Articles tagged ios

‘The Swords’ Is a Short Game With a Simple Title That Hides a Wealth of Beauty

Our drawing moves in circles and spirals, around us and our enemy, then swings from side to side quickly, as if dancing a jig.

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29 Mar 2016 // 8:53 AM

The Future of Video Games Appears to Be Going Mobile

Recent game data hints that the most diverse playing audience lives on mobile. Or at least the game-playing audience that is no longer traditionally male.

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Joel McDonald’s Puzzle Game ‘Prune’ Has Flowered Quickly

Prune was near the top of Apple’s paid App Store charts for much of last week. Not bad for a game in which the goal is to watch a tree sprout flowers.

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Ads Can Be Fun in Mobile Gaming

Skiing Yeti Mountain proves that it's not what you advertise, but how you advertise it.

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‘Band on Tour’ Is an iOS App Developed by Musicians to Help Book Shows

While going to individual venue websites and finding booking information was usually a hassle before the advent of mobile apps, searching for that same information took less time than using this particular app.

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Moving Pixels Podcast: Exploring the Rituals and Riddles of ‘Year Walk’

While Device 6 is a game about exploring textuality. Simogo's other game of exploration, Year Walk, explores the ritual and folklore of an equally unusual but seemingly more mundane landscape.

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Talking With David: Radical’s Visionary Chief Marketing Officer

How does Radical enter the digital economy in a groundbreaking way that both redefines the entertainment industry and yet remains true to core values of support for creativity and precision of user-driven environments?

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Culture Belongs to the Alien in 'Spirits of Xanadu'

// Moving Pixels

"The symbols that the artifact in Spirits of Xanadu uses are esoteric -- at least for the average Western gamer. It is Chinese culture reflected back at us through the lens of alien understanding.

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