Posted by Kieran Prince on Saturday, November 28, 2009 In : News
My next game Targets is days away from release! It's based on a very simple concept, but is you will have trouble putting it down. You must tap the targets before they reach the other end of the screen. Simple! But how many levels can you pass, and how accurately can you do it?
Interested? Check out the preview on YouTube. Become a fan on Facebook! Check out the official page here.
Posted by Kieran Prince on Friday, October 16, 2009 In : Development
As my first post in the "Development" category, I'd like to say the posts may not all be for beginners trying to learn how to make their first iPhone app. Some future ones may be geared for beginners, but not this one! To test the waters of iPhone development blogs, here's a simple page showing the different keyboards to use.
UIKeyboard is the mainstream way for users to enter text input. But maybe you want to use it for an URL or a phone number? Apple has given us developers a choice, the... Continue reading...
Posted by Kieran Prince on Friday, October 9, 2009 In : News
For those who have bought the game thank you! Cross Digits will soon be offered in French. Also some minor issues in the interface will be resolved. If there are any suggestions you want in next the update please email them to the support email provided on the Cross Digits page. Do it quickly because I would like to fix the bug as soon as possible! Also, for those who haven't yet purchased Cross Digits, a lite version is currently in review with Apple. This version will contain 4... Continue reading...
Posted by Kieran Prince on Thursday, October 1, 2009 In : News
A combination of crossword ans sudoku puzzles, Cross Digits is my newest released app! It is now on the app store in English, and may come in French and German in the future. Those interested can click here to see the game on iTunes.
Posted by Kieran Prince on Wednesday, March 25, 2009 In : News
FreeBoltz, the "lite" version of Boltz has now hit the iTunes store! Like the name says it's free and is a great way to try out the game, without paying for all difficulties. If you like FreeBoltz and find the Easy AI too easy, buy Boltz, you won't be disappointed with the computers. Click here to see FreeBoltz.