ADN 250 is a serious game around relationship marketing, like a Tupperware meeting. You must learn about different product by using them, then you can start selling theses products to different people and convince them to do the same extending your sellers network and making loads of money.
The principal requirement for the project was to make an accessible game, without installation, accessible both on computer and device : a web game.
What kind of technologies would you use if you were asked to build a full-page 2D game, available on the web by PCs and smartphones ?
Here at Da Viking Code we chooses the famous Pixi.js !
Continue reading Pixi.js, Haxe and browser’s fullpage cross-platform experiences
Two years ago, we coded a beautiful app named Geophysic for the famous luxary watches brand Jaeger-LeCoultre. Made with the cross-platform technology Adobe AIR, and Starling & Feathers, we finished the dev diary asking which other technologies could have done the app, but didn’t get a strong answer.
Today, with Pixelfordinner agency, we’re proud to share this new app named Wake-Up Memovox, for the same client, available for iOS and Android.
It was developed with the same technology, and if it’s obvious the game development market moves in favour of Unity, AIR is still rocking for making apps! Let’s see the development part!
Continue reading Memovox, AIR still on top
Today a quick tip for a huge trick!
Working with Unity is pretty awesome until you have to make a build on an other platform than your current one! Depending your project size (number of assets etc.), just changing your current platform for Android to iOS or vice versa could take one hour… yup seriously! During that time you won’t be able to work on your project and your computer’s CPU will be pretty busy… so time for a long break? Until now!
Continue reading Unity – fast build platform switcher script!