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10. Monetization

Ted Hagos1 , Mario Zechner2, J. F. DiMarzio3 and Robert Green4
Makati, Philippines
Graz, Steiermark, Austria
Kissimmee, FL, USA
Portland, OR, USA
If you want to release your game for free, after pouring blood, sweat, and tears into it, that’s cool! Everybody wants a free game. You can skip this chapter altogether. On the other hand, if you want some ideas on how you can get paid, then read on. This chapter is about that. Here’s what we’ll cover:
  • Pricing models

  • Freemium

  • Advertising

  • Discoverability

Paid or Free

You must decide whether the game is paid or released for free ...

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