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Capermint Technologies is a leading mobile game development company. We provide the best mobile game development services to develop highly engaging games with feature-rich graphics.

From casual games to Hyper-casual games to real money games, we are expert mobile game developers. Hire our skilled developers who have the desired technical gaming skills to turn your idea into an high-quality Android & iOS game.

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Mobile Game Development Services

We provide end-to-end mobile game development services that fulfil all mobile gaming requirements.

As a full-fledged mobile game development studio, we assist with android games, iOS games, 2D-3D arts & animations, NFT, AI, blockchain, AR/VR and more game-related services.

Our game developers, designers, art directors, animators, and game testers, are proficient in producing next-level mobile games across various genres. We use industry-leading game engines like Unreal, Unity, Cocos2D, Buildbox, and many other tools to build the best mobile games.

Our Creative Work

We have created many immersive and interactive games across various genres like adventure, action, board, arcing, shooting, real money games, etc. Our primary focus is to develop stunning mobile games yet be user-friendly simultaneously. Here are some of our recent and favorite games to showcase our work.

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We Craft Creative Mobile Games

At Capermint, our team of skilled mobile game developers loves taking the conceptive game from a dream to a reality. Our mobile game development expertise lies in end-to-end tailor-made solutions powered by robust code, high-quality graphics, and top-shelf user interfaces. Whether you are looking for an iPhone game, an iPad game, or an Android game, you can rely on our gaming expertise.

How much does mobile game development costs?

Mobile game development costs start from $5,000 – $10,000 for a single platform (Android or iOS) with basic functionality. If you wish to develop a mobile game with all the advanced features and functionalities, with support to multiple platforms, it may cost higher up to $2M.

Our Mobile Game Development Process

We provide exceptional gamification strategies to turn your idea into reality games. From requirement gathering to launching your game to support and maintenance, we follow the extensive development pipeline to launch your game on a bigger scale.

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Why choose Capermint for mobile game development services?

Capermint Technologies is a one-stop solution for all your mobile game development needs. Being an industry leader, we have developed numerous fun-filled, addictive, and challenging mobile games. Many of our games have topped the charts of app stores too. Any company is judged by the features that it provides, and therefore, here are the traits that make us a top mobile game development company.
Multi-Engagement Model
Seamless gaming experience
Expert 2D and 3D Designers
Supports Cross-Platform Compatibility
Attractive Interface and User Experience
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Mobile Game Development FAQ's

Here is a list of some frequently asked questions related to mobile game development.

Mobile game development is a process that takes a game idea and builds it for a mobile platform. The process involves various stages like idea generation, requirement analysis, designing, production, testing, launch, and many other stages. Many factors like the advanced features of the game, engaging storyline, and attractive graphics contribute to the success of the game. With regular updates and new features, the game can provide an exciting and engaging experience to the users.

Mobile Game Development Process

1. Idea Generation

The idea is the foundation of the whole game. Idea generation is a creative step. The better the idea, the better the chances of your game being a hit. The game idea can also be simple like “flip the bottle”, but then you have to think of an amazing execution strategy that can turn your simple idea into an interesting and enjoyable game.

2. Story Build-Up

Now that you have an idea, in this step, you have to create a story around your idea. For example - you have the idea of “flip the bottle”, now you have to decide to story around it, the levels, the backgrounds, etc. You have to think about why people will keep on flipping the bottle in your game, and you have to provide them with an engaging scenario to make your game interesting.

3. Requirement Analysis

After having a clear idea of what you want, now you have to figure out how to create this game. Which graphics to use, which technologies to use, how many levels, which platforms to target, etc. This is a very important step as after this the development steps will begin. The technologies that you choose can make or break your game, so take all the decisions after thorough research.

4. Game Design Document

A game Design Document as the name suggests is a document that contains details about all the elements of the game. Getting the design requirements in a document makes sure that the whole team is in sync with the requirements. It is a live document; therefore, feedback can be given. It is changed as and when there are any changes in the game.

5. Design Game Structure

Attraction is the key to sales. Users will play your game if it has incredible and unique graphics and scenes. Designing the game structure includes various elements like the characters, the environment, the texture, all the objects, Etc. This is the step that defines how your game will look.

6. Create Game Wireframe

The wireframe is the outline of your app. It provides a clear view of how your app will function, look and feel. In layman’s terms, it can be stated as a prototype. The wireframe will be a visual guide on how the game will work and how the transaction will happen from one part of the game to another. As it is just a prototype, there will not be a full graphical experience, but it will be enough to decide if the game is feeling good or not.

7. Production

Once the prototype is passed, the actual game development starts, that is, the app will be created. It is a critical process. Therefore, even the smallest things or tasks should be done carefully. The game will be developed for all the platforms that you want to target, and all the functionalities and features will be added to the game.

8. Testing

This step ensures that the game offers the best gameplay experience, is free of all the bugs, and does not lags. Various tests will be conducted to ensure that the game runs perfectly. Apart from in-house testing, you can also try launching the Beta version of the game. This way the users can try their hands on the game and report all the bugs and suggestions.

9. Monetization Strategy Selection

The main incentive for developing the game is to turn the game into a money-making asset. Even if the game is for marketing reasons, it can still work as an earning digital asset. In this step, you have to select the monetization strategy that best suits your game and your strategy. The monetization strategies are - “in-app purchases”, “advertisements”, “subscriptions”, “premium version”, “paid game”, “real money game”, etc.

10. Game launch

The development is completed, the testing approves the game, and the monetization strategy is in place, now the only step remaining is to launch the game and let your targeted audience enjoy the masterpiece that you created. Follow the app store procedures and make your game available on the leading app stores.

11. Support & Maintenance

The game development process does not end after the game is launched. The process just enters the next step, i.e. Support, maintenance, and updates. Support makes sure that the users get all the help from your side, maintenance ensures that the game works at 100% efficiency, and the updates keep the game interesting by adding new features and levels to the game.

No, It is not. The new-gen game engine like Unity 3D provides better outcomes and gaming experience to the users. Although 2D gaming is not outdated. Based on the game idea requirement, we suggest if the game should be developed using a 2D Game Development way or 3D Game Development.

If you're planning to own a game, it is always preferable to hire the Best Mobile Game Development Company like us to get your work done in time with quality.

Game Design represents how the game will look; it is the most appealing & alluring part of the game. The more realistic & user-friendly game design will get more engagement and user attention.


Whereas, Game development is the back process that includes structured coding and logic to make smooth gameplay. Game Development also involves programming, debugging, and code optimization.

Yes, we do have in-house 2D/3D Game artists for such kind of work; we design the UI in such a way where gamers can feel the game concepts and get attracted by the animations of games.

Yes, we do offer native mobile game development. We have dedicated team of android & iOS game developers who are working on android and iOS game development.

As video games become more popular among all ages, they are conquering the entertainment industry. As technology advances, people have started mobile phones for all their work and leisure activities - including gaming. A number of mobile games dominate the gaming markets and app stores. As a result, the mobile gaming industry continues to grow and evolve. 


How do developers create mobile games? What tools do they use? Having top-notch mobile game development tools and an experienced team is one of the advantages Capermint Technologies offers. Here are some of the top tools for developing mobile games:-

1. Unity


With 45% of the Global Game Engine market share, Unity 3D engine is used by 47% of Game developers as the primary development tool.  It is an all-in-one platform for mobile games, famous for its quirky features, supportive pricing, and robust capabilities.


  • 2D & 3D design tools combined with excellent gameplay sequences & cinematic experiences make it the choice of developers, artists, and designers alike.
  • Unity game engine provides support to almost 27 platforms.
  • The game developed can be easily shared between PC, web, and mobile platforms.
  • High-quality audio and visual effects ease the game development and help in delivering a quality gaming experience.
2. Unreal Engine


Thanks to its user-friendly features, the Unreal engine is an easy and efficient game development engine. Unreal Engine can also be used to design stunning 3D graphics, and thus the developer can use it to deliver games that will hook the gamers.


  • Unreal Engine is free and open-source software.
  • Developers can make use of pre-made assets to achieve photo-realistic rendering images for the game.
  • The engine is a cross-platform game engine.
  • Unreal has more tools and functionalities for a wide variety of situations.


3. CryEngine


CryEngine has received recognition because of its fantastic graphics output. If you want to develop a game with superior visuals, then CryEngine is the ideal game engine for you. 


  • Can develop a great game environment by using CryEngine’s artist-level programming.
  • It is also blessed with the most powerful audio tool, Fmod.
  • Offers the finest coding
  • It handles open-world, vegetation-rich environments well.

4. Cocos2d-x


Cocos2D-x is a package of 2D game development tools, owned by Facebook. It is a script development, entity-component, and data-driven development tool that is focused on creating content. Developers can develop high-performance games using its powerful suite.


  • The most significant benefit is that you don’t have to pay any royalties as Cocos2D-x is an open-source engine.
  • It can develop cross-platform games.
  • Third-party libraries can be integrated with Cocos2D-x to enhance the functionality of games.
  • The best feature is that you can create games as small as 1.5 MB using this engine.

5. BuildBox


BuildBox can be used to develop games very easily and in a short time. There is no need to do coding for developing your gaming app. Changes in the game can be made, and the effect can be checked in real-time using the BuildBox engine. 


  • BuildBox offers over 20,000 game assets, sound effects, and animations.
  • The latest version of BuildBox can be used to develop 3D games without any coding.
  • Drag and drop functionality makes the development process easy.
  • Using BuildBox, you can implement ads with just a few clicks.
6. PlayCanvas


PlayCanvas is an open-source game engine that runs games using HTML5 and WebGL. The fast loading speed is achieved through features like minification, concatenation, and deferred loading of non-essential assets. 


  • All mobile devices are supported with enhanced mobile browser support. 
  • The editor allows you to chat directly with your teammates.
  • Your development will be accelerated with PlayCanvas.
  • It supports modern browsers, handles control inputs, and manipulates graphics.

7. HTML5


HTML5 (Hyper Text Markup Language) is a language that is used for developing and sharing content on the World Wide Web. HTML5 is now widely used to develop games as these games can be easily played on various devices using the web browser.


  • It is easy to create cross-platform games using HTML5.
  • HTML5 is great to develop casual games.
  • HTML5 is based on JavaScript and it is relatively easy to learn and use.
  • The TypeScript and CoffeeScript cross-JavaScript compilers are available to developers.


In addition to the tools discussed above, Capermint Technologies is proficient with many more tools for mobile game development.

The Different Types of Mobile Games with examples are

1. Mini Game


Mini-games are those games that do not require any special skill and provide minimal visuals. The users can learn and start playing such games quickly. 


Mini Game Examples: Flappy Bird, Pac-Man, etc.

2. Simple 2D Game


These games offer simple 2D graphics but can pack a great deal when it comes to gameplay, storyline, and sound effects. These games have limited gameplay and can offer amazing and great user engagement. 


Game Examples: Flappy Slendrina, Red Ball, etc.

3. Social Game


Using SDKs provided by social media platforms called Social games, the games are developed. Games like Farmville, and other games that can be played on Facebook and other social media apps fall under this category. Such games can only be played within the app.


Game Examples: Farm Ville, Facebook Games, etc.

4. Mid-Level Game


Mid-Level games are games that offer multiple levels, various characters, storylines, and an amazing gameplay experience. These games are equipped with advanced features and are generally multi-platform games. 


Game Examples: Simcity, Gardenscapes, Angrybirds, Candy Crush, etc.

5. 3D Game


These games offer the best-in-class 3D graphics and a realistic gaming experience. They are packed with an engaging storyline, amazing graphics, epic sounds, and a gaming experience that leaves the users hooked. 


Game Examples: Join Clash 3D, Free 3D Shooting, etc.

6. High-End Game


These games are advanced-level mobile games and are pretty big. They offer elaborate gameplay and offer the best mobile gaming experience. 


Game Examples: Clash of Clans, Last Day on Earth: Survival, Clash Royale, etc.

7. AAA Game


These are the best games that can be developed for a mobile device. AAA Games are the costliest games and offer a Console or PC-like gaming experience on mobile devices. 


Game Examples: PUBG, GTA, Red Dead Redemption 2, FIFA 2021, Call of Duty, etc.

8. Real Money Game


In such games, the users can bet an amount before playing the game, and if they win, they will get double the amount or sometimes even more. Such games are skill-based and gambling games. 


Game Examples: Bet365, Ludo Empire, MPL, etc.

Android vs iOS for game development is a heated topic and choosing one can be an intuitive task. Both platforms have certain pros and cons, and one should choose a platform after checking which platform’s pros are favorable for the game that they wish to develop.

Therefore, this question can only be answered after knowing which type of game you want to develop, which features you want, if you wish to target the Android audience, the iOS audience, or both, and various other factors.

Here are the pros and cons of both platforms to help you decide:

  • More users and downloads.
  • Fast publishing and fewer restrictions.
  • Effective monetization through advertising.



  • Longer development time.
  • Lower average revenue.
  • More possible bugs.
  • Higher average revenue.
  • Faster development.
  • Fewer possible bugs.
  • Two times fewer users.
  • Long publishing with many restrictions.
  • The need to buy special hardware.


If the budget permits, the best choice is to opt for cross-platform game development, as with cross-platform functionality, your game will get the best exposure, you will be able to target your audience over both platforms, and you can get the benefit of pros of Android & iOS both.

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