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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Cat’s Eyes: A Character Design Study

When Gene asked me what I thought about doing a children’s educational game for Halloween, I knew immediately that it was going to be a challenge. He wanted an app that his own kids would play, to communicate to his children what it was he spends so much of his time doing. To hand it [...]

What it takes to write a kick butt iOS game in a month – Part 2

(If you haven’t read Part 1 of this blog please read that first to get the full story of Spooky Playtime) The marathon coding weekend Between our other commitments, both home and work, we realized if we wanted to get this done in time we would have to truly dedicate some time to this project. [...]

What it takes to write a kick butt iOS game in a month (and not have your wife and kids walk out on you)

Late July: “I was thinking that our next app could be a Halloween game for preschoolers. We’d need to get it done by mid September to have a it approved and on the app store for the Halloween season. Think we can do it?” Most seasoned iPhone developers would probably turn and run in fear [...]

Teleprompt+ 2.0.2 Converting old audio recordings

We are happy to announce that Teleprompt+ 2.0.2 has been released.  The ability to export audio recordings has been added to this version.  We were originally hoping to have this in the 2.0 release but technical issues made it impossible. Over the past month we looked into it and got it functioning. The old version [...]

LaneVid Reviews CoasterCounter

Great in-depth review by LaneVid of our CoasterCounter application. Not just because he loves our app, but because he does such a great job going over the details in his video. We highly recommend subscribing to his YouTube Channel, where he posts new iPhone app reviews every Wednesday. Lane also shares our love for coasters, [...]