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In-Game Store - What's better - Free Programming or Free Design + Programming

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Yaniv Nizan

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My company SOOMLA is investigating a rather interesting concept today. We all know that Free 2 Play is the way to go with mobile games and every game these days either have an in-game store or is looking to add one.

The SOOMLA platform is about saving time on the development side, reducing the programming work and code maintenance work associated with the store by over a month during the game creation and completely eliminating work related to keeping the store fresh and up to date with the game.

Today we are exploring a different concept. We are allowing game developers to save not just the programming work but also the design work. Our designers will create a store design in our platform to match the look and feel of the game and the store will function with just minutes of work.

You can learn more here

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We are interested to see the market reaction to something like this. If we see that this is indeed required by mobile game devs we will invest more effort into offering a marketplace of design services along with our platform. Otherwise, we will focus more effort on the self-serve product and enhance functionality.

Either way , the current promotion is a great opportunity for anyone who has a free game and is looking to add a store. Just sit back and relax while everything is done for you.
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