In the past year, browser games were criticized because of low quality, inadequate creativity and low-speed marketing. However, we also see the great potential of browser games in 2012. Well, what will the browser game market look like in 2012? Let's look forward to it together!
Every new technology, such as Unity3D 3.5, Flash11 and HTML5 that were announced in 2011 are closely related to the development of browser games. Even the tycoon Google has showed great interest in browser games. In a blog post, Mozilla technical evangelist Rob Hawkes has predicted a future for online gaming that will be based solely on utilizing web standards, and he hopes that 2012 will be a game-changer in transitioning to this technology. As far as many experienced players concerned, the emergence of massive browser-based MMOs will be the biggest surprise in 2012. Although there are really a lot of games available, we will find engines like Unity will be applied to browser games in the future. HTML 5 will further popularized and more and more developers will realize that the easier the game to start, the more players will join.
The concept of Light Game has been accepted by increasing people and more users are attracted in comparison with client-based games. Players who are lack of patience and pursue simpleness will devote themselves from client-based games to browser-games.
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