TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Yesterday, I released the same Sprite Kit game in two different development platforms – iOS and macOS. A lesson that I had learnt from working on these two different platforms is the following. Never create sprite images without using an application. If you work on a game for iOS and macOS at the same time, you will have to produce three different sizes for the same sprite picture. In my case, I had to develop a totally new application while working on the last Sprite Kit project.
Anyway, I submitted a new software title to Mac App Store several minutes ago. This new release is called Sprite 1-2-3.
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – I submitted the iOS version of the Sprite Kit game to Apple’s App Store a while ago. This new submission is called The Emoji World.
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – It’s been a long time since I made a Sprite Kit game. Anyway, a new software title that I submitted to Mac App Store some 10 minutes ago is called Emoji World. Continue reading
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – It’s been more than two months since I released the last software product. Well, finally… A new software title that I submitted to App Store some 10 minutes ago is called GIF Mania.
GIF Mania is a free iOS app that lets you create GIF animation out of a video clip on your device. Simply, select a video clip and let the app extra frames as pictures out of it. The app also lets you set the number of loops and delay seconds for GIF animation. With an in-app purchase, you can add a text comment to every frame.
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – iScrapboard is the iOS counterpart of the last desktop application (Scrapboard Cloud) we introduced earlier.
iScrapboard is a multi-page virtual bulletin where you can post a number of text notes, pictures and more. You have options of store data locally or on the iCloud data server. By uploading data to iCloud, you can share the same set of data with other iOS devices and macOS desktop computers.