Ninja retro time! Save your Nakama – that means friends – by jumping, slashing and beating the enemies up.
We are proud to announce that our Everyplay GameAds, the in-game video advertising network for mobile game developers, is now fully available for all! GameAds provides industry leading CPMs and fill rate, and popular games like Ruzzle, Hill Climb Racing, 4 Pics 1 Word and Song Pop are currently generating additional revenue with GameAds. Also during the beta phase one our customers – a key mobile game publisher – earned $1 million in just 45 days.
“For Ruzzle, GameAds’ eCPM outperformed every other ad network in United States with a great fill rate. We are extremely impressed by the performance and the service from the team,” says Daniel Hasselberg, CEO of Mag Interactive.
“The eCPM and fill rate with GameAds absolutely blew us away. It’s the highest monetizing in-game ad network that we’ve ever worked with in English-speaking countries,” says Sebastian Schmitt, CEO of Lotum GmbH, makers of 4 Pics 1 Word and True or False.
GameAds fulfills the need for mobile video advertising with proper user targeting. The video ads are shown within mobile games as either opt-in, where gamers can e.g. receive a virtual item for watching a video, or as interstitials. The videos are shown only to highly engaged mobile gamers: the results are that GameAds is more relevant to players with high response rates and that GameAds has rapidly grown to be one of the largest video ad networks for mobile games.
To learn more and get started, visit https://developers.everyplay.com.
Don’t let the size of these tiny soldiers fool you – they are the toughest ones around! Prep up your troopers and lead your squad to the battle for victory… or fail.
There’s another zombie attack in town, but these undead creatures are not the mindless simple chaps you’ve used on! To stop the rotting army, take your fleet of customized “AC-HMV” armored assault trucks and head for war!
Chainsaw Warrior from Games Workshop was first published as a solo board game in 1987, but now it’s time for the battles to go digital. Vile creatures commanded by the ‘Darkness’ from another dimension are roaming the city of New York and it’s all up to one guy (yes, that’s you) to save it all!
This one is for those who just can’t get enough of good old vintage platforming. All the bees have been captured and it’s the hat guy Dash’s job to save them!
Do you have what it takes to be Riddick, the galactic antihero, and escape & eliminate your enemies, the mercenaries? Take a deep breath and become one with the shadows in Riddick: The Merc Files.
Man, this robot is angry! Stomp those annoying cars, tanks, suit guys and whatnot to defeat evil corporates! Angry Robot: Wall Street Titan was selected by Indie Game Magazine as one of the best mobile arcade games of 2012!
Touchdoooooooooooooooown! Spin, jump, juke and dive to make your team win in Mike Vick: Gametime.
Zombies are coming, and they won’t stop until you blast them off! Zombie Minefield gets you in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, and your job is to defend your fort with all the weapons you’ve got!
The idea in TAISO is simple, but you have to have jazz hands quick enough to make a good score! Just rotate your phone and make the TAISO-MAN flip and do tricks in the air.
A single device, two players, tons of coloured circles – that’s Circulets for you. Collect the colourful dots and be the fastest one, or make your own competition and rules.
Being late from a surfing competition is bad, but it gets even worse when the only route to the championships – splashing waves of course – is crowded with angry pelicans and swimmers. Can you be the surf hero in Surfing Safari and make it in time?
Konnichiwa! The eternal neon lights of Tokyo will blink even a bit faster on 19th–20th of September when the Tokyo Game Show takes place in Makuhari Messe, Tokyo. Our own ninja for a CEO, Jussi, will be at the event, and he is more than eager to show what’s up with Everyplay. To book a meeting, please send us mail at firstname.lastname@example.org! See you in Japan!
Getting tired of slicing bananas and pineapples? Well then, why don’t you slash some apps! Cut My Apps by Bo Zhao makes you a total app slashing master, so start swiping that finger-sword of yours!
Sheep are usually all cuddly and cute, but in this case, they are very much explosive with evil means! In Baams Away! by Bearded Eye you must travel through worlds and just blast those vile creatures!
This year, Unity’s premier developer’s conference takes place in Vancouver, Canada, from August 28th– 30th. Applifier is also joining the fun in Vancouver, and we’d love to meet you! If you’re heading for Unite, please drop us a line at email@example.com and let’s set up a meeting!
Also PAX Dev takes place at the end of August, from Aug 28th–29th, in Seattle. Applifier is present there, too, so please come and meet us! You can set up a meeting at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you there!
They are cute, they are cuddly and they are lethal – they are the Battle Bears. SkyVu’s Battle Bears Gold is an awards winning online multiplayer shooter with some serious kick-ass teddybears. Choose your warrior bear, his wacky weapon of choice and once you’ve had your victory, share it to everyone with a FaceCam commentary!
Is tactical strategy your game? Breach & Clear by Gun. lets you to build your own Special Operations team and plan & execute exciting missions against your enemies. Is your team going to be victorious or are your tactics too obvious?
This is a decision between good and evil: as you’re in charge of an intersection with way too much traffic, are you going to save the cars or crash them? The Guardian Angel and Devil’s Advocate are waiting for your answer in Bad Traffic by CreenCod!
Hyper Breaker Turbo by Barry Kostjens is an arcade classic with a modern twist. Break bricks like you’ve never broke them before with realistic physics, new paddle controls and more!
P.S. Our Applifier team is at GamesCom right as we speak, so please come and meet us at Booth Hall 4.2 Business Center B-020a!