My name is Harold, Business Development Manager of TikTok Audience Network(Pangle).
TikTok Audience Network(Pangle) is one of the biggest ad platforms in Asia. As part of ByteDance, Pangle especially offers an unparalleled eCPM and fill rate in China.
Pangle supports multiple ad formats, particularly strong are Rewarded Video and Interstitial Video, two of the game publisher's premium monetization solutions.
Here are some of our selected Global publisher, they all integrate with us and we cooperate smoothly in China and Japan now:
Voodoo, Lion studios, Saygames, Playrix, Gismart, Gameloft, Ubisoft, Zeptolab.
Also, in the JP region, we now already offer quite competitive CPMs. Soon we plan to open other geos, such as South Korea, South-East Asia, Europe and America.
We sincerely hope that we can do a lot of business together in Asia, and around the world.
I would be very grateful if you can make connection with us and discuss our potential opportunities of...
I've been thinking about how to teach aspects of the game to the player before they enter the game.
The thing I mostly want is for players to not be able to pass the title screen without knowing the main mechanic of the game.
I have a couple of questions:
1. Does this sound like a good idea?
2. Would it be too confusing for players to not have a simple title screen?
3. What other, more useful information can I give to the player through the title screen?
This is the game where i tried this, I'm still thinking how to do this correctly in a new game I'm working on.
In games with a morality system, it is just a bar that is either low (evil) or high (good) and one of two or more ending scenes are played if the bar is closer to one of them.
That, stated above, is not how human morals work. Let me give you an example, a hero cop just rescued hostages, but behind the scenes he's crooked, selling drugs and weapons to get some extra cash, pinned his crimes on innocent people to save his own skin, so, is he morally good or bad? Some people might say he's morally grey others might say he's bad or good... It has to be looked at from a different perspective, sure he's ruined some people's lives by innocently convicting them for his own selfish needs but...
What if I say that at most those people get five years, and when it came down to it, he put other people's lives before his own with the rescue, he was labeled a hero because he when beyond the call of duty...
So, to some he's still bad and to others he's a little less bad, but still in that label,...
What's a spririgon?
• A spirigon is an existing animal that has been possessed by an elemental spirit.
Why do they look different?
• Throughout the process of a creature being possessed by an elemental spirit, the creature goes through a mutation process and gains super natural abilities.
Domesticating a Spirigon
As a player, you are introduced to spirigons and a research team has shown you how they are domesticated with spirit shards, the elemental spirit is then captured through the process and becomes your familiar, a pact is created between the player and summoner along with a seal. Players are able to summon spirigons by releasing a spirit shard and breaking the seal. They are also capable of resealing them with the shard.
There are several oracles located throughout the region that are the head of an elemental dojo, these oracles specialize in a specific element and have spent years of training to hone its...
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