Thursday, May 26, 2011
Updated Earth Defence is available in the Android Market. I have added new scoreboard for both normal and ultra modes. Currently it supports up to 10 scores entries (for each mode). Scores are stored in sd card. This is why permission for reading/writing sd card content is required. For now it is only local scoring, but.. I have a plan to add also an online scoring :)
I hope you will enjoy new version!
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Today Samsung launched Nuclear Balls for WVGA devices to the market! Here is the link. As you can see it looks a litle better than WQVGA version. That's because WQVGA screens are generally poor (16bpp screen buffer?). For example in such screen alpha channel for drawing primitives is not supported :/ But I still want to support in my apps those devices. It requires some additional work, but.. why not ;) Other thing is that I have only Wave723 for testing ;P
I think this is a good news. As I already mentioned Flood is under device testing. I want to port more games to Bada somewhere in the near future. But now I want to focus on two new game ideas :) For now I have only ideas, but the weekend is coming so I hope to code a little ;)
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
I have just received a notification from Samsung Seller Office that Nuclear Balls for WVGA devices was accepted :) It should take only one more day to launch it to the market. As you know QVGA version is already in the market.
I would like to mention that I have also uploaded Flood game for both WVGA and WQVGA devices. Currently it is under device testing. I hope that it will be launched to the market in the next 6 - 7 days (of course if test team won't find any issues ;P).
Thursday, May 5, 2011
I think some of you couldn't wait for the new version of the Stars Sky. I was thinking a lot how to improve the gameplay. This release includes new difficulty mode. It is called... "normal" mode :) The current one is easy (enabled by default) and the new one is normal (it is called normal because I have a plan to add harder "hard" mode in the future :)). I think (and hope..) that normal mode will bring new feelings to the gameplay.
I haven't been here for a while, but (unfortunately :P) I wasn't having fun on Bahama. My main priority for the end of the April was to finish porting the kasuroid to "bada" and release one of the game to Samsung apps store. So, here it is! Samsung approved yesterday Nuclear Balls and today put it to the market! It is version only for Wave 723 (WQVGA screen). Version for WVGA should be released quite soon (it is under device tests now).
So, welcome to BADA WORLD! :)