Inevitably during the development of a mobile game you will reach the point where you think you’re ready for release. If you’re developing for Android, the next step is signing up to release on the Google Play store. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the Google Play developer sign-up process and the release process for Google Play applications, as well as announce that Bloxkrieg is now available for closed testing.
The Google Play developer sign-up process is straightforward and simple. To get started, you’ll need a Google account and a one-time registration fee of $25. Once you’ve paid the fee and passed a simple verification process, you’ll have access to the Google Play Developer Console, where you can manage your app’s listing and distribution.
The Google Play application release process is also relatively straightforward. After you’ve signed up, you’ll need to upload your app’s APK (Android Package Kit) file, provide information about your app, and set up pricing and distribution options. You’ll also need to provide screenshots and other images to showcase your app. Google Play has a review process in place to ensure that apps meet their quality and content policies, so it’s important to make sure your app is in good shape before you submit it for review.
Looking for testers
Bloxkrieg, our exciting new block breaking game, is now available for closed testing. If you’re interested in joining our internal test group, simply fill out the contact form here. I’m eager to hear from you and get your feedback on Bloxkrieg.
In conclusion, the Google Play developer sign-up process is quick and easy, and the release process is straightforward. If you’re an Android app developer, Google Play is the place to be. And now, Bloxkrieg is available for closed testing, so if you’re interested in joining the test group, don’t hesitate to reach out. We look forward to hearing from you!