According to a survey done by CRI, a Japanese middleware developer says an ass-kicking 80% of Japanese game developers are growing digitally creative wood (no I don’t mean of the x-rated persuasion) for Apple devices.
In other words they are currently interested in producing a plethora of games for the iPhone and iPod touch. 18% of the survey’s participants had already developed and released numerous titles for the platform whilst another 16% are currently in developing phases.
A further 38% had shown interest but have not engaged in any creative foreplay. The main drawback for the platform is that developers are constrained to using Mac systems. On the upside though – the lucrative nature as a result of the market size and the iTunes Store which allows developers to release titles simultaneously across the world and make access for players as easy as possible .
Last Updated: May 20, 2009