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Sarah Impey

Sarah Impey

Marketing Manager at GameAnalytics

Adding Subtitles to Your Mobile Game – Dos and Don’ts

Accessibility is a key factor in making your game enjoyable for all. So we've outlined some dos and don'ts for adding subtitles to your mobile game.

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GameDev’s Guide for Pitching to Publishers with your Hyper-Casual Game

Our step by step guide for pitching your hyper-casual game to publishers. With insights and metrics from our Benchmarks+ platform.

A Game Developers’ Guide to Playable Ads

What makes a great playable ad? And what steps can you take to making them? We answer that, and more, in this article.

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Eight tools, services and products you should know about before launching your game

Whether you've launched or about to launch your game, there's still a ton of work you need to do to make it a success. To save you some time, here are eight things we think you should look into.

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Customizing Rewarded Ads using Machine Learning – Lessons from Rovio

Rovio’s Elif Buyukcan gave us a talk on how they optimize rewarded ads in their Angry Birds games – with help from machine learning and artificial intelligence. This is what we learned.

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Lessons from the 9 Best Mobile Games of 2019: Part Two

Simplicity is key. So learn how to improve your mobile game by exploring the best of 2019. The second of our three-part series, focused on casual games.

Bam, Splat, Kapow: How to use Sound Effects to bring your Mobile Game to Life

Mechanics, design, and what was the other one... Sound! A key element, but often overlooked. So here are some sound effects tips when making your mobile game.

Making Hit Idle Games Event – Homa Games, Kolibri & GameAnalytics

Whether you want to catch up on missed content, or are eager to relive the evening, we’ve recorded each talk from our latest event on making hit idle games.

Apple Arcade: What This Really Means For Mobile Game Developers (Updated)

We look at the pro's and cons of Apple's latest subscription-based service, Apple Arcade, and what mobile game developers should look out for.

4 Steps When Using Music To Support Game Narrative

Music in games really can enhance a players experience, when done right. But where do you start? Don’t worry – we've put together 4 key steps that any developer should follow.

Using Music As A Core Mechanic: Insights from Amanotes

In this post, music gaming industry specialists, Amanotes, have shared their key steps and top tips that every developer should know when creating music mobile games.

A Game Developer’s Guide To Google Stadia

Google has recently shared some of the top updates about their new product, Google Stadia. But what does this mean for mobile game developers?