For the past few months, I’ve found myself looking up companies from the mobile gaming space quite frequently. We also ask each new team member to study the competitive landscape and the leading companies of the mobile gaming industry. While this is a good exercise, it can be quite difficult to keep track of all the different vendors and providers that have SDKs for mobile game developers. That’s when we realized that there’s no simple directory that lists all of these companies, and if we’re continuously learning about the market, heck, why not quickly build something and put it up for the rest of the mobile game-dev community to enjoy as well.
Today I’m happy to announce that we’ve launched Gamegear.io: the first ever mobile SDK directory for mobile game developers. And, keeping with our core values, it is a collaborative website that is hosted on Github. This means that anyone can contribute new or updated content to the website. We encourage you all to have a look and help us keep Gamegear.io live and kicking. Check out the repo and feel free to star or fork it.
We’d also appreciate your feedback on what other features you’d like to see added to Gamegear: