Its from the same developers of Airport City - Its called The TribeZ. Currentyl available for Android, iPhone, iPad and Amazon.
A very addictive game which will eventually allow members to visit each other and send gifts etc.
Ive tried to keep things similar to my Airport City site. Ive also used a mod which allows members of Airport City to log into TribeZ Game without having to re-register (and vice versa)
Don't have any computer players, just people that play on their mobile or tablet.
Sorry, I dont quite understand. How do you mean?
Are you using Adsense for the mobile users for ads?
How does people logging in from phone impact this...was it better before when peeps were using desk tops or the same now from phones?
Teeny tiny screens... isn't it harder for them to click?
I mean since Android and iOS apps are there you site is actually reducing the no. of app sales. Or are they free games. Why would Facebook want the same game somewhere else, won't they put exclusiveness to their game ? Does the game makers allow all to use the game for free ? No licensing fee or anything ?
How to do get these games ? As script ?
PS : Just curious.
what's the actual traffic like though? is it just a few hundred visitors per day? thousands?
You've hit on my favourite recipe.
- Find a popular game that doesn't have a good community site.
- Create a simple forum.
- Partner with other sites that are related to the game you're covering.
- Appoint enthusiastic moderators and administrators.
Step back, smile, move on to the next project. Rinse and repeat.
Just thought id give a little update on this thread.
Its been over two years since I launched my site and it still seems to be going pretty well with a very active community, all helping each other out.
I did however take a year out from playing the game, think I did too much at once and burned out. Luckily I had two great modertors who took the role of admin and kept the forum active and running. However im back no and everything seems to be going great. Current stats:
Obviously a long way to go before becoming a big board, but hopefully in a few years!
The best thing is that a few days ago the actual game developer and designer (had been a member for 18 months, although online never posted) posted a thread highlighting what was coming up on the game in 2015 and also posted a promo code for forum members to use to get a special gift. (Didn't take long for this to circulate around the web!)