Today’s tutorial discusses how to capture and emulate key inputs for the standard Amazon Fire TV controller/remote using Corona SDK. Read further to learn how.
Brain&Brain is David and Brooke Condolora, a Bay Area husband-and-wife team with a deep love for storytelling and quiet adventure. Doggins, their first game, was programmed by David in Corona SDK, and was a nominee for the 2014 SXSW Gamer’s Voice Award and selected for the Indie MEGABOOTH at PAX East 2014.
Renato Cordeiro is a Corona Ambassador and co-founder of Red Beach, a startup focused on mobile apps and games development using Corona SDK. He writes about how to quickly and easily get your Corona games actually running on Google Glass!
Award-winning Griffilms’ latest TV series “NiDiNi” (We R Us) has just been nominated for the coveted Prix Jeunesse award. NiDiNi features the real stories of the children of Wales, and the Corona-made NiDiNi app offers children a unique level of interactivity. Read further to learn more.
Sergey Lerg is the creator of Corona-built games “Cubic Run” and “Laser Flow.” In this post, Sergey discusses his experience as a participant in CoronaBlitz #2 and how he managed to make a full game, “Hex LED,” in under a week.
It’s time for the second CoronaBlitz, a coding challenge to see what you can build in only a few hours with Corona! Read on to learn more and participate.
We are proud to announce a new Corona Plugin partner: GameAnalytics! Read about their service and how to implement it in only a few minutes.
Per Haglund is a father of two and runs App Family, a one-man business making kids’ games. He has spent the last two sleep-deprived years building his game portfolio while juggling a day job and family commitments.
Matthew Chapman is the owner of Origin Technologies and a Florida-based Corona Ambassador. Matthew has been creating apps for the iPhone since the App Store was first launched and has published mobile content for iOS, Android, Kindle and NOOK. His most recent release, and his first game, is called Coin Adventure and is now available on the App Store.
Noah Malewicz is the founder of Chunky Apps, an independent development studio of one. He is passionate about making fun, cartoony games for mobile devices and uses Corona SDK to accomplish this goal. His latest game, City Birds, was Corona’s App of the Week in mid-October and Noah was featured as a guest on Corona Geek shortly thereafter.
After attending a NY-based Meetup, Noah was inspired to focus on adding polish to his game – starting with jazzing up the “Menu” screen. In his guest piece, he shares how he accomplished this task, along with offering tips for other indie developers.