I've just released Musky Country, a casual fishing game made with Gideros. Musky are gamefish mostly found around the Great Lakes region in North America. They're the largest member of the pike family, and they're notoriously difficult to catch, often following lures right up to the boat. Some famous musky fishing guides are featured in the game, providing advice and commentary.
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pishtech.muskycountry
Apple App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/musky-country/id1545678709
An HTML5 "light edition" of the game is also embedded within the Musky 360 app.
One issue I'm having, that I've never encountered before, is that on Google Play searching for the exact name of the app (Musky Country) or any phrases in the app description won't find the app. Irrelevant apps that have neither "musky" nor "country" in their names or even descriptions show up.
I found a Google Play support thread with hundreds of people having this issue in the last couple of months, so I suspect they may have broken their search algorithm. Perhaps new apps with few downloads or ratings are getting a zero rank rather than just a low rank, or something like that. Or perhaps it's an issue with their "managed publishing" option, where they review an app but don't publish it until you choose to. I've never used that option on Google Play before launching this app. Or could it be that submitting an app under managed publishing flags the app to keep it out of search results, and that manually publishing isn't clearing it for the search engine like it should?
I'm just guessing at what might be going on, since right now you can only get the Android version if you have the link, or search for the name in quotes, which of course it not how people search app stores. It's promoted in the latest Musky 360 podcast, but most listeners who search for it on Google Play won't find it. Very frustrating...
In any case, the app is live, and at least it's off to a decent start on Apple's app store.