We don’t generally post statistics here or some of those cool graphs and charts like everywhere else but this one is an exception to the rule. Flurry has released a comparison chart of mobile gaming from 2009, 2010 and estimating 2011 results and who are the dominate forces in that sector.
Interesting statistics coming our way from Flurry which shows that between Android and iOS, the market share for the Nintendo DS and the Playstation portable are decreasing while the mobile phone gaming market share is increasing… greatly. In fact Nintendo’s DS lost a fairly large chunk of their market share when it comes to portable gaming.
The world of statistics and analytics always seems to provide us with food for thought and yet again it is about what we mobile gamers are worth but not so much as an exact monetary value but instead, to advertisers, we are now considered the mass-market. This is a position that, up until now, was held by the hardcore console gamer.