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Blog: Quality in games

"It is by no means trivial to try to maximize the value of the stakeholders who matter. But it is something you need to think about when you are making a high quality, high value game."...

OfficeTime is Officially Coming to the Apple Watch

5 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

OfficeTime, the time tracking app by Productive Monkey, will be getting a version for the Apple Watch soon. The app allows you to track your billable time spent on projects or tasks, and the watch will then then sync with your iPhone, Mac or PC to create reports. Show More Summary

Room 8 Studio launches two games - Piano City and Popcorn Party

Piano City is a first social music game that will let players share the joy and compete with their friends in musical challenges! Players will be able to progress through the map up to the Grand Concert hall playing classical piano melodies...Show More Summary

Voice Recorder HD 7.3.1 More Stable And HQ Audio Recorder On App Store

eFusion is proud to announce the release of Voice Recorder HD 7.3.1, an update to its popular HQ audio recorder for iPhone and iPad. This version is optimized for stability and more user-friendly user interface. Voice Recorder HD is a better way to record HQ Audio, Organize and Share Voice Memos With Simplicity.

Headup Games Bundles are Available on the App Store Now

5 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Two games bundles from have been released by Headup Games and can currently be found on the App Store. For those who want to build bridges, there’s the Bridge Constructor Bundle, which will allow purchasers to gather together Bridge Constructor, Bridge Constructor Playground, and Bridge Constructor Medieval for $3.99. Show More Summary

'Anomaly Defenders' Review - Oh, How the Tables Have Turned

I admit that I'm coming into this Anomaly Defenders [$4.99] with a bit of bias because I've played each of the Anomaly games. I liked the games, but I'm hardly a raving fanatic for the series. But still, it's hard not to play this and think that this is kind of fan service for people

ProCamera 8 Launches, Adds HDR and Manual Controls

5 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

An update has arrived for Cocologics‘ photography app, ProCamera 8, adding manual controls and HDR. Through their partnership with vividHDR, accurate three-shot HDR capture is now in the app with five different HDR styles (Natural, Vivid, Dramatic, Black and White, and Faded) available. Show More Summary

Should you worry about your iPhone 6 plus bending? Apple Responds

Apple’s latest and greatest products are subject to both, a lot of media attention and scrutiny. Every year the company outperforms its previous iPhone sales records and this year was no exception. Apple sold more than 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus in the opening weekend. 10 million is a huge number of early adopters who probably just... Read More

iOS 8.0.2 fix is out, but some in Australia still report bugs

A few Australian users of the latest update say they're still running into issues with connectivity and the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

?Guide a feline army on a rampage in character-raising title The Battle Cats

5 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

The Battle Cats isn’t just some lighthearted title about chasing balls of wool. The post ?Guide a feline army on a rampage in character-raising title The Battle Cats appeared first on 148Apps.

Art-style iteration: Frustrating, but worth it in the end

Heather Chandler of game studio Elephant Mouse discusses how her team iterated on the art style of mobile game Robots Need Love Too....

Getting that game design idea out of your head and into production

Industry veteran William Anderson answers the question "How do I get one of my idea or concepts into development?" in depth....

Check Out the First Screenshot?s of Tilt to Live: Gauntlet’s Revenge

5 days agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

Tilt to Live: Gauntlet’s Revenge, from by One Man Left Games, is a tilt obstacle course where you control a supply of expendable arrow-people that you guide towards the finish line. It’s sort of like the original Tilt to Live and the sequel, but different. Show More Summary

Talking Devs Podcast #1: Desert Golfing with Bennett Foddy and Douglas Wilson

This is the first in a new podcast series from Gamasutra, called Talking Devs. The pilot episodes sees Bennett Foddy and Douglas Wilson discussing Desert Golfing on mobile....

Stack keyboard brings handwriting recognition to iOS

Most third-party iOS keyboards are, well, keyboards. This one lets you scribble instead. But is that really preferable?

Classic Drummer is now on Magzter

Classic Drummer, the magazine on vintage and collector drums with articles on classic drummers and gear, is available on the world's largest and fastest growing global digital multi-platform newsstand and magazine store, Magzter. The Free digital edition of Classic Drummer can now be read by readers and Magzter subscribers across the world, with just one click.

One-third of American teens and adults play mobile games

We've all heard how mobile gaming has sucked in players who weren't fans of the medium before it got accessible, but here are some numbers to back up that assertion....

Selfie:Wars turns the Photo Trend into an Outrageously Fun & Risque Game

With all of those selfies posted around the world, you'd think someone would have thought of Selfie Wars sooner - but now, Onsel Akin at PunchBoom Games has done it! The app creates new excitement and intrigue for millions of users, who can set up game questions and quizzes you'll have to answer in order to see that silly or special selfie that you've just been dying to share.

Create Your Own Beats With Triqtraq - Now Also on iPad

Zaplin Music releases an iPad version of triqtraq, the award-winning app for mobile music creation. The iPad version improves upon the accessible musical interface that was introduced to the iPhone in 2012, and comes as a free update for existing users. Show More Summary

‘Bioshock’ Gets a Price Cut

It’s great having Bioshock on the App Store and all, but that $14.99 debut price? It was a bit much for some people. Take-Two Interactive feels your pain. They’ve just gone and sliced the price down to $10.99, saving new buyers a cool 4-spot. For the new price, you get the same now-classic philosophical shooter — […]

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