300.codes

We create digital products to power your business

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About 300.codes
We create digital products to power your business.  300.codes is a software house specializing in custom software development, web & app development, product design, and digital transformation.
$25 - $49/hr
10 - 49
2018
Poland
300.codes
We create digital products to power your business
0.00/5 (0 Reviews)
Services
  • Custom Sotware Development
  • Web & Mobile Development
  • Product Design
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According to App Annie, the mobile game industry is expected to generate $100 billion in revenue in 2020, up from $86 billion in 2019. Over the decade, gaming apps have evolved in terms of graphics, sound, and speed. Previously, mobile game development had a fixed plot. By that, I mean, if the gaming app was about racing, that’s all you could do on the app. However, technology today has enabled game developers to use various frameworks in order to customize characters, make squads, communicate, and so much more. Make sure that you develop a game that is hugely gripping for the user. However, the prerequisites to building a high flying gaming app begin with identifying your target audience. Consider executing market research in order to gauge your audience. Factors to consider when selecting your target audience: Area Age Gender With your target audience in mind, make a call. What kind of gaming audience do you have, and what do you want to develop for your audience? Game engines are mostly the softwares that run the game. Game engines are responsible for facilitating functionalities like graphic rendering, sound, animation, artificial intelligence, etc. Which are the most popular game engines? Let’s explore! Unity Unity is a top-rated tool developed by Unity Technologies. Using Unity enables you to create gaming apps using 2D and 3D app development features. It allows you to import files from various 3D applications such as Maya. Unity allows you to purchase a wide range of assets from their store. Has tutorials to refer to when building your gaming app. Unity facilitates support for Android as well as iOS. Unreal Engine Unreal Engine is apt for developers who are still learning. The Unreal Engine allows you to build a game even if you are not familiar with programming and languages. Endorses a user-friendly interface It allows you to test your game within the platform. Facilitates a wide range of 3D graphics to help you make your game look more visually appealing Unreal Engine supports Android and iOS applications. Corona SDK Corona SDK is a 2D game engine that primarily makes use of Lua scripting language because of which coding becomes simple. Corona SDK has a massive community for support as and when required. Corona SDK supports iOS as well as Android. The platforms marketplace makes several plugins available for you to incorporate into your gaming app.
According to App Annie, the mobile game industry is expected to generate $100 billion in revenue in 2020, up from $86 billion in 2019. Over the decade, gaming apps have evolved in terms of graphics, sound, and speed. Previously, mobile game development had a fixed plot. By that, I mean, if the gaming app was about racing, that’s all you could do on the app. However, technology today has enabled game developers to use various frameworks in order to customize characters, make squads, communicate, and so much more. Make sure that you develop a game that is hugely gripping for the user. However, the prerequisites to building a high flying gaming app begin with identifying your target audience. Consider executing market research in order to gauge your audience. Factors to consider when selecting your target audience: Area Age Gender With your target audience in mind, make a call. What kind of gaming audience do you have, and what do you want to develop for your audience? Game engines are mostly the softwares that run the game. Game engines are responsible for facilitating functionalities like graphic rendering, sound, animation, artificial intelligence, etc. Which are the most popular game engines? Let’s explore! Unity Unity is a top-rated tool developed by Unity Technologies. Using Unity enables you to create gaming apps using 2D and 3D app development features. It allows you to import files from various 3D applications such as Maya. Unity allows you to purchase a wide range of assets from their store. Has tutorials to refer to when building your gaming app. Unity facilitates support for Android as well as iOS. Unreal Engine Unreal Engine is apt for developers who are still learning. The Unreal Engine allows you to build a game even if you are not familiar with programming and languages. Endorses a user-friendly interface It allows you to test your game within the platform. Facilitates a wide range of 3D graphics to help you make your game look more visually appealing Unreal Engine supports Android and iOS applications. Corona SDK Corona SDK is a 2D game engine that primarily makes use of Lua scripting language because of which coding becomes simple. Corona SDK has a massive community for support as and when required. Corona SDK supports iOS as well as Android. The platforms marketplace makes several plugins available for you to incorporate into your gaming app.

According to App Annie, the mobile game industry is expected to generate $100 billion in revenue in 2020, up from $86 billion in 2019.

Over the decade, gaming apps have evolved in terms of graphics, sound, and speed. Previously, mobile game development had a fixed plot. By that, I mean, if the gaming app was about racing, that’s all you could do on the app.

However, technology today has enabled game developers to use various frameworks in order to customize characters, make squads, communicate, and so much more.

Make sure that you develop a game that is hugely gripping for the user. However, the prerequisites to building a high flying gaming app begin with identifying your target audience.

Consider executing market research in order to gauge your audience. Factors to consider when selecting your target audience:

  • Area
  • Age
  • Gender

With your target audience in mind, make a call. What kind of gaming audience do you have, and what do you want to develop for your audience?

Game engines are mostly the softwares that run the game. Game engines are responsible for facilitating functionalities like graphic rendering, sound, animation, artificial intelligence, etc.

Which are the most popular game engines? Let’s explore!

Unity

Unity is a top-rated tool developed by Unity Technologies. Using Unity enables you to create gaming apps using 2D and 3D app development features.

  • It allows you to import files from various 3D applications such as Maya.
  • Unity allows you to purchase a wide range of assets from their store.
  • Has tutorials to refer to when building your gaming app.
  • Unity facilitates support for Android as well as iOS.

Unreal Engine

Unreal Engine is apt for developers who are still learning. The Unreal Engine allows you to build a game even if you are not familiar with programming and languages.

  • Endorses a user-friendly interface
  • It allows you to test your game within the platform.
  • Facilitates a wide range of 3D graphics to help you make your game look more visually appealing
  • Unreal Engine supports Android and iOS applications.

Corona SDK

Corona SDK is a 2D game engine that primarily makes use of Lua scripting language because of which coding becomes simple.

  • Corona SDK has a massive community for support as and when required.
  • Corona SDK supports iOS as well as Android.
  • The platforms marketplace makes several plugins available for you to incorporate into your gaming app.
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300.codes
Gwiaździsta, Warszawa, Mazowieckie 01-651
Poland
+48 22 378 28 38
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