I’ve just updated my retro-style online games, so you can play them with your phone or iPad. They feature touchscreen-buttons and a virtual joystick now. Take a trip to the past and discover the fun of the 80′s!
Do you own a business that has a website? Do you want to get more visitors, a longer time of stay at your website? More word-of-mouth promotion? Want people to understand what you’re doing and appreciate it more? Here’s your chance:
I develop online-games for website. These games are related to the business and will show people what you’re doing – in a fun and playful way. They will like you more, understand your service, promote you and get exposed to your content for a longer time.
Usually, developing a game related to your business would cost between 2000 and 3000 Euros for development, graphics and a full, unlimited license. But here’s the deal: I’m looking for reference-partners! That means: I will develop your game for your business, you put it on your website. Depending on your business type and size, I can offer that either totally free for you or with only a little cost or some service-exchance for you. Oh yes, and there will be a link to my website in the game for reference.
How does it work? Just send me a mail and include your contact, a link to your website so I can have a look. I will get back to you and hopefully, you will soon have a really cool and fun game on your website that attracts a lot of visitors.
It is quite interesting that at the moment there is a big discussion about if authors of table top games should be recognised as inventors and therefore have a copyright on their games. Their ideas are the blood in the vessels of the game industry.
Exactly here I remember that this kind of thing already happened in the 80′s, when Atari, leading game company at that time, decided to not print the names of the designers on the game boxes and therefore neglected the rights of the authors.
This lead to the genesis of the company Activision, created by some of Atari’s best game designer’s of that time. They created such great games, that Atari soon had a big problem. It looks like history has to repeat itself. Some people just never learn …