Elbert Perez, who Microsoft has named “the dean of Windows Phone indie game developers” is now seeing a staggering 2 million ad impressions per month. This is an aggregate of all 9 of his games, most of which you’ve probably played already, and all of which we’ve mentioned on this site. They are:

  • Blackboard Gems
  • Fishing Girl
  • Impossible Shoota
  • Nom Nom Worm
  • Quadra
  • Scribble Defense+
  • Steam Castle
  • Traffic Cop
  • Zombidemix+

This is why he’s capable of making a six figure salary off of his games. If you’re wondering if those figures have gone up or down, there’s no answer yet as he needs to get reporting from Microsoft as well. But his games cover almost 300,000 downloads. Very impressive dean. Keep up the good work.


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  2. Say it ain’t so. A lil ole developer can make money from ad supported apps. Oh boy Microsoft. The training of WP7 user to buy all software may not be the best thing for the user but they don’t care. When will this WP7 experiment be over.

  3. @RowdyC:

    I maybe feeding the trolls but…say what?

    How is MS training people to buy the apps? I think I have only purchased 2-3 apps and that’s because I thought they were really good. In fact, most of my apps are free and they fit my needs.

    Let me guess, you haven’t used WP7 yet?

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