Interview with Creator of Top-Selling iPhone Game

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Ryan Price

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Apr 7, 2010, 10:17:20 AM4/7/10
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A Cheap Apple App Means Big Money For Developers

Developers are eager to use the iPad as a chance to sell more expensive apps on Apple's iTunes store. But you can sell a lot of software at 99 cents a pop. Ask Igor and Marko Pusenjak, who have sold 3.5 million copies of their Doodle Jump game.


Takeaways:

1. Constant Promotion is Key
2. Don't Charge for In-game Updates
3. Embrace your Audience
4. Keep it small
5. Do what you love
6. Don't sweat competing with the big boys


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Rodney Degracia

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Apr 7, 2010, 12:19:27 PM4/7/10
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A lot of simulation and 3d developers are near UCF and Lake Mary Heathrow area. I wonder if they are targeting the iPad as the next platform?



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