Games are no longer just fun, but have become highly profitable business for both companies and programmers. The market is heating up and so it is very easy to find companies that are increasingly investing in this type of development, especially when it comes to mobile games.

Angry Birds, Farm Ville, Candy Crush – these are just some of the success stories of this vast world of mobile games development. Millions of dollars are billed monthly and a multitude of users spend more and more on those platforms, just for the simple pleasure of playing.

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You should probably be wondering how to start developing on this market niche. The answer is very simple!

The game development for mobile market has gained a vast number of fans, many of them willing to teach, so colleges have increasingly invested in courses focused on that. Development courses for game development has attracted a generation that is beginning to think of it as a source of income.

The Cocos2D platform, for example, offers a number of resources that can help those who want to start this great business. There is currently a lot of literature available to those who already have a good knowledge on programming. As a matter of fact, it is important to note that it is essential to be knowledgeable in programming logic, as well as prior development experience.

Besides all the technical basis to develop, another important role in the creation of a game is the screenwriter. It creates the game’s plot in order to make it really attractive enough to hold the attention of those who are on the other side of the screen. This makes it possible to identify more than one opportunity in this market.

The development of mobile games, as market and business generation, is already a reality, so investing in knowledge in this area guarantees results in the short, medium and long term. The most varied literatures can be considered the beginning of the journey. So looking for good references on platforms and frameworks is what makes the process viable and profitable.

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