Archive for the 'iPad' Category

Spooky changes coming soon to Farkle Diced

Farkle Dice Rolls past 1M Downloads for iPhone, iPad, Android

Bellingham, Washington – Smart Box Design today is proud to announce that their highly entertaining and chart-topping Farkle game app series has been downloaded over 1 million times. This milestone makes the Farkle series one of the most popular dice games available for iPhones and iPads and Android phones and tablets. The Farkle series offers […]

New & Free Game – Farkle Solo at High Roller Saloon

Welcome to our December Newsletter. We have a brand new FREE dice game. Use the handy link below or point your phone’s camera with a QR reader to install Farkle Solo directly to your phone or tablet. Farkle Solo for iPhone / iPad – Free Farkle Solo at High Roller Saloon is an exciting fast […]

Farkle Dice Halloween Press Release

Farkle Diced game for Halloween haunts iPhones, iPads and Android I am a big fan of prMac press release service. Below is my recent release through them. Feel free to use it as an example for when you need to write a press release. Bellingham, WA    Oct 14, 2011 in Games [prMac.com] Bellingham, Washington – Smart […]

Farkle Dice for Halloween – Behind the scene development

We went from, “Wouldn’t it be fun to create a Halloween version of Farkle!” to submitting it to Apple in 13 days flat. That was fast! The app came out great and is now with Apple pending approval. The Android version is not far behind.  Click on image to see the entire art. How we […]

Outback Odyssey – iPad Child’s Book

The physical book is a fun read but the iPad versions brings the characters to life. I was the Project Manager on this book and I had a great time working with the team. The brainstorming sessions were great; the list of fun ideas was huge. Below is a just released video of the book. […]

Children Books for iPad

For the last several months I have had great fun working with www.istoryapps.com. They are a publisher and developer of high quality books for the iPad. Most of you know me as a game developer, but my background is in education, specifically teaching children how to read using technology. I leveraged that experience to create […]

iPad Game Submission – Rejected

Last week, on May 13, we submitted an update to WordPop! iPad to Apple. We were excited about this new release because it supported landscape. Players would be able to enjoy WordPop! Volt on the iPad in all orientations. I personally really enjoy playing in landscape mode a bit more than portrait as I find […]

The Day Before my iPad Arrives

My thoughts about how I think I will be using my iPad. I plan to review this post in a month to see how reality compares to the dream. What I am really looking forward to is email, which is silly for such an expensive device. I typically wake up pretty early in the morning […]

WordPop! for iPad – Who’s iPad is it?

The iPad is being marketed as a very casual device as demonstrated by Steve Jobs on stage while sitting on a couch. The only way he could have looked more relaxed would be if he was in a t-shirt and boxers drinking a beer. His point was well taken by many including my team, the […]