In 2 Months I've Made $27,271 From HTML5 Games

  • I make HTML5 games for a living. During the past 2 months I've generated an online income of $27,271. I wanted to share my online income reports to inspire others who want to make games commercially.

    While I use GameMaker Studio, Scirra is heavily vested in HTML5 and I know of others who are making commercial HTML5 games using Construct.

    You can read my online income report for November 2013 here ?

    You can read my online income report for December 2013 here ?

    Seeing numbers like this, it is clear that this is a legitimate market with real supply and demand. I hope this post inspires you to seriously look at commercial HTML5 game development.

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  • Congratulations, and the best of luck on your advertizement, ... er I mean adventure.

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  • Grats. Love the book. Has a lot of insightful comments :) keep up the good work :) I'm inspired. I'm trying to shift from wage slave to the point of making enough to get by. Then up from there :)

  • Congratulations, and the best of luck on your advertizement, ... er I mean adventure.

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  • Grats. Love the book. Has a lot of insightful comments :) keep up the good work :) I'm inspired. I'm trying to shift from wage slave to the point of making enough to get by. Then up from there :)

    Thank you! I'm glad my post inspired you; that's exactly what I aim for with these posts.

    Feel free to email me at any time for advice or help: moc.kooltuophz@nedwobwehttam

  • Thanks. I appreciate it. Though I find a difficult part is coming up with quick fun template games. Saying that I love the little rogue like dungeon one. I found that addicting.

  • Heh, saw the topic title and thought 'this is either spam or True Valhalla has done it again'. Glad it's the latter, great work mate!

  • > Grats. Love the book. Has a lot of insightful comments :) keep up the good work :) I'm inspired. I'm trying to shift from wage slave to the point of making enough to get by. Then up from there :)

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    Thank you! I'm glad my post inspired you; that's exactly what I aim for with these posts.

    Feel free to email me at any time for advice or help: moc.kooltuohsi@nedwobwehttam

    If anyone believes this, I got a bridge to sell you in New York.

  • Cybrknight does it really matter that much?

    It's awesome to see someone making a living with HTML5 no matter what tool they use (and the continued investment into the technology we will see from others noticing their success).

    Almost every discussion we have in life is to persuade or advertise something, even if it's just to make them appreciate your opinion or creations you're performing a transaction.

  • I don't know if this post is welcome after the cold reception above, but I've just shared my December online income report:

    http://www.truevalhalla.com/blog/online-income-report-020-december-2013/

    During December I earned a total of $14,704 solely online, up $2,137 from November.

    In the past 2 months alone, I�ve made a total of $27,271 online, mostly from HTML5 games.

    Thanks for the comments, and for reading.

  • I just wonder who would pay 10K to publish the games you got on your portfolio page.

  • I just wonder who would pay 10K to publish the games you got on your portfolio page.

    Major companies and web portals. One company, Spil Games, is investing $5,000,000 in HTML5 games in 2014. There's a lot of money going around, and since there aren't a lot of highly polished HTML5 games, even the simple ones fetch high prices.

  • Major companies and web portals. One company, Spil Games, is investing $5,000,000 in HTML5 games in 2014. There's a lot of money going around, and since there aren't a lot of highly polished HTML5 games, even the simple ones fetch high prices.

    My dream is to do what you've accomplished. The last few weeks I've been reading your blog, your book, and checking out your games. It's good to hear that it's still possible to claim a piece of the pie! My goal for the next few months is practice, practice, and more practice on creating fun, simple games with high polish. I'm sure you have plenty of fans already, but you can count me as a +1.

  • That's sweet, do you use a program like construct 2 (drag and drop) or actual coding with your games? And do you code your websites or do you use a program with drag and drop. I want to learn html and coding things. I already have learned a lot with RobotC in school and I know a bit of C++, and I think this kind of a job would be amazing!

  • MathandScience he uses a tool like Construct 2 called Game Maker Studio. I think it does have scripting possibilities, but technically so does C2 with its Javascript plugins and behaviors (so they are very close in terms of development style).

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