What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing AllNews Desktop for Mac OS X

Mac OS X software AllNews Desktop

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Although I don’t own a TV set, it’s important for me to keep updated with current events around the world. That’s why I developed NewsRoll two years ago. And I introduced AllNews to Apple‘s App Store several months ago. What I submitted to Mac App Store several minutes ago is an upgrade of NewsRoll. It’s called AllNews Desktop.   Continue reading

What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing The War of The Worlds for Mac OS X

Mac OS X software The War of the Worlds

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Although I’m committed to developing games with Sprite Kit, I realize that it’s very difficult for me to compete with other game developers at App Store since I’m not really good at drawing pictures. The worst part of submitting an iOS game or any iOS app to App Store is that people may never find your app unless it’s introduced as a new comer. Choosing the right category is also important because some of them don’t even introduce new comers. So I’ve decided to switch to macOS. Actually, I’ve submitted the first macOS game to Mac App Store some 30 minutes ago. This new game is called The War of The Worlds.

It’s a simple game where you are attacked by a single enemy that regularly fires a laser beam or drops a bomb and attacks your city. Your job is of course to protect the city. Fortunately, your city is protected with electromagnetic shield, which won’t last for a long time, though. So you have to go offensive and defeat the space invader. The city hall is actually equipped with a line gun that is powerful enough to reach the space invader.   Continue reading