Consumers are continually turning to mobile devices as their gaming platform of choice. A recent survey by Flash games services firm Mochi Media shows that 86 percent of Flash game developers realize the mobile gaming trend and are expanding to the mobile platform, where many other developers are already focusing their efforts.
The survey also shows that 63 percent of Flash game developers plan to hold out on mobile expansion, sticking with developing web games as they gauge market responses and readiness for the mobile platform.
As far as mobile platforms of choice go, developers are directing games pretty evenly over both iOS and Android platforms, with 81 percent targeting iOS, 78 percent targeting Android and 76 percent making games for as many platforms as possible.
While Mochi’s study showed a large percentage of Flash developer interest in the mobile market, it also revealed that 95 percent of Flash game developers will additionally continue making web games.
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