Thursday, June 28, 2012
And a happy Anniversary it is!
It's the 40 Anniversary for ATARI!
I'm sure some of you remember the above console, or may be you were even addicted to it!
Until not long ago, people in my country kept referring to video games by "ATARI", weather they played it on consoles or computers, they would say, I want to play "ATARI", or I am the champion of "ATARI".
This is a simple evidence that ATARI people (and Mr. Nolan Bushnell in particular) are the pioneers of Video games.
An industry full of fun and innovation for decades now.
I'm new to this industry, but personally, I hope I can add to it in a way to be memorable for people.
But for now, let us all wish ATARI many happy returns of the day :)
Sunday, June 10, 2012
I am delighted to announce that my Game "Bombs Juggle " has a free version available now on the Appstore!
(You can download it for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch from here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bombs-juggle-free/id531190284?ls=1&mt=8 )
The free version contains ads of course, if you don't like to be distracted by Ads while playing, you can download the Ad-Free version from here:
I also recommend that you like Bombs Juggle Facebook Fan page:
You can get updates for all the news, giveaways, or even when the Android version will be released!
If you want to see a demo of how "Bombs Juggle" is played, you can check out the following video on YouTube:
Here it is embedded:
I came across this post when I was exploring ways to make a video for my Mobile Game ( Bombs Juggle ).
There are many ways, and a lot of software to record your computer screen, or make any video.
As a Mac user, QuickTime player was mostly used for playing media files, I didn't know that you can also use it to record your screen along with your voice! (You can also record your voice by itself too).
Here is the link to the post illustrating the steps to do that.
The best part is that it's FREE!
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