Nextpeer, a mobile game platform that allows developers to add a multiplayer mode, seems to have found a niche, writes Kim-Mai Cutler. One of the network's applications, A Bike Race of Ninja Temple, has been climbing up the U.S. free-download charts and is bringing 60,000 to 70,000 new players a day to the network, which has about 100 other games. In addition, Ninja Temple developer Muoyo Okome says he's taking in $2,000 to $3,000 a day from in-app purchases and ads.
Success of ninja-themed app gives Nextpeer boost in traffic
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