Category Archives: Developer Corner

Many game-makers dream the dream of overnight success, but few get to live the reality. For three-man French team 1Button, the dream came true, as their new title Mr Jump rocketed up the App Store charts, shifting more than a million copies every day...

It's an exciting time for Martin Magni, developer of Odd Bot Out [$1.99]. Just two months after his game's release on iOS and Android, the cutsey sci-fi puzzler has sold enough copies to cover its development costs, and has made Martin a darling of the indie scene...




Earlier this morning we posted news that Firemint would soon be bringing an update to Real Racing 2 HD [App Store], with support for full-screen 1080p video-out on the iPad 2. This news got us wondering about the overall situation that the iPad 2 and it's new PowerVR SGX543MP2 graphics processor(s) present to existing games that already utilize TV-out by way of Apple's earlier component and VGA video cables for iOS devices...

Daniel Zandelin, who is apparently a big fan of Mario Kart DS..

Christian Whitehead On 'Sonic CD' and His Retro Engine

This certainly has been an interesting last couple of days, between Sega's challenge to gamers to come up with what game to make next and then Christian Whitehead's surprise response unveiling a remarkable Sonic CD proof of concept port created with his own Retro Engine Development Kit...

Dev Corner: Mark Andersson on Freeverse's Flick Baseball

This is a developer guest post written by Freeverse's Mark Andersson and details some of the design challenges in Freeverse's upcoming Flick Baseball game. While the content is aimed more at developers, it also provides fans an early peek at this upcoming game...

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