This is exactly the type of information that Microsoft does not need in the public eye or the developer community. Microsoft you ate spending a lot of money on advertising and people are beginning to actually get curious about windows phone. The problem you face, the problem you’ve always faced is with your market and if a company like Rubicon which makes fun and addicting games is complaining about not making money in your store and not getting the support from you then that is a huge problem. If a large profitable company on other platforms can’t get footing on windows then what hope does a independent developer have?

 

> Steven Dent, Engadget :: <a href=”http://www.engadget.com/2012/12/07/gaming-company-derides-microsoft-rt-marketplace-/”>Gaming Company Derides Microsoft Store:  ‘We’ve made the princely sum of $83′</a>

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