@Big Van Vader
Great use of selective reading there! Yup, I'll admit that if look up Blade Force Rescue on the UK store, of the ten reviews that are displayed, five are one-star... and the others are five-star. But then I never said that my games are everyone's cup of tea... Similarly, I was not making a statement about the state of the WP app store - or did you miss the bit about my one iPhone game making a better return than all my Android games put together?
My observation is that you probably did make more on WP as they have very few apps and WP users are more likely to try your game
I'm sorry, but this is ridiculous. When was the last time you scrolled more than a couple of pages down through any search results or app store listing - unless you were looking for a specific result? The fact is that you have to scroll through several pages of games to reach mine on any platform, and believe me, I have no false illusions about the games I make for a bit of fun - I do not expect anyone to be searching for them specifically.
Yes, Android may have more AAA games than Windows phone. But in my experience as a hobbyist game developer, what Android has a lot more of is poorly-made clones attempting to make a quick buck out of the latest craze - even the latest version of Android is joining in with a built-in Flappy Bird clone. It also has a lot more piracy and, by their own admission users who are not willing to pay for stuff.
Simply put - my original post was merely a statement of my experiences. Someone then accused me of being something I am not and asked me to back up my claims, so I did. And I'm afraid your response to that reads like that of someone who cannot accept that someone else's experiences do not marry up with their ideals.