App of the Week (May 22, 2011): Blast Site

If Angry Birds is any indication, mobile gamers love to destroy things! Yes, give ’em the most elaborate structure you can make with crates and beams, and they’ll knock it down with a couple swift touch-screen swipes. This week’s App of the Week will continue to let you stick to your guns bombs — behold Blast Site! […]

Corona SDK college course

Given their surely promising future, app development and game design are now being taught at universities and even high schools around the world. And, if you’re in the St. Louis, Missouri area, you can now get first-hand instruction from a bona fide pro! Professional game designer Stu Gisburne is teaching the “Game Development for iPhone, […]

Has Corona SDK changed your life?

Since we started making Corona, we’ve been quite humbled by comments from you guys about how “OMG! Corona has changed my LIFE!!!” and what-not. Heck, we’ve seen some cases ourselves where people using Corona have been able to quit their day jobs and even start their own game studios because of Corona’s easy and efficient […]

Sample code: Air Hockey

Check this out! It’s a two-player iPad air hockey sample code that some of you might have missed in our Corona Code Exchange… …Also, we now will be posting all of our new sample code on GitHub, so be sure to follow us (or “watch” us, or whatever the proper terminology is) over at

App of the Week (May 15, 2011): Off the Hook

Summer is here and, for many of you, that means you might spend a little less time with your app development and more time with your fishing pole. But if your fishing excursions end up anything like the iPhone game Off the Hook (our latest App of the Week) you might not be very successful […]

Technology for non-technologists

Mashable discusses a trend that we’ve been seeing since we started Corona, citing the mobile development experience of Robert Nay, author of the #1 iOS app Bubble Ball: He’s a pioneering user of the next generation of platform dependencies — innovations upon which further innovations can be built. Eventually, you won’t need to have any […]