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Welcome to the GameAnalytics blog, where we try to help game makers build more engaging experiences through a strong understanding of their core metrics.
A global analysis of annual performance benchmarks for the mobile gaming industry in 2018, looking at data from 3+ billion players.
Let’s look at some powerful, cost-free ways you can market your newly developed game - both before and after launch.
We look at the most useful game analytics metrics to help shed light on how you can improve your mobile game with data.
Kickstarting this year is Pocket Gamer Connects first conference in London. So get ready for some jam packed industry insights in the shape of talks, panel sessions and networking opportunities.
In this post, GameRefinery shift their focus to mobile RPG games, and examine how various RPG archetypes are faring on the market at the moment.
Using data from our latest industry report, we reveal the key lessons in keeping your games' retention and engagement healthy.
We explore 3 unique stories where developers went the extra mile to build their community, and dig into why they worked so well.
It's been a busy end of the year for us. We've been hard at work fixing issues and bringing in new features. Below, you'll find a handy list of exactly what those changes are...
What were the top games launched over the past 12 months? And what made these titles stand out from the rest? We find out...
As 2018 comes to a close, GameRefinery reflects on how the mobile gaming industry has developed over the past year, and who made the biggest splash - all in their handy infographic.
Terry Karavoulias shares with us his story on how he developed his first game - with no experience in designing or programming games.
That's right, we're excited to announce that you can now view insights about your players on the go with our newly released mobile app: GameAnalytics Instant.
We're excited to announce that we have added the Roblox SDK to our collection!
Using their Market Explorer tool and genre taxonomy framework, GameRefinery answers the hard question all western developers ask: What are the top grossing games in Japan, and what genres do they represent?
Mobile games can now be been seen across desktop, Nintendo Switch, and other top consoles. So when keeping all of these devices in mind, how can you make your game’s UI work across them all?
Creative Director at Return to Adventure Mountain, Chris Zukowski, shares with us how studio Kitfox Games nailed their email marketing strategy for their game, Boyfriend Dungeon.
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