The best children’s apps are simple, vibrant, easy to use and most importantly fun. Fairy Tale Games: Mermaid Princess Puzzles, the Corona App of the Week, is a collaboration between developer Scott Adelman, and children’s illustrator Laura Tallardy
It’s been such a whirlwind week that I’ve only now been able to sit down and write this post!
Today’s announcement about Electronic Arts and Corona is just the beginning. We’ve got some more kick-ass stuff on the way.
At the same time, engineering is forging ahead. It looks like the season of new devices (Kindle HD, NOOK HD, iPhone 5, iPad Mini) had ended, so we are going to push out a new public release.
Today, we’re thrilled to share the news that Electronic Arts (EA) has developed their latest Word Smack game with (drum roll please!) everyone’s favorite cross-platform development platform. That’s right, one of the world’s largest game publishers has incorporated Corona into their arsenal, to develop first-class mobile content.
Steve is a pint-sized thief with dreams of becoming rich. After reading about a billion dollar museum exhibit in the paper, he hopes to perform the biggest heist in history. Help him outrun the night shift policeman and make his getaway!
Halloween is right around the corner! Get in the holiday spirit with this week’s App of the Week – Halloween Recreation. Especially appealing for young children, this game is filled with playful, interactive elements.
This week, we challenge you to kick your visual-spatial skills into gear with Envelope HD. Developed by Goodapps, Envelope features a clever game concept, beautiful graphics, and stimulating gameplay that will captivate players of all ages.
Since the first wind-up music boxes were sold in the late 18th century, music-lovers around the world were captivated by the melodic devices. This week’s App of the Week, Magical Music Box, is a delightful mobile rendition of the popular toy.
Graham Ransom and Simon Pearce are the dynamic duo behind Glitch Games,and the developers of Forever Lost: Episode 1 HD, a new point-and-click adventure game for the iPad/iPhone. Graham asked his Twitter followers for questions on developing adventure games, and he shares answers to a handful of the most popular inquires here.
This weekend, I set out to bake the perfect banana bread. I put Minu to the test, a beautifully crafted timer that ensured my bread was baked just right. Simple in design and gorgeous in construction, users have embraced Minu as it’s climbed the Top 10 chart of utility apps.
Earlier this week, there was a bit of commotion over a new rule in Apple’s App Store Review Guidelines.PocketGamer.biz, was the first to break the story, finding that clause 2.25 stated, “apps that display apps other than your own for purchase or promotion in a manner similar to the App Store will be rejected.”