iLineup HD Is Not Quite Ready For The Majors

iLineUp HD is app designed to assist baseball coaches and/or players to quickly create and manage a player lineup. Let me preface this review by saying I’ve never actually coached a baseball team, but I have certainly played the game. You can enter in your list of players, assign their field positions and even setup…

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Noodlecake Studios Has Developed Tech To Allow iOS Devs To Port Apps To Android Quickly & Virtually Painlessly

Should I or Shouldn’t I? It is one of the biggest questions that many indie iOS developers will ask themselves regarding porting their app to Android. All too often leaping before checking the depth of the waters below, not really thinking of all the outside costs of both time and money, the need for test…

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Swordigo Offers Players A Solid Nostalgic RPG Platforming Experience

Swordigo is a side-scrolling RPG platformer that many gamers will nostalgically equate to Zelda, Kingdom Hearts, or Final Fantasy. But for good reason, as Swordigo combines all the things we loved about the great games of old and brings them out our childhoods and into the present. On iOS, this game really shines. Touch controls…

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99¢ Fighting Fantasy Gamebook Sale, Get Them While They Are Still On The App Store

Big Blue Bubble is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Fighting Fantasy, by putting all 5 of their interactive gamebooks on sale for 99¢ each. Their licensing agreement for these books is set to expire, which means that these apps will actually be removed from the App Store soon, so this may be your last chance…

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Straandlooper Animation Announces A New Slate of Game Concepts

It’s been nearly seven months since the talented (and twisted) team at Straandlooper Animation released the third and final act of their brilliantly irreverent Hector adventure game trilogy. So what have they been up to? What’s next? As you may have noticed, recently Kevin Beimers (one half of Straandlooper’s Hector team) has been stopping by…

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SpellTower Drops To 99¢ For 24 Hours, Help An Indie Dev Reach Number One On The Paid App Store Charts

It’s April, the weather is getting nicer and the Gage is rising…Zach Gage that is. (Okay, perhaps that was a bit corny…) Indie developer Zach Gage’s solely developed word game, SpellTower has made a monstrous climb up the Paid App Store charts this week going from #297 to its highest position yet, (currently) #6 on…

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