In this week’s Tuesday Tutorial, Corona Ambassador Brent Sorrentino explores the basics of parallax scrolling and walks you through a demo project to implement a customizable touch-and-drag parallax view in your app.
Today’s guest tutorial comes to you courtesy of Omid Ahourai, an indie game developer who goes by the alias “ArdentKid.” He’s been working with Corona SDK for over two years and will soon release his first highly-anticipated game, “Balloon Bazooka.” Please check out his work and blog at www.ardentkid.com.
Tuesday Tutorials are back! Today’s tutorial is from Brent Sorrentino, a Corona Ambassador based in northern Colorado. Brent has been an active part of the Corona community for almost two years. He is a freelance travel photographer, Corona developer, and graphic designer. In addition to using Corona to develop his own apps, he regularly lends a hand in the forums, helping other developers solve coding issues.
While most Americans plan to BBQ for the 4th of July holiday, Corona Labs saved a whole lotta chickens over the weekend in GuguGames’ Chicken BBQ!
Every now and then, we’re shown something totally awesome that we just have to put up here, on the blog. Case in point: Terry Paton. Terry has been tinkering around with Corona SDK for a few weeks now. And just the other day, he put up videos of three games that he built with Corona (the […]
Niels Vanspauwen is one of three co-founders of the mobile game studio Kidimedia, whose self-titled children’s app is fast becoming popular in the App Store. Below, Niels describes how the full-time duties of being dads made the Kidimedia team desire a quick and efficient means of developing apps without sacrificing an ounce of performance or […]
Earlier this year, we told you about the Techority 48-Hour Challenge app contest organized by our very own Peach Pellen. Although it has long been done, winner Mike Lorenz of Pixani Games now decided to give us an in-depth, hour-by-hour look at how he made the winning game Princess Pixani with Corona SDK. Corona is […]
A few weeks back, we told you about Forgotten Places: Lost Circus (HD), a puzzle adventure game for iPad. Turns out we weren’t kidding when we said it was one of the most immersive and best-looking games we’ve ever seen from the Corona Community. Lost Circus just landed a perfect rating from the typically hard-to-please […]
By now, you probably know Jonathan Beebe quite well around these here parts. After all, he was our first-ever Corona wunderkind, selling over 300,000 copies of his Tilt Monster game on iPhone! Now, Jon has decided to make that very same game open source to everyone – he’s either crazy, generous, or a little from […]