- Hey Dale, Thanks for the advice. So would you recommend creating two versions? one old school and one for the touch-screen devices. Or would you takeMessage 1 of 96 , Jun 24, 2009View Source
Thanks for the advice. So would you recommend creating two versions? one old school and one for the touch-screen devices. Or would you take something like our game and add the touch-screen option.
On 24/6/09 5:34 PM, Dale Rankine wrote:
Hey Dan, yep you should consider creating a port of your content for touch-screen devices such as the 5800, N97, etc if you want to have your content render and perform well on those devices.
Running existing applications/ games from regular devices is problematic, and on the 5800 at least you get this ugly virtual D-pad and soft keys popup which needs to be disabled specifically if you don’t want it (sorry Nokia, but yeah it’s ugly J)
I was just about to buy a new Nokia 5800 because its getting the most traffic.
But its a touch screen!!! Will this mean we have to re-factor our game / add tilting controls.
Obviously we think tilting would be nice in our game [www.instinct. co.nz/ecowarrior] but we wanted to spend the next few days just optimizing the code.
Any thoughts on this?
On 4/6/09 3:01 PM, Darren Osadchuk wrote:
If you want to Express Sign your game, it'll cost $200 for your
certificate, plus $20 for each file you want to sign.
In terms of target devices, if you look at the numbers that Dale posted
on his blog, the 5800 seems to be getting the most traffic. I don't seem
to have access to any reports on my content (don't know why!), so I'm
not sure if they reflect the same trend. Perhaps other content
publishers have posted their stats as well.
Dan Milward wrote:
I'm flattered to learn that your kids play our games!! We don't get much
feedback about our games :P
So how much are the costs for signing a SIS file? Also if we were to
pick a key phone to base our developments on which phone would you
choose these days (especially if we're gunning at the the OVI market)?
Also we're renaming the game to Project Apocalypse.
On 30/5/09 4:10 AM, Robert Toole wrote:
If I were you I'd absolutely post it to OVI, though you'll carry some
costs for signup and sis signing. It's a good piece of content (my
kids like it and play it often) and its certainly on par with the
other stuff I've seen out there.
--- On *Thu, 5/28/09, Dan Milward /<dan@instinct. co.nz>/* wrote:
From: Dan Milward <dan@instinct. co.nz>
Subject: [FlashLite] OVI store
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 7:16 PM
Rather then bundling the FL swf file here: www.instinct.
Do you all think that we should upload it to the Ovi store for sale?
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- Hey Guys, We need a developer to help us with a Flash file - we simply need some form fields tidied up and a little design work done. We don t have theMessage 96 of 96 , Apr 6, 2010View SourceHey Guys,
We need a developer to help us with a Flash file - we simply need some form fields tidied up and a little design work done. We don't have the resources to do it ourselves :P
Email dan at instinct.co.nz for more info :))