Game App Testing
We ensure high standards of application quality through rigorous testing for everything from app usability to performance. By leveraging novel mobile automation test frameworks, we speed up the time-to-market for your enterprise application.
Sentient adopts manual testing techniques to ensure the game and all its features are conforming to their operational specifications. We allocate testers with an expertise in game testing to unearth all the discrepancies in the performance, reliability and usability of all major and minor functions. Based on the need of the game and time to launch, we recommend and initiate different functional tests including requirement-based, smoke and sanity tests.
A surge in the number of games being released onto Google and Apple Stores has led these First Party developers to establish specific standards every game has to meet.
A popular game is one that delivers joy to the player independent of the platform and device it’s played on.
As the mobile platform becomes increasingly versatile, games have to compete with other background applications for processor time, and yet deliver high performance and unmatched user experience.
Privacy remains one of the biggest concerns for all smartphone users, and it is imperative for all app and game developers to ensure that confidential data remains protected.
As with all games, communication is one of the key features of a multiplayer game – and this is achieved through a reliable internet connection.
App Stores have made it effortless for games to gain an international audience. But the games need to be altered so players fluent in different languages can also follow the titles, instructions etc.
Prolonged playing periods can uncover memory consumption and load balance issues in a game, causing the device to crash and affect user experience.
Exposing a game to random tests can sometimes unearth defects that would have gone unnoticed in a structured testing format.
RISK BASED TESTING
As another unstructured test, risk based testing prioritizes