Tag: mobile gaming protection

The 4 most common misconceptions about mobile anti-tamper technology

Mobile game hacking is continually adapting its approach to pirate titles and distribute them both to suspecting and unsuspecting gamers. Just to give you an idea of the size of the problem: our analysis of the Google Play Store’s top 50 games showed that there were hacks available for 86% of them! No wonder then that more and more devs are turning to anti-tamper technology to protect both their game experience and income. Yet there are still some misconceptions circulating in the mobile game dev community, related to how this technology works. In today’s article we’re addressing the 4 most popular of them.

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4 key features of an effective mobile game security solution indicated by devs

A great gaming experience is hard to achieve without adequate gaming protection – this statement is often stressed by developers. Yet, when your next title is live, you may realize just how quickly the game turns into a breeding ground for cheaters and pirates. Indeed, there are many protective solutions in the market – but are all of them equally effective? To get the answer, we have asked 200 mobile game developers from around the world about their top challenges, concerns, solutions and everything in between. Based on their answers, we’ve compiled a list of 4 things you should consider. Read to know more!

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How has mobile gaming security awareness changed in 2022?

Every day, more than 90% of gamers worldwide play video games on their mobile devices. That is almost 2.8 billion players we are talking about! But as a game developer, you know that mitigating security issues in mobile games isn’t a quick fix, right? To clarify just how widespread this knowledge is, we conducted two surveys – one in January, with 70 and another in October, with 200 mobile game developers. Read to know the results!

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Mobile in-game ads: How to prevent players blocking them

True, in-game ads can be annoying. No wonder some people want to get rid of them – especially on mobile devices – which are mostly used on the go. The proliferation of ad blockers, however, is a nightmare for every game developer out there that relies on the income the in-game ads generate. What is the wider context of this problem and what can you do about it? Read on to find out!

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