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The Rise of Hyper Casual Mobile Games


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Hypercasual mobile games keep on growing in popularity.

We spoke to industry expert David Darling, CEO of UK mobile games studio Kwalee, to explore more about the landscape of mobile games and how their in-house game jams are boosting the creation of successful titles.


 

 

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