NEW YORK (CNN) –
At the offices of Turbo Studios in lower Manhattan, developers are creating colorful new characters and pulse-quickening new features, for their flagship game, Super Senso.
“This is the beginning of a massive shift in the gaming space and specifically in mobile. This is a real kind of indication that mobile is coming into its own,” said Yohei Ishii, CEO, Turbo Studios.
Experts say mobile gaming will end the year with 35 billion dollars’ worth of revenues, a 20% increase from 2015. And more people now play games on mobile than on PC’s and consoles.
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