Hundreds Chart Dev Diary
I've had this idea for a game to teach kids times tables since I finished Wordflight two years go. I got bogged down in my initial implementation using OpenGL ES and a few weeks ago I decided to re-boot the project with flat UI, vivid colours and UIDynamics to make things interesting.
This time the project took two solid weekends (and a few late nights), but I am pretty happy with how it turned out
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Interactive Hundreds Charts
Four engaging math games to help children learn their multiplication tables.
CLGeocoder is not an Opera fan
I realise that Reverse Geocoding is a pretty tricky problem and probably will always be a work in progress, but the CLGeocoder bug I found today was so amusing I had to post. Things like this make this API less useful than it otherwise could be.
One of these is not the Sydney Opera House:
I built a quick test app demonstrating that CLGeocoder thinks "Opera House, New South Wales" is a suburban bungalow.
Four months later and I still suck at this game
Four months of indie game development in under three minutes.
The Classic 'find a word' game reinvented. Compete with your friends and the world.
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