Dekuboy03

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  1. @True Valhalla I understand that it is smarter to reach the demand, and that is one of the important points of html5. I also mention it because I already have a finished product and wanted to know if I could have a little hope to be able to sell it. Since I have found that the most focusable here is the mobile market. But also for games oriented to mobile is very difficult to find publishers or sales .. in my case worked a video game for mobile a few years ago and regardless of the quality, has still remains difficult to find some publisher and more than now I can make video games Of that quality and oriented in html5...
  2. @Firenibbler Thanks for comment, I also think the same. Then, it all boils down to the type of product and how well you do it. It is good to know that this type of game also has a sale.
  3. @TrueValhalla ok, I understand that point. But if I have a video game oriented web/pc does not have sale?
  4. hello! I was researching and I find that the vast majority of portals prefer or have requirements that their games are also mobile oriented. Then I like to design and make games for pc. I have a good control when designing and I'm more satisfied with designing type games: platform, puzzle, etc ... where only the keyboard is used. So, feel's a nuisance in having to also think about adapting the product to mobile or have to change some things already finished just to be able to enable the stupid mouse. But obvious (it all depends on the product) and if something does not work for x game, it just will not work. But at the time of trying to sell my product or think about developing my product have in my head .. "shit, game portals may want something that suits mobile or there will be no sale" .. Then my question: Is it wrong to make html5 games just oriented to play on web / pc with keyboard?
  5. pretty good