Publisher for a multiplatform game

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by Nemo Games, Jul 22, 2013.

  1. Nemo Games

    Nemo Games New Member

    Dec 19, 2009
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    AVA’S QUEST is a 2D action platform.
    It has totally 30 levels. 8 normal levels, 1 boss level and 1 bonus level in 3 chapters.
    Each level have 5 optional mission.
    Your base attack is jumping on enemies. (just like Mario)

    AVA’S QUEST is going to be finished soon. I’ve decided to go with publisher/publishers.





    But the problem is AVA’S QUEST is a multiplatform game. (iOS, Android, Win, Mac, Web)
    Is a publisher like BigFishGames (that publish multiplatform games) bettar than mobile publisher like Chilingo?
    Can I choose 2 publisher, one for pc, one for mobile?
    What other multiplatform publishers exist besides BigFishGames?

    Important Question:
    Could I send the game for sites like touch arcade to prereview? Is it important for publishers?

  2. jcottier

    jcottier New Member

    Jul 12, 2006
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    Every combination is possible. But you also need to think about the publishers strength. Is the audience accumulated by the publisher the same as the audience interested in my games?
    if the answer is no, then you shouldn't distribute your game exclusively with this publisher.


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