Hordes of Enemies was featured on the AppStore as the Game of the Day in many countries today, thank you Apple!
After two puzzle games kubic & noded, we’re back with an pixel art action/arcade game called Hordes of Enemies.
The game is now available to pre-order on the App Store for FREE and Ii’s due to launch next week on October 3rd.
Hordes of Enemies is a fun pickup and play brawler with 3 main themes/scenes. It supports MFi controllers & iCade, iCloud, ReplayKit, Game Center, Haptic Feedback, 3D Quick Actions, animated iMessage stickers, localized into 12 languages and also available on Apple TV.
This is a truly free-to-play game that comes with two scenes locked, both can be unlocked simply by playing to reach required total scores. Players can also choose to unlock with In-app purchase.
Gorgeous pixel art graphics & animations created by Gustavo Viselner who is best known for his movie based artwork. You can read more about his work in this Kotaku article
We wanted to create a simple and fun game that we would want to play ourselves and we hope that you’ll feel the same, enjoy!
The minimalist puzzle game based on a unique line folding & shape matching mechanism, noded, will launch next week at August 2nd on iOS and Android platforms simultaneously.
noded is a relaxing puzzle game with a simple goal: fold the geometric shape to solve the various challenges. With a clean UI and simple rule-set, noded challenges players to complete 80 uniquely crafted puzzles with the fewest moves possible. Featuring the beautiful ambient music of Kyle Preston (known for “Prune”) and without any time restrictions, noded offers a unique calming experience. noded is a premium ($0.99) game with no ads or in-app purchases.
kubic has been added to New Games We Love in the United States! It’s currenty featured in 73 countries and ranked as #1 puzzle or board game in most of them. Download your copy here or check our app page for details.
Thrilled to announce that kubic has been featured in New Games We Love on the App Store and already hits top 5 paid puzzle games in the UK!
iOS 6 is out, with major changes to App Store on devices. Most of which gave a big concerns to indie developers. But there is one new feature that you should utilise for a bit more exposure, Smart App Banners.
That is basically a meta tag added to your web pages. When that page visited by an iOS 6 device it’ll show up a banner of your app with a direct link to the it’s App Store page.
If you add a small piece of code you may also use it to launch your app (if installed) with a specific page or content…
If you are visiting us on a iOS6 mobile device just go to one of our game pages to see it in action. Such as, http://www.pixelenvision.com/animal-puzzle-for-toddlers/
I would write a full tutorial but there are plenty of resources about that and there is no need to re-invent the wheel. So, I’ve decided to post some links for you…
Find the Differences for Kids – Farm Animals! is approved by both Apple & Amazon and currently available for download…
First app, first mistake…
Our first game is live on the appstore for few days…
Based on our stats there were quite a few users willing to leave a review (thanks to all!) but there were none!
After checking out the code, we found the cause… A simple typo error…
It’s fixed now and 1.1 update submitted to appstore along with other changes. I hope that will put us back on track! Just wanted to share that with our fellow app developers…
Can you spot the difference between two links?
If you couldn’t find it yet, it’s the capital “U” in “viewContentsUserReviews”…