I’m looking for a game, playable on my iPhone, with probably crazy specific requirements. I fell in love with and completed (twice, once with huts and once without) A Dark Room. If I could erase my memory of playing that game and do it again, that’s basically what I’m after. [more inside]
Looking for top notch, detailed but fun games to play on an iPod Touch. Games like Tower Defense (Lost Earth) or the Angry Birds series, where you can make progress and pick up from where you left off. Not games like Temple Run/Jetpack Joyride/Robot Unicorn Attack where you start from scratch every time (even if you do get upgrades or badges). I am not really interested in Plants vs Zombies or Tiny Wings for whatever reason.
I want to get into game development for android. Where do I hang out online, who do I talk to, what do I need to know, and what do I read? [more inside]
Help me come up with rules for an Angry Birds drinking game- Two people each with their own copy of angry birds- Both start at same level. I thought when you complete a level 1st you drink. That is as far as I have gotten. Wondering if someone has a bit more imagination out there. Thanks!
Got a transcontinental flight in a couple of hours with two adults, two kids and two iPhone 4s. What games or apps will delight, entertain, educate and otherwise keep a 5 and a 7 boy year old occupied? [more inside]
A question for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch app developers: How many iDevices can connect to each other through a local wifi network? What is the maximum number of players you can have in a game at the same time locally? [more inside]
What are some multiplayer iPhone games that don't require players to be actively using their phone to play? [more inside]
I love Ferry Halim's Orisinal games. What are some games for the iPhone with a similar beautiful aesthetic and simple gameplay? Bonus points, as always, for free or cheap.