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  1. Hi, I have 24 HTML5 games available for licensing. Feel free to message me: gogafem@yahoo.com
  2. Nice updates! Looks a lot better than the last time I saw it ^^.
  3. Hi everyone! My name is George and I work under the name GGames. I am both a programmer and designer and I collaborate with several other local developers if the project calls for it. Some of our work can be seen on the following pages: http://www.facebook.com/ggamesstudio https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OQcadyPr8w http://postimg.org/gallery/2y7vxvj00/0ad6315d/ I also have some top-quality purchased assets which can be used in new projects. I design vector artwork and my style can be seen in the sample links(For most of the games). If you require a different style, I know several other designers who may be able to do it. Platforms: HTML5 Flash Android + iOS (Unity, Game Maker Studio) I have 26 HTML5 games available for exclusive or non-exclusive licensing. If a sponsor is interested in trying them out, I have a private link with playable versions of each game. The Flash games from the video can be converted to HTML5 by request and vice-versa - the HTML5 games can be converted to Flash.
  4. If this is your first attempt at a game, you really should keep it simple. It is best to experiment your monetisation ideas on simpler games first. As for HTML5 vs Unity... If you want the game to be played through a web browser, then HTML5 is the better choice. If you want to have a native version for each platform, then Unity is the better choice.
  5. Self publishing games on the Appstore or Playstore is something I don't think I'll be doing any time soon... It's such a difficult an unfair market!
  6. Softgames look for high quality native-like games. I do wonder what a 30000$ HTML5 game is like though...
  7. I personally started out professional development with Flash. I switched to HTML5 last August. To be honest, it's very difficult to say... There are still opportunities with Flash games, but it definitely is not what it used to be several years ago. If you have a very high quality game, or find the right sponsor, then I don't see anything wrong with it. Personally, I still find some Flash-related work from time to time, but I mainly use it for graphics now.
  8. Hi, I am not sure how to send a PM on this forum. Can you please contact me on e-mail or Skype for more info? e-mail: gogafem@yahoo.com Skype: ggamesgeorge I have worked on 28 HTML5 games and I have more than 20 available for licensing(Exclusive and non-exclusive). I am also able to work on new games, with specifications provided by you.