December Developer Shoutout
Each month we want to give kudos to our developer community. Mobile games development is a fine balance between designing the best games, keeping players happy and paying the bills. We get it. These are the developers pioneering the use of immersive ads in their games and reaping the monetization uplift rewards. We salute you!
Studio: Lowtek Games
Take on the role of one of nature’s most reviled parasites in this vertical take on the Endless Runner genre. Bounce your way through an animal’s innards, collecting blood as a surprisingly cute flea.
Lowtek Games have crafted an excellent InGamePlay ad integration here, adding in new game objects such as phones and cassette players to support the ads. These objects use the same art style as the rest of the game, making everything feel blended and natural.
Studio: Todak Studios
Police Sentri presents a classic game of Cops and Robbers, in a neat multiplayer package. Play as a criminal trying to steal some loot, or a police officer trying to bring them down.
Ad placements have been placed in logical locations in Police Sentri, with ads appearing on billboards across the game’s maps, and in the multiplayer lobby.
Studio: Back Alley Games
Victory Beat Em Up Action
A classic beat ‘em up game, Victory Beat Em Up Action sees you punching and kicking your way through hordes of goons in a future cityscape.
InGamePlay ads have been cleverly added to the background layers in the game, letting them generate impressions without impacting the core gameplay.
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