How developers can make up to $30,000 USD from HTML5 games
On the mentioned article SOFTGAMES CEO Alexander Krug explaines how to make money from the rising market of HTML5 games.
As many developers struggle to compete in an already bloated native app market the HTML5 cross platform market is emerging and well on the rise.
While native developers can give a push to their apps by increasing daily installs at a cost paying for installation HTML5 developers enjoy an increasing demand for their products, and a fairly relaxed competition.
Also HTML5 provides a market that moves differently than the native app market, here publishers are approaching developers for the newest titles and demands from the audience.
HTML5 games can be sold in both exclusive and non-exclusive licenses and the prices can go up as much as $30,000 USD if sold in an exclusive license.
Developers can also easily fill the gaps in the HTML5 market: games like Mahjong, Solitaire and Zuma don’t have yet an HTML5 equivalent, as more users do the change from native to mobile-casual more games are in demand for the HTML5 platform.