Denki Defends Android Return Policy

March 1st, 2009 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: AndroidOS | 1 Comment »

Last week, Google's return policy was in the news because of the ease for consumers to return purchased mobile games within 24 hours. Now, Denki Games is defending this issue.

Denki's MD opens up on the subject on Casualgaming.biz. He argues that this return policy finally forces developers to be accountable for the quality they produce. In other words, if the quality isn't right, the developer will not be earning any real money with it's mobile games.

With that in mind, it's easy to compare Google's strategy with ad funded mobile games. Developers who purely aim at revenues from ad funded games are also forced to create addictive games in order to keep their revenue stream in tact.

    One Response to “Denki Defends Android Return Policy”

    1. ko says:

      He’s bloody right.

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