Green Throttle Passing out the Green

Tue, Jun 4, 2013

Android, Frisky Misc, Handheld, Mobile

Playing Android games on a Green Throttle Atlas controller can transform a mobile title into a full console experience, if you’re playing the right game. So much so that Green Throttle Games (a TriplePoint client) is helping its developer partners offer the controller as an option to players with a new affiliate program: if gamers buy an Atlas directly through your game, then you pick up a commission for the sale. The first 100 developers to participate, in fact, get an even larger commission.

From the press release:

Green Throttle Games has created a simple process to help mobile game companies become a Green Throttle Affiliate. Interested parties must first create a customer account at, after which they can apply to become an Affiliate. After a developer is approved, they will be able to log in to their account and access a unique URL as well as pre-made banners and images that will automatically track all Atlas Controller sales that are generated. Developers will be issued a check via PayPal at the end of each month once their account accrues more than $20 through the Affiliate Program.

I guess you could say Green Throttle is trying to increase the throttle on their partners’ incoming green, but you shouldn’t, because that is silly and convoluted. It is nice of them, though.

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