Build Stunning Mobile Games That Run Smoothly with Adaptive Performance

Optimize your mobile game for Samsung devices by using Adaptive Performance. Discover how it checks the device’s thermal status and adjusts the target frame rate, level of detail, and CPU/GPU clock to increase your game’s performance quality.

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Build Stunning Mobile Games That Run Smoothly with Adaptive Performance

Top Mobile Game Engines & Development Platforms

Mobile game development companies should have a thorough knowledge of the platform on which they are planning to develop the game. Factors like having a large developer community, easy to code, working on both the OS platforms (Android and iOS) must be some of the key features that should be looked at. Moreover, the platform should be such that it should support native as well as cross-platform mobile gaming apps.

Keeping all these in mind, we have prepared a full-throttle list of mobile game development platforms that are in trend and can help you in developing the best gaming product for the targeted audience.

Take a look at the Game Developers’ most preferred Platform & Engines.

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Playground Games and Turn 10 Studios respectively improved time on Visual Studio 2019

The C++ team at Visual Studio has delivered substantial build and link time improvements throughout Visual Studio 2019. This blog is Part 2 of a series of blogs showcasing real-world results of our efforts. See how the Gears 5 team benefited from iteration build time improvements in Part 1.

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How to Hire Mobile Game Developer? Cost, Hiring & Technologies

Gaming and specifically mobile gaming is continuing to revolutionize the entire entertainment industry. Every year there is a significant rise in the number of people playing mobile games as they are looking forward to spending their time in some fun way that gaming provides. Covid-19 is playing a part in accelerating this upward trajectory.

Statistics of the Mobile Gaming Industry

  • As per GameAnalytics, in the first quarter of 2020, the number of mobile gamers grew from 1.2 billion to 1.75 billion per month showing a massive increase of 46%.

  • Newzoo predicted that in 2020, the number of mobile gamers will shoot up at 2.6 billion of which 38% will pay for the games and the prediction stood true majorly.

  • In the second quarter of 2020, the consumers spent over $19 billion on mobile phone games which in itself was a record according to App Annie.

  • 25% of iOS and 21% of Android apps downloaded are games globally.

How to Hire a Mobile Game Developer?

Earlier, it was quite a challenging task to hire to find a game developer. However, thanks to online portals and various communities that have made it accessible to find the game developers in this technologically driven scenario. But finding a suitable game developer can prove to be a tricky task as there are a lot of newbies in the market and it is very easy to deceive with a little touch-up. Therefore, you need to be very specific and alert while finding the right developer to do your job.

When we talk about game development, the Asian market, especially the Indian market is turning out to be a promising hub for this domain. Indian market is enriched with talented and experienced mobile game developers who are well versed in their field of developing gaming apps.

Here are the Top Online Portals Where You Can Hire Game Developers:

  • Toptal
  • Unity Connect
  • Upwork
  • Hired
  • PeoplePerHour

Cost to Hire a Game Developer

In the gaming industry, the cost solely depends upon the standards of the industry. However, the same also depends upon the individual skillset. Say for example, in case you are a fresher in the industry, you will be provided with a standard salary as per the company norms. After getting significant experience, you can do wonders and get a tremendous leap in your professional career. Talking in numbers, generally, iOS game developer’s standard cost is greater than Android game developers. Generally, the hourly cost to hire a game app developer is between $20 to $30 depending upon the project’s specification and complexity. The same may vary depending upon the policies of the employment.

Technologies Involved in Mobile Game Development

Here we are going to talk about the technologies prevailing in the mobile gaming market. Efficient tools and frameworks are required to build a high-quality mobile game. Although there are plenty of game engines and technologies that but here we will be discussing the most popular ones. You might also like to know about mobile game development tools. Hence, please read the rest of the blog to get complete knowledge:

*** Unity**
*** Marmalade**
*** Unreal Engine**
*** Game Maker**

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Hire Best Mobile Game Developers | Mobile Game Development Companies

It's often said that mobile gaming is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, and with more than 2 billion devices worldwide in use, it's no wonder. In fact, there are now so many opportunities available for those who want to get into the mobile game development industry that it can be difficult to choose which company to work for. That's why we've put together this list of our top 10 companies to hire Mobile game developers!

The main idea is that by applying online today, you're putting yourself ahead of the competition and securing your place as a successful developer. We want you not only to feel good about making an application for any one of these highly-paid companies but also aspire for them as well. We all need a little gaming break once in a while, and, thankfully, mobile games are ubiquitous. In the past few years alone, they have evolved from simple puzzle puzzles to immersive world-building simulations.

Game development is a booming industry it was valued at over $100 billion annually - and there are plenty of companies who are looking for sharp developers. Here's our list of the top 10 companies to hire mobile game developers:

List of Top 10 Mobile Game Development Companies:

  1. Auxano Global Services
  2. Intermediait
  3. Game Taiko
  4. True Agency
  5. Toexa Inc.
  6. Bright Inventions
  7. Parabeac
  8. CactusSoft
  9. Flow Studio
  10. Zefre Media Türkiye

1.Auxano Global Services

Auxano Global Services is one of the top mobile game companies in the USA and India, offering mobile game development services to clients. We have expertise in developing games across all genres for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. We use Unity, Cocos2D, PlayCanvas, Cocos-JS, Pixi.Js, and many other industry-leading tools to create the best games and experiences for mobile platforms.

2. Intermedia

Intermedia is an Argentinian company that offers high quality software development services, providing extra value at every step of the way. The company is committed to continuous improvement through different angles, not only by offering technological innovations, but also highlighting the human aspect. Over the last nine years the company has built a strong  portfolio of software solutions and have worked with global startups and corporations along with the most important Argentine companies.

3. Gametaiko

Game Taiko is a global company on a mission to create world-class entertainment experiences with our games, virtual reality, augmented reality, hologram, licensing and other businesses. The company’s games business has developed dozens of titles since its founding as a grant winner IPCC Malaysia in 2007 and Cradle in 2010, including Bob The Plumber, Zombie Rescue, and uh, something to do with big truck, shooting and offroad racing game. What was that one called again?

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How to Test Mobile App Performance: 3 Key Components - DZone Performance

You’ve probably interacted with an app on your phone or tablet that’s slow, takes a long time to load, freezes, or even crashes on you altogether.

Frustrating, right?

On the flip side, you can probably think of an app that you love to use because from day one, it’s never given you any trouble.

Or maybe you never paid any mind to an app that works quickly, because isn’t that how it’s supposed to be?

So, what causes one app to be crash-prone and another, fast, and reliable?

Whether an app has good or bad performance depends on three factors: the backend, the network, and the app itself running on the device.

A developer or mobile tester can measure the performance of an application in different scenarios.

For example, they can test for when there’s a concurrency of users on the app at the same time, on different devices (which vary in hardware resources and screen sizes), and multiple networks such as 3G, 4G, Wifi, and more.

The reality is that many variables affect the performance of a mobile application. Moreover, a user may have a very bad experience with your app and the cause might not even have anything to do with the code or its implementation.

But, by running performance tests for each of these three factors, you’ll be able to identify problems and optimize your app for the best user experience possible.

Keep reading as we’ll cover the different types of tests for each factor, what to measure, and what tools are available to help you along the way.

1st Mobile Performance Factor: The Backend

A mobile app’s backend architecture is generally based on an application server, a web server, and a database.

**When it comes to the backend, the things related to performance that are important to know when an app is under load are the server’s response times, database queries times, and the server’s resource usage. **

Using this information, it’s easier to detect issues such as:

  • High server response times
  • Bottlenecks or breakpoints in the database and application server resources
  • Poor implementation of escalation policies

So what kind of tests are normally run to check the app’s backend performance? Load tests.

This is when you simulate load on the backend in different ways, whether it be through stress testing, peak testing, endurance testing, load testing, etc.

In general, the objective of these tests is to understand how the backend systems of an app behave and handle a certain volume of concurrent users.

Several tools allow you to load test your mobile app. The most commonly used ones include:

Apache JMeter – the number one open-source load testing tool

Gatling– a developer-friendly, open-source load testing tool with scripts written in Scala

BlazeMeter – a cloud performance testing platform that scales your JMeter or Gatling tests for a greater amount of concurrent users

2nd Mobile Performance Factor: The Network

With regards to the network that the device is connected to, there are two key things to measure: latency and bandwidth.

  • Latency is the time that elapses when information is sent on the network (measured in milliseconds).
  • Bandwidth is the maximum capacity (the amount of data) that can be transmitted through the network (measured in bits per second).

For mobile performance, the lower the latency and the higher the bandwidth, the better.

An app’s performance can vary depending on, for example, whether it’s connected to a 3G network or a 4G network, and unfortunately, this is beyond an app developer or tester’s control.

But, it is possible to incorporate the network during the mobile app performance testing process, simulating the different types of networks and measuring their impact on the response times, both on the server-side and the client-side.

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