The Cooties epidemic has spread to iPhones all over the world, but the indie developers from ImaginaryFeet haven’t seen much revenue. So, after a positive initial response to the game’s launch in April, indie developers Emil Anticevic and Tom McLeod are redesigning levels, adding new features, and trading in their original pricing strategy for a tiered in-app purchase system. The newest update brings the game down to less than 20 mgs and boasts two new in-app purchases.
PJS-Coding, S.L. today introduces Further Beyond Fighting HD 1.0, their award-winning game for iOS and Android now for iPad. Further Beyond Fighting is greater than ever before and packed with innovative and unique features. Higher polygon models, enhanced features and an entire makeover get the maximum out of your iPad. Injuries are rendered in real-time and the ability to unlock all characters as zombies are two innovative features and so much more.
Davide Di Cillo of 39 Inc., a Miami-based development company, today announced SyncPad 1.0, the first-ever iPad application that allows users to share their drawings on a whiteboard in real-time, from anywhere in the world over the internet. Thanks to HTML5, SyncPad whiteboards are also shareable via browser for non-iPad users. Quickly import a mockup from a photo library, and add notes while the client is sitting at his desk in another continent.