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Shooting World - Gun Fire<p>A Dark Room is what you'd called a successful premium game on the App Store. It went on to be number one in some countries and its co-creator has already shared a massive number of data on sales numbers for a year straight starting in 2013.</p><p>Yesterday, Amir Rajan detailed in a more straightforward manner the numbers and published a number of dos and don'ts on mobile gaming.</p><p>First of all, A Dark Room went on to be critically and commercially successful with 2.26 million downloads in under two years. It stayed at the top premium app spot for 18 days straight in the US.</p><p>Without Apple's cut that means that it made $697,270 or $191,810 net for Amir in two years.</p><p>Its prequel, The Ensign, has been downloaded 132,780 times in a little more than a year and made $29,765 for Amir.</p><p>Finally, Amir's latest and experimental game A Noble Circle was downloaded 23,118 times in seven months and netted $3,064 for Amir.</p><p>So, what's the take away of all this?</p><p>According to Amir, and something which I've read about before but I've never seen detailed like this, you have to lobby Apple to get a feature. Sending pitches after pitches until you finally nail a spot in the App Store's frontpage.</p><p>Amir also reminds developers how content updates are critical to gain Apple's approval and advises to do an update at least every six weeks.
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<p>Reviews of Apple's new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been popping up across the internet over the past 24 hours.</p><p>It's a lot of information to take in. To help you absorb all of those critical words about Apple's latest hardware, we thought to do a quick roundup for you.</p><p>And if you want a super tl;dr version: the hardware upgrades (display, camera, battery life) of the iPhone 6 are excellent but not anything that exciting. It's iOS 8 that really propels the iPhone 6 to greatness, and those features will be coming to other iPhones soon, anyway.</p><p>The Verge said that the iPhone 6 is probably the best smartphone on the market right now.</p><p>iOS 8 makes everything feel simple and accessible. But, while the hardware is an improvement, it's nothing revolutionary or that exciting.</p><p>Closing note: "it’s still an iPhone. The same thing Apple’s been making for seven years."</p><p>CNET squares the iPhone 6 against its bigger sibling, the iPhone 6 Plus.</p><p>Predictably, the iPhone 6 feels better to hand. However, the 6 Plus has extra battery life and optical image stablization. The problem is that the huge 6 Plus is more like a tablet than a smartphone.</p><p>Closing note: "[The iPhone 6 isn't] the absolute top of the line. Maybe that bugs you. If it does, get the 6 Plus."</p><p>TechCrunch calls the iPhone 6 the "best smartphone available."</p><p>The best mobile camera, improved battery life, an attractive design, and Apple's "pleasant to use" display wins here.</p><p>Closing note: "it’s all about delivering the best computer you can keep in your pocket, and that’s exactly what the iPhone 6 is."</p><p>TechRadar calls the iPhone 6 iconic but isn't impressed by its price.</p><p>A few little issues that you have to live with are: a protruding rear camera, slight looseness to a couple of the buttons, and the headphone port is still at the bottom of the phone.</p><p>Closing note: "the iPhone 6 is another iconic handset in terms of design for Apple. It's not the best looking on the market [...] but it's definitely right up there, and for the price I'd expect nothing less."</p><p>The New York Times doesn't think the iPhone 6 is as vital as is the software it runs on, iOS 8.</p><p>Apple doesn't take enough of an advantage of the big screen as it could have, such as having two resizable windows open simultaneously. The hardware upgrades it has are stellar, though.</p><p>Closing note: "The slim new iPhones aren't a big-screen slam-dunk, but they work well, as we have come to expect from Apple."</p><p>So, there you have it. There are, of course, many more reviews of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus out there if you want them.</p><p>What do you think - are you going to get one?</p>And down I laid to list the sad-tuned tale,
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