Mobile app development for gaming has, perhaps unsurprisingly, been on the rise for many years. With more and more people …
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When playing your mobile app games, do you play better with the music and sound effects on or off?
If you’re a gamer, I’m sure you have a strong opinion on this, but let’s dive into some research and how we’ve approached this with our upcoming game, Orbit Path.
Blue Label Labs has announced the worldwide launch of its latest game Orbit Path on the iTunes app store. Set in deep space, Orbit Path challenges you to navigate a space probe through the labyrinth of planets, stars and other celestial bodies as it explores the galaxy.
As we continue our run-up to the release of Orbit Path, our upcoming mobile game set in the empty void of space, we, as humans, can’t stop thinking about our place in this massive universe ecosystem. As we stare up into this dark abyss we call space, wondering about our existence, how far have will we go to seek the unexplainable? Here are the Top 5 most futuristic telescopes being built now on Planet Earth.
As we continue our run-up to the release of Orbit Path, our upcoming game set in space, here are a few interesting bits of space flight history that you might not know.
We explore humanity’s 3 best options to protect itself from a collision with an asteroid or comet.
How did breakout level-based games like Angry Birds and Cut the Rope design their levels? What strategies did they use to keep the user hooked (read: addicted) enough to keep come back for more? More importantly, is there a secret recipe for success?
Since 2000, the Earth has had 3 near misses with asteroids of greater than 50 meters. Each of these 3 asteroids, had they collided, had the possibility of triggering a global cataclysm.
If you manage the development of apps and want to get into app games, throw everything your have known about product management out of the window. Seriously.
Games are an entire different breed of beast. It will be a challenging experience to change your approach to developing games. This is the first of a series of posts to help you get started in building your very own mobile app game!