Mobile Games

Mobile games have been developed to run on a wide variety of platforms and technologies. Today, the most widely supported platforms are Apple‘s iOS and Google‘s Android. Due to its ease of porting between mobile operating systems and extensive developer community, Unity is one of the most widely used engines used by modern mobile games.

In 2012, the market had already reached $7.8 billion, but in the next five years Mobile gaming revenue reached $50.4 billion in 2017. Many game apps are free to play through a combination of different  monetization models like Premium, Subscription etc. Free games usually generate revenue for the the game developer through in-game ads displayed at various levels from ad networks like Admob, Unity and many more.

The Funsol Group has designed and developed a vast variety of 3D/2D games ranging from educational, FPS (First Person Shooting), War Games, Flight Simulators, Dinosaur Hunting, Prison Escape, Taxi & Bus Ride Simulators, Free Fall Kill to Survive Games etc. By the end of December 2021, Funsol game devlopers uplaoded around 450 games on Google Play Store with a combined volume of 100M+ download