Backyard Monsters Will Soon Have a Mobile Version
Dan Lim, Chief Editor of BackyardMonstersCheats.com, said that he believes that this is Kixeye’s opportunity to show the world that they are ready to produce games for the mobile platform.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) August 26, 2012
Kixeye CEO Will Harbin recently mentioned that real-time strategy Facebook game fans should be getting very, very excited. The game producer revealed that their hit game Backyard Monsters will be coming to mobile phones at the GamesBeat conference in San Francisco.
Harbin told Venturebeat: “We have a mobile version of Backyard Monsters coming out relatively soon. But it’s really just dipping our toe in the water,” He went on to say: “Part of finding the intersection between accessibility and fidelity relies on creating an immersive experience, and when you have a small form factor device like a cellphone, it’s hard to develop a truly immersive experience.”
Dan Lim, Chief Editor of BackyardMonstersCheats.net, said that he believes that this is Kixeye’s opportunity to show the world that they are ready to produce games for the mobile platform.
It could open up a whole world of opportunity for them, or see them flounder like so many others that have attempted this type of transition. Harbin went on to mention that not only do they have a 3D role-playing game for Facebook which will be released in October, but they are also releasing their own games platform as well.
Harbin had some words about the current state of gaming on Facebook: “This isn’t a means for us to leave Facebook, but we’ve definitely discovered that there’s a large segment of users that just refuse to play any kind of game on Facebook. They refuse to recognize that there are games worth their while on Facebook,”
He added: “The waters on Facebook have been tainted a bit for our audience. We will still continue to operate on Facebook, purchase traffic and release our games on Facebook, but we’re not expanding that way.”
These insights reveal not only the company’s ambitious plans for growth, but an interesting insight into the Facebook gaming platform as a whole as well.
Does this bode well for the future of Facebook gaming? Is mobile truly the way things are headed? Only time will tell and BackyardMonstersCheats.net will be there to cover it.
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