Can You Guys Tell me what I need to improve

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by Erkurheart, Jun 29, 2017.

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  1. UI and Interface

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  2. Gameplay

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  3. IN APP Purchases

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  4. Ads in game

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  5. Sounds and Music

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  1. ctalystnetwork

    ctalystnetwork New Member

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    The promo video really caught my attention!

    The game looks good! Only thing I'd recommend is having a more consistent art style across the levels/gameplay. Keep the colors/textures consistent across the game.
     
  2. Erkurheart

    Erkurheart New Member

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    ok thank you ctalystnetwork I appreciate the feedback and will adjust things in the next update
     
  3. soumaro

    soumaro New Member

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    with the sounds that great and and speedy, video is eye catching but in one minute, I see a car driving so slow.. don't think that attractive but it's ok.
    one thing that I would tell from my experience with mobile games, Marketing is the key , and I'm not referring to paid marketing (in fact I think I've never paid a dime on ads, I just earn from them :p )
    Handle ASO and keep in mind that people don't know you and aren't looking for your game specifically .
    after updating your game , you can think about Growth hacking, it works well when you have a great game that excites people
     

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