Clutter is good!!

Clutter is good!!

Who said clutter is bad? Check out this case study! (click and rotate on a mobile screen) If there is one thing we do well at Games2win India Pvt Ltd it is to challenge the status quo and defy convention! For our game casual mobile game "International Fashion Stylist"...

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Explode your organic downloads

Explode your organic downloads

Nothing can describe the success better of the concept of Game Translation, than the experience we had with our Game “Decisions” and the new translations we did for our stories for the Russian Market. Games2win India Pvt Ltd is exploding in growth and needs you! Check out our open positions on our Careers page.

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Games2win scores 200 million downloads!

Games2win scores 200 million downloads!

Games2win announces 200 million downloads, strong EBIDTA guidance and plans to IPO! Mumbai : Games2win's founder and CEO Alok Kejriwal shared a significant update about the Company via his social media posts recently. Alok said, "What a feeling! When Dinesh...

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5 Million People Dressing Up and Counting!

5 Million People Dressing Up and Counting!

Our casual, dress-up mobile game “International Fashion Stylist” crossed 5 million downloads. This case-study contains some lessons we learned along the way while building and deploying this popular dress-up game!

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Beware of Virus Ad Pop-Up’s that Scam you on iPhone

Beware of Virus Ad Pop-Up’s that Scam you on iPhone

We’ve been noticing that many users have been facing some issues regarding “Virus Ads” that pop-up suddenly in popular apps and games (including Games2win games) on the iTunes App Store. Here are some actions you can take to stay away from this issue.

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Why do we like so much friction in our lives?

Why do we like so much friction in our lives?

My first major lesson with friction in life happened at the age of fourteen. During the summer holidays of 1983, while I was in the 9th grade, my Nana (Mom’s dad) told me to go to Mumbai railway station and book tickets for a family trip to Nagpur. (Trivia – Nagpur is...

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Google Play solves for PPP (Purchasing power parity) in Apps!

On the 31st of July 2015, Google Play reduced the minimum purchase price of in-app items in India and finally ‘de-linked’ in-apps prices that were pegged to the $US. That move totally made sense.

Especially in a land like India where billions of people are used to ‘nano consumption’ while paying micro nano prices!

This shampoo ‘sachet’ costs Rs. 1 or
2 cents in the USA.  In India, 75% of ALL Shampoo Sales are via   this SKU!

 
 

Errr… what is PPP?

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