[WTB] A Game With 3k$+ NET/month.

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  1. crush3r

    crush3r New Member

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    Hey Guys, i`m looking to buy a game that has a net profit of at least 3k USD per month.

    I have the budget & i`d be more interesting on keeping the current staff to keep developing the game.

    What i`m looking for mainly is: Facebook games, iPhone/iPad Games, MMORPG
    and so on.

    If you are interested please do not hesitate in contacting me via pm.

    Thanks guys :)
     
  2. Nutter2000

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    Wouldn't we all ;)

    I'm sure you've done your market research, but be aware that most games are hit-based, that is the majority of sales come in the first couple of weeks and then tail off.
    So a guaranteed 3k / month will most likely be hard to find, you want to look for MMO's or a games portal rather than a single game as such.

    Hope that made sense.

    cheers,
    Iain
     
  3. crush3r

    crush3r New Member

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    Thanks for your tip & reply Ian, that's why i prefer to see a game which is stable in the market and makes somewhat stable income for last few month.
     
  4. Nutter2000

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    Well, good luck :)
     
  5. crush3r

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    Thanks for the few pm`s guys, still looking for offers ;)
     

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