Android Game Development Company

From the very release of Unity, we were excited about the possibilities for mobile it offered — and when lots of people didn’t really believe the mobile games would fly and bring profits to the studios, we did. In 2022, after hundreds of successful mobile-focused game projects, we’re happy to see the mobile segment of the industry bloom.

Because a lot of our clients start venturing into the world of mobile gaming by publishing their games in the Play Store, we often act as an Android game development studio.

Our Game Development clients

Android Game Development Services

So: we make Android games. Let’s go through a brief overview of the services we’re offering to our clients who want to release games on this mobile platform.
Full-Cycle Android Game Development
UX/UI Android Game Design
Android Game Testing
Android Game Porting
Up-to-Date Geared Tool
Support And Maintenance
Full-Cycle Android Game Development
Full-cycle development means we create Android game from scratch to release. We do all the work: create art for your game, break it down into levels, help conceive a core loop and other mechanics that’ll be engaging for players, build the world up, and more — in other words, iLogos makes sure the release goes smoothly. For the mobile part, our development team prepares your game to pass compliance requirements in the Play Store and builds its UI/controls to be adaptable to different Android screens.
UX/UI Android Game Design
UX/UI for Android game design is both challenging and extremely interesting: it’s a large part of what defines a positive player experience. While our artists work to bring to you the best, most beautiful visual exploration of your world and characters, our UX/UI specialists declutter the screen; make sure controls are clear and easily accessible via different versions of Android OS; design the game’s behavior for possible distractions (low battery notification, a phone call, and more) and make every aspect of its navigation and mobile gameplay readable and accessible.
Android Game Testing
Often, clients come to us with games that have already been developed, so our QA specialists can test them. We do functionality, performance, compatibility (extremely important for Android games), security, and load tests for the system. We play-test the game, going through the player's experience and figuring out if there are obscure/ambiguous elements of UI or gameplay. In the end, we fix the bugs we’ve found and make a report about design flaws that have been revealed (and fix them, too, if the client is up for it.) Within this service, we also often prepare the game for publishing in the Play Store.
Android Game Porting
Our specialists can both port your Android game to a new platform or vice versa (though to-Android porting often goes as a part of a to-mobile porting package because many clients prefer to make their game available on both iOS and Android.) Timing for game porting to and from Android – to iOS, Windows, or console platforms — varies, depending on the tech stack, quality of code, graphics, GPU load, and other characteristics of the original game. But: porting extends your game’s reach and capability to attract new players immensely, so no wonder it’s a popular service.
Up-to-Date Geared Tool
Another one of our services is updating & polishing the game for it to run well on the newest Android systems and devices. We use a variety of new tools for graphics and development (like Unreal Engine 5 and Unity’s newest iteration) to bring up our clients’ games to a new level of visual quality & player experience. We also update clients’ monetization strategy & methods to stay toe-in-toe with competitors in their genre: it’s important that the UI of ads, reward mechanics, and UI for in-app purchases felt good and were written into the gaming process.
Support And Maintenance
We work with games in post-production, too. Our LiveOps teams make sure an Android game we’re taking care of performs consistently well, collect players’ feedback & analytics for them to become a ground for changes into new patches or versions, do hotfixes, track errors, and more. We also work with game and narrative designers of the title to release new content: e.g., we work to release fresh quests, gameplay features, new monsters and NPCs, new rewards, monetization mechanics — and help with its promotion.

Our Technology Experience In Android Game Development

Here are some of the tools we use for Android game development:

Why Choose iLogos for Android Game Development

Customized Android Game Development
At iLogos, we work with clients that want to publish an indie on a Play Market and with the ones that work with famous IPs; representatives of large teams from EA or Sony; those who have a game released and want to push their success further. All of these require a personalized approach if we’d wanted to do our job well and make the players happy; so we employ it. We call our engineers the best Android developers because, for each project, we choose specialists who are interested in working with this particular game. They — and artists, designers, and narrative specialists that work with them — know their specialty, have extensive expertise, and want your Android game, specifically, to thrive and delight your players.
Rich Experience In The Gaming Industry
We worked with giants, and we worked with tiny studios. With 15+ years of experience in the game industry, almost 500 completed projects behind our backs, and people who’re giddy about games & exploration of new trends in technology and storytelling allow us to embrace each challenge you present us with and answer them with the best mobile game for your players. Because of our experience, we also often guide our clients through pitfalls and bottlenecks that often appear in development for Android.
Most Relevant Technologies and Techniques
As you’ve already seen within our list of technologies we use, we have quite a range of tools we employ to build for Android. We’re also always up to utilizing more buzzwordy techniques: we craft game apps in the metaverse, utilize the newest capabilities for building XR experiences Unity provides, use different graphics styles, and so on. If you want to try out trendy/unusual visual aesthetics or new technologies in your game, we’re right here to help you do so.
Android Games with 80+ Million Downloads
Our games mostly have great ratings on Play Store (the average of 4.5*/5*), they’re downloaded hundreds of thousands or millions of times (especially if there’s a fancy popular IP assigned to them), and have a lot of great reviews, complimenting visual designs and art, storytelling, and game mechanics. We see these stats as both proof of what we can do and a goad to do even better, and we’ll happily take your Android game on a race to the top.
Customized Android Game Development
At iLogos, we work with clients that want to publish an indie on a Play Market and with the ones that work with famous IPs; representatives of large teams from EA or Sony; those who have a game released and want to push their success further. All of these require a personalized approach if we’d wanted to do our job well and make the players happy; so we employ it. We call our engineers the best Android developers because, for each project, we choose specialists who are interested in working with this particular game. They — and artists, designers, and narrative specialists that work with them — know their specialty, have extensive expertise, and want your Android game, specifically, to thrive and delight your players.
Rich Experience In The Gaming Industry
We worked with giants, and we worked with tiny studios. With 15+ years of experience in the game industry, almost 500 completed projects behind our backs, and people who’re giddy about games & exploration of new trends in technology and storytelling allow us to embrace each challenge you present us with and answer them with the best mobile game for your players. Because of our experience, we also often guide our clients through pitfalls and bottlenecks that often appear in development for Android.
Most Relevant Technologies and Techniques
As you’ve already seen within our list of technologies we use, we have quite a range of tools we employ to build for Android. We’re also always up to utilizing more buzzwordy techniques: we craft game apps in the metaverse, utilize the newest capabilities for building XR experiences Unity provides, use different graphics styles, and so on. If you want to try out trendy/unusual visual aesthetics or new technologies in your game, we’re right here to help you do so.
Android Games with 80+ Million Downloads
Our games mostly have great ratings on Play Store (the average of 4.5*/5*), they’re downloaded hundreds of thousands or millions of times (especially if there’s a fancy popular IP assigned to them), and have a lot of great reviews, complimenting visual designs and art, storytelling, and game mechanics. We see these stats as both proof of what we can do and a goad to do even better, and we’ll happily take your Android game on a race to the top.

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Types Of Android Games We Develop

Android Fighting Game Development
Fighting is a genre of mobile games in which players fight, using different weapons, combat techniques, or even machines to win. Shadow Fight 3 we’ve already mentioned is a very popular example from the genre, — but, within it, we’ve also worked on games with, e.g. fighting in cosmos (see: LiveOps for Pocket Starship).
Android Arcade Puzzle Game Development
In these games, players go through levels by solving various riddles and puzzles; the settings for these mechanics vary, as well as types of the puzzles and mysteries players encounter. In this genre, we love a hidden objects game called Pearl’s Peril — we overtook its art production for a while.
Android Strategy Game Development
Strategy games make the player use strategic planning and tactics to achieve certain goals: win the war, extend the territory, achieve certain business goals, etc. The player is in command, and this is the basis of the gameplay. From our portfolio, we especially love the card game-based strategy Warhammer Combat Cards – 40K we’ve worked on with Flaregames.
Android Match-Three Game Development
Match-three games are one of the most popular puzzles in mobile casual segments: you pick three elements, they disappear, and the game rewards you. Candy Crush, for instance, is one of the most popular titles — we worked on level design for its spin-off; our other works in the genre are, e.g. Merge Magic & Merge Kingdom we’ve crafted art assets for.
Android Action-Adventure Game Development
An adventure game always combines other genres such as shooter, RPG, puzzle, strategy, fighting, and so on. It has a good plot and well-developed characters. Genshin Impact comes to mind as a super-popular representative of a genre (though it is cross-platform). Our collaboration with Nekki on the development of Shadow Fight 3 fits into this segment — although it’s also a fighting game.

iLogos Android Game Development Team Leads

Game Producer
Assemble a team of experts passionate about your game's settings, genre, and ideas. Ensure that all elements align with its concept and vision and assist with promotion and marketing before and after launch.
Game Artists
Create 2D and 3D art for the entire game, following the Visual Style Guide. Maintain a consistent style throughout all game levels and collaborate with game designers and writers to select the most effective visual elements for the game's story and gameplay mechanics.
Game Programmers
Write code and optimize game performance. They handle UI controls and technical tasks such as NPC behavior and cloud saves and ensure that user interface controls for iOS and Android devices function consistently.
Game Designers
Develop and outline gameplay mechanics, characters, plot, and other game details. Work with game writers to craft the narrative and help determine the art style.
Project Manager
Identify and report bugs, errors, and other issues through thorough testing on various devices. They aim to improve the game's quality through careful attention to detail.
QA
Facilitate communication and ensure the team is aligned with the game's vision. You will clarify team members' responsibilities and ensure that all tasks are completed on schedule. Act as a point of contact between the team and the person in charge of the project.
Game Producer
Assemble a team of experts passionate about your game's settings, genre, and ideas. Ensure that all elements align with its concept and vision and assist with promotion and marketing before and after launch.
Game Artists
Create 2D and 3D art for the entire game, following the Visual Style Guide. Maintain a consistent style throughout all game levels and collaborate with game designers and writers to select the most effective visual elements for the game's story and gameplay mechanics.
Game Programmers
Write code and optimize game performance. They handle UI controls and technical tasks such as NPC behavior and cloud saves and ensure that user interface controls for iOS and Android devices function consistently.
Game Designers
Develop and outline gameplay mechanics, characters, plot, and other game details. Work with game writers to craft the narrative and help determine the art style.
Project Manager
Identify and report bugs, errors, and other issues through thorough testing on various devices. They aim to improve the game's quality through careful attention to detail.
QA
Facilitate communication and ensure the team is aligned with the game's vision. You will clarify team members' responsibilities and ensure that all tasks are completed on schedule. Act as a point of contact between the team and the person in charge of the project.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Android Game Development?

Android game development means creating a game that’ll run on Android OS. To make an Android game, a game developer uses various tools, from game engines that allow developing to Android as a part of their functionality (Unity, Godot, Unreal Engine 4’s with AGDE for debugging, Defold, etc) to Android Game Development Kit, provided by Google. We prefer using Unity but are always up to adopting your SDK/environment if your game design requires it.

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