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Nielsen: Mobile games live and die on how fast developers can crank out new content

Mobile gamers can be insatiable. And that appetite is the key challenge for developers trying to maintain momentum for a popular app. Nielsen, the intelligence firm that studies consumer media behavior, has released research that looks into long-term success of mobile games. The company has found that popular games — especially those that it describes as “big […]
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