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Poll: How much is the most you’re willing to pay for a mobile game?

Just a few days ago, the rhythmic-strategy game Orgarhythm THD launched. It’s a direct port of a PS Vita title that costs $30, and on Google Play it was separated into four portions, the first of which was free, and the latter three costing almost $9 each, bringing the total cost to over $25. Mind you, this for a mobile game.

So that brought me to think – how much at most are people willing to pay for a mobile game? I know for a fact that Japanese developers have no second-thoughts in pricing their games on the high-end of the spectrum. Just look at Square Enix, Hyperdevbox and Acquire and you’ll notice it.

Anyway, I’d like to pose this question your way now. Assuming a game has got generally favorable reviews, is of a genre you like and is from a renowned developer, how much at most are you willing to spend? $6.99 is a popular price-point for many premium console-quality games, $2.99 usually gets you a decent mid-core game whilst lots of casual games come in at $0.99. Of course, there are truckloads of free games as well amongst all that.

Cast a vote in the poll below and expand on your thoughts in the comments section.

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Our previous poll was on your favorite game from the Humble Bundle for Android 4. And the results show Superbrothers: Swords and Sorcery with almost twice as many votes as its closest competitor Waking Mars. Hardly surprising since it’s a game many have been longing to come to Android for a while now.

Poll: What is your favorite game from the Humble Bundle for Android 4? — Total votes: 91

1) Superbrothers: Swords and Sworcery – 38.5%
2) Waking Mars – 20.9%
3) Splice – 15.4%
4) Eufloria – 12.1%
5) Crayon Physics – 7.7%

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