboost to an actual campaign?

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