Posts Tagged ‘action’

Bullet Time (The End of The World Party) in Dutch App Store

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

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So the day after laucnh we’re at position 33 in Category Adventure in Dutch App Store (for iPhone rankings ), we’re now beyond the legendary “Another World” and hope to climb up a few places still. So that’s it basically, the game has entered the App Store  at the same date as we set the availability date. This hepled us a little I think because we were nicely in view when sorted on release date, this was the case on every platform. So on the iPad we were in the last 12 released apps (no specific category!) and also in iTunes in recently released iPhone /iPad adventure and action games. Also in the GameCenter section, which I never visited before (oops). So hope sales will go strong for a couple of days, we’ll see.

Oh yeah just in case you want to buy Bullet Time too, here is the link to the App Store:

http://itunes.apple.com/app/bullet-time-end-world-party/id428499308?ls=1&mt=8

Bullet Time got approved!

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

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4 October, put it on your agenda people! Not only will Apple probably anounce their latest iteration of the iPhone at this beautiful day. But we at Appjuice.com will launch our spectaculair iPad-iPhone game: “Bullet Time (The End of The World Party) ”

After a small misunderstanding about our GameCenter implementation, we appealed for a re-evaluation of the game and with success, we quickly got approved to the App Store. The release date is set at 4 October and we hope you will have a good time playing it.

Bullet Time (The End Of The World Party), action packed iPad platformer

Friday, July 29th, 2011

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So we are back on Bullet Time (again). Our wall is currenlty completely covered in printed paper with 300 scenes of our biggest production yet.

We have made some political decisions on this game too. We have adapted the code so it runs on iPad and we liked playing it on the iPad so much that we will be releasing Bullet Time as an iPad only game. Later on the game will probably

be an universal game so people are also able to run it on their iPhones and iPods too. Right now we are progressing full speed and hope to be releasing pretty soon, with level design being completed (more or less) it’s now on to sound and scenery design.

Here are some caps to see what you might encounter in the game.

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fig 1. Lonely meeting with Stryder, no ammo probably means you won’t make it alive to the next level


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fig 2. Don’t be fooled by the many pickups, this is not going to be easy.


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fig 3.  You were just strolling around in  concrete jungle when you run into JibberLeg..


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fig 4. Sometimes when your own firepower just wont cut it, you have to rely on little tanky..

BulletTime #6 Leveldesign re-revisited

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

And yet another gameplay from the same session…

BulletTime #5 Leveldesign revisited

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Another clip from the same session…

Monkey Swipe v1.3 approved and available on the App Store

Friday, November 19th, 2010

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Last night Apple approved of our latest Monkey Swipe iteration V1.3. We had it on hold (because you can) Apple calls this “Pending developer release” and today we flipped the switch to release it. So after a half hour of so the App was ready for the App Store, then it took an hour more for us to discover it in the Updates section in the App store on the iPhone. So it’s there, it’s free and it has Game Center support! We also put some effort  in to get the filesize of the binary under 20MB, this allows for download while not on a wifi connection. This is critical for a casual game to be installable anywhere, anytime.  So that’s been taken care of as well. Ladies and gentleman let the updating begin.

Bullet Time #2

Friday, November 12th, 2010

This is a second Bullet Time post, currently after some interruptions we’re back at the game (literally) and we made a small clip demoing BulletTime on our iPad. You can watch the footage below via Youtube. Right now the basic engine is there only thing lacking is levels, levels and more levels and we still need more alien characters to make the life of our Hero a true misery (that might not be a problem). The funny part is that we create all of the game sprites in the Brushes app on iPad. We are trying to achieve a bit of a painterish look. In the demo there are still some vector sprites (basically from monkey swipe our previous title ) but if you look at the movie intro that should give you a clue of what look we’re after.

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fig 1. Texturing and testing a new monster creation in game.


fig 2. Youtube movie of the Bullet Time demo.

If you want to know about how we technically do it, you can read about it in the more section….

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Monkey Swipe v1.2 LIVE

Saturday, September 18th, 2010

Monkey Swipe v1.2 in developer backoficeToday (actually this night) our latest iteration of our iPhone game MonkeySwipe got approval and should be available in the Appstore any moment now. It’s a major update, containing not only a few minor bugfixes, but also a splendid 120 new levels bringing it to a total of 160 levels and some other great news we lowered the price to $0.99. We like to call that an absolute bargain, we also included a “Play Random Swipe” button (in paid version) that gives you any of the 160 levels for a quick play even if you didn’t unlock them before and haven’t reached that level yet. Levels are conveniently organized in 4 packs, easy, medium, hard and the classic (levels that were already in the older version of the game). So I would say check it out, it’s garanteed to bring you hours of good fun.

Available on the Appstore (again)

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

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Well this message is a little late becasue we were actually a little surprised by the quick Apple review, the first of may it was approved already. No problems! Nice work from us and from Apple. So we were really busy past few days contacting review sites, creating our free daily levels (we thought we had two weeks for this, not just one),  and finishing “review request” / “feedback” forms on the suport site, contacting everybody we know with an iPhone/iPod/iPad and encourage them to install our great new app!! But the great news remains we (fullscreen) is an established appstore contributor with 2 games (http://itunes.com/apps/fullscreen)

Oh yeah here is the good stuff:

Monkey Swipe, generating a buzz

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Yep that’s what we try to do anyways, we have created a Monkey Swipe webpage here. This site is supposed to support our game, it allowes people to give feedback on our game, app reviewers to request a free game and it’s a showcase of what to expect, we also created a presspack with logo’s and game artwork and some kind of descriptive text, you can download it here. On top of that, today we changed our game studio in a little Hollywood by filming Appjuicer Johan while playing our game, it’s a demo that should get you folks all enthousiastic and stuff, so go buy it and check it out!!