Last month, I purchased the 2048 source code from Angela’s App Services. The best part was that the code was actual free if you bought the programming upgrade. Now, I know I’m a bit behind the 2048 storm, but the price was right and I saw something pretty cool that Angela’s team did. Instead of another black / white or other color scheme, they actually put a theme to it. So I thought, that’s neat, why can’t I do that? So I did.
I decided to purchase artwork through them too. All told, I spent $578 ($399 for artwork, $149 for artwork and $30 for ASO into six languages) for a turnkey game that I didn’t have to touch. Well, I put my ad IDs in and switched it over to my Apple ID info.
I went with a Galaxy / Alien theme, that I believe turned out pretty darn good. I actually have been playing the game, which is a good sign, I hope. It’s called Galaxy Jump – The Jupiter Tile Puzzle Challenge. Currently, I have it set to $.99 and it’s featured towards the top of some paid charts in various countries in their new section. I only have the “more apps” button working with ads. I’ll have an ad supported version out soon. Continue reading 2048 Source Code and My New Jupiter Tile Puzzle Game
I want one of these. The Prong PWR Case (1500 mAh capacity), the world’s first all-in-one power solution for iPhone 5/5s launches this summer at Best Buy for $79.99 and is available now for pre-sale on Prong for $65. Continue reading Prong PWR Case for iPhone 5 and 5s Now on Pre-Sale
I want one. More details coming soon for the FretPen. Just check out the video and you’ll want one too. Word is there is a Kickstarter project coming soon … go here to get updates.
Continue reading Fit a Guitar in Your Pocket with FretPen
With almost 4 million downloads, the war machine developed by AMA and Mando Productions launches the assault on the App Store. Download it for free today and get to the front line, soldier. Continue reading Hills of Glory 3D lands on the App Store
Game Insight has announced the launch of a new city building game called Adventure Era. This new game is already available for download on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Adventure Era stars a young explorer whose curiosity leads him on exciting adventures to distant, unexplored worlds. The young hero will solve difficult and captivating quests, encounter new friends, discover the secret of travel between worlds, and embark on an epic expedition to find a way home. Continue reading New City Building Game Adventure Era Now Available on App Store
Halo2Cloud has launched a new portable charger for cell phones and tablets. What I like about the new HALO 6000 mAh charger is that it has enough battery power to charge two devices at once. And with a choice of eight different colors and patterns … you won’t have to compromise on form or function.
The HALO 6000 mAh charger includes a three-piece cable that allows users to power up just about any smartphone, as well as tablets, gaming devices, and other USB charging devices. The new lightning charging tip provides compatibility with newer devices such as the iPhone 5, iPad Air, and iPad mini. Continue reading New Portable Charger from Halo2Cloud Packs 6000 mAh Gigawatts
I’m a big fan of new technology … but I think the rumors of the upcoming launch of the iPhone 5S having a biometric fingerprint reader are, well, false. But why do I think it won’t be there? The real question is why would it? Look at the last several iPhone iterations … see any major additional features beside case, processor and storage updates? Nope. See any sci-fi type security integrations besides pinlock? Nope.
It’s not that I don’t think Apple is capable of adding it in, it’s just that I don’t see the need for it. I wonder how many people actually use a pin to have to unlock their phone. Continue reading iPhone 5S Getting Biometric Fingerprint Reader Security? Who Cares?