Talk Mobile 2013 is still underway and if you haven't been following the debates, discussions and community interaction, where have you been hiding?
We spent an entire week focusing on gaming already, but today we've got a sweet infographic to share with you, based on data accumulated through suggestions, comments and votes from you guys - the community.
Covering all of the hot topics, including mobile gaming vs. consoles, the dark side of mobile gaming, multiplayer mobile gaming, and finishing with how mobile gaming could get better and what the future of mobile gaming looks like, our team managed to cover important points surrounding mobile gaming and where we see it going in the future. But we were also interested in what consumers believe.
Instead of simply hosting spreadsheet for you all to get bored looking through, check out the sweet infographic below. Some rather unique results are included, for example: 73 percent play mobile games in the bathroom, which actually stole first position from playing games in bed (62 percent).
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