Free-to-Play: Making Money From Games You Give Away (English Edition) por Will Luton

Titulo del libro: Free-to-Play: Making Money From Games You Give Away (English Edition)

Autor: Will Luton

Número de páginas: 210 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: May 27, 2013

Editor: New Riders

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Free-to-Play: Making Money From Games You Give Away (English Edition) por Will Luton

Will Luton con Free-to-Play: Making Money From Games You Give Away (English Edition)

“ Will’s knowledge of F2P comes from years of building games,  as well as writing about and consulting with developers on the  model. All the topics covered in this book—economics, gameplay, monetization,  analytics and marketing—are important to consider when you’re building  an F2P game, and Will covers each with an easy-to-digest style.” —Ian Marsh, co-founder, NimbleBit


Free-to-Play: Making Money From Games You Give Away is an accessible and complete guide to the business model that has revolutionized the videogames industry, creating huge hits, multi-billion-dollar startups and a new deal for players: Play for free, spend on what you like.


Written by respected game designer and consultant Will Luton, Free-to-Play gives you the in-the-trenches insight you need to build, run and make money from games you give away. In it you’ll find:

  • Psychology behind player decisions and the motivations to play
  • Simple and accessible explanations of the math and economic theories behind F2P, including working examples
  • Processes for capturing and using player data to improve your game
  • Marketing tips on positioning your game and attracting players
  • Plus: A downloadable F2P spreadsheet, articles from the author, a foreword by NimbleBit co-founder Ian Marsh and an interview with Zynga CEO, Mark Pincus.