In 2014, Jam City launched its global franchise Cookie Jam. Since then, this mobile sensation has grossed over $850 million in revenue, earning a place in the top 100 highest-grossing mobile puzzle games ever. With a growing number of players looking for tasty treats to crumble, how was this bustling game studio going to deal with the end of Adobe Flash?
The team realized that in order to continue improving their game and keep it fully supported, they had to migrate to a game engine with the tech stack they needed while continuing to run their live game. In this case study, learn how Unity’s professional services team, Accelerate Solutions, helped Jam City:
- Transition from Flash to Unity without disrupting the player experience, while continuing ongoing updates to the game
- Improve tech stack to focus on modernization and future development, with greater emphasis on 3D and rendering
- Reduce game load times from 35 to 10 seconds after migration to Unity