Gaming is big business. Each year, billions of dollars change hands between developers, publishers and end users who consume interactive content on consoles, PCs, tablets and smartphones. Of all these platform types, mobile is seen as the area where the most growth will happen. As the world gets deeper into its love affair with iPhones, Androids and Windows Mobile devices, the demand for games on these platforms also surges.
Gamers are always looking for the next great game to play. Those who are true gamers will tire of one game in a short period of time because they’ll finish it quickly. Offering multiple games on one site is a great way to attract an audience and keep its attention. Of course to do this, your web design needs to be set up right. It’s essential to present the games properly, have the right software for easier game play, and offer the chance to set up a membership with your site. This allows you to attract gamers in the first place, and keep them coming back for more.
The days of pong and tic-tac-toe on the digital screen are far behind us, and with it we have recently entered a new age to where even video games are being displayed in major art museums. But how have our video games evolved over the course of the last fifty years to become the beautiful artistic renderings we now see? To figure that out we need to look at a couple different styles that are used through video games.