Tag Archives: mobile game

Catch the Monkey live on Google play for Android devices!

We’re excited to announce Catch the Monkey is live on Google Play, ready for any Android devices.

For only $1.10, you and your family can enjoy this adorable monkey adventure for hours of fun.

Art side of the things: Sushi World Screen Concepts

Sushi World believe or not started way back in 2009.  We want to create a game that you can experience being a sushi chief, taking care of your customers, manage your ingredients and master your skills with different sushi combinations.  We went through series of design phases about the game and its game play.  Below is our very first prototype back in 2009.

We had 4 slots for different customer types, and thought bubbles of what sushi they have ordered.  Also there is a garbage can at the bottom for manage your ingredients.  The new ingredients will only come into the empty space on the main area, which means you either use it to create a sushi for a customer or you need to throw it in the can.  But beware if you fill the can, you will get FIRED (GAME OVER) from the manager.

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Our thoughts about “Ouya”!?

Ouya” the newly announced Android base console machine, it is design to run mobile games on your TV with proper gaming controller.  Does this has what it takes to compete with big boys like Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo?

Below is what we think:

Positives:

The console makers decide what they will and will not release onto their platform.  I do not know if they filter based on religious content, but if they do, then it can be very frustrating not to get your title up after all that investment.  And the development licenses are not cheap, they cost a ton.  So an open system that is more developer friendly is a great opportunity

The reason it will fail:

I believe the Ouya is a great concept, but is a red herring.  Any developer who thinks this will usher in a new era of indy console games will be sorely disappointed.

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Mobile Gaming Habits Survey

We’ve put together a short 18 question survey to better understand you and your play habits.  We’ll use this information in designing features and future titles, so take a few moments to tell us what you think by going to:  Mobile Games Survey!