-AAG- Posted June 3, 2014 Share Posted June 3, 2014 As the HTML5 market grows so does the quality demand from sponsors. However, it seems like the money paid for non-exclusives (between 400 and 1000 USD) will stay about the same. So with higher resolutions, better graphics, and having sounds and music becoming the new standard, what are we supposed to do with our old, low-res, muted mini-games? In my personal experience quoting the minimum 400 USD per game have meant the end of many deals, and in the case of rude sponsors, the end of communication altogether even after offering discounts for bulk purchases and low requirements from their side. I really don't think this old mini games should be on the same price range of games that adjust to the higher standards but then again I know very little about business. What do you guys think? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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