In waiting rooms and lines across the world, a new breed of gamer is emerging. With the proliferation of mobile devices, people who wouldn’t have called themselves “gamers” are now playing Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja. While they might not consider themselves serious gamers, they play nonetheless. With most Triple A developers making games for the upcoming next generation consoles, many indie developers are focused on the Android ecosystem. This change in focus for new designers is a fundamental shift in how we play and Android could be the future of that shift – if they can overcome several hurdles….
This article originally ran April 19, 2013, on Pocket Gamer Fragmentation Fix: Apkudo on how it plans to make Android developers’ lives a little easier And for free, too Fragmentation has been an albatross around the figurative neck of Android for years now. Although the increasing popularity of certain Nexus devices has helped to some extent, the problem remains a pertinent one for mobile game developers operating on the platform. It’s an issue that Apkudo is looking to solve, both for developers and OEMs. Keep reading..