Casual Game Development Company
Casual Game refers to video games (even software apps) that allow casual
players to participate.The main difference between a Casual Game and a
"hardcore" game is that a player does not have to adhere to any strict
rules governing play in a Casual Game. A "hardcore" game player, on the
other hand, could be obsessed with reaching higher and higher scores or
levels of difficulty in even one game that he follows. You may consider
that a Casual Game player is less stressed out - indeed, so "casual"
that he can be said to be a "laid-back" player.
Generally, a Casual Game can be played on a computer desktop or laptop
though there are some games in this category which may apply to mobile
device use as well. Interestingly, Wikipedia states that up to 74% of
people who enjoy Casual Gameplay are women - this could be because males
tend to take video game play more seriously or competitively. If you
are thinking of going into Casual Game development, you might consider
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One of the earmarks of Casual Game development is that the game does not
have to be very complicated - actually the simpler it is the more it
may appeal to the female demographic. Because many Casual Game fans also
belong to the older generation, it is not surprising that they favor
the simpler games. After all, these types of game players may be very
involved in their family and careers and not really have the motivation,
time or energy to pursue games with multiple levels of difficulty.
(This may explain the popularity of a relatively simple game like Angry
Birds). If you do want to do Casual Game development you need to come up
with a simpler game that will still be visually appealing and pleasant
An interesting feature that a Casual Game can offer is free use or free
download. Because the game comes with advertising from third parties,
you can actually reap in advertising revenues without charging users for
actual gameplay. Other game developers may supply a "free trial"
version to the public - once users are satisfied with the kind of game
offered, they have the option to pay for an upgrade to a more
complicated version. If either of these strategies appeals to you, you
may want to get Nadcab Technology to work on your game development project for you so that your project gets results right away.