Lake Oswego, Oregon – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Today appMobi released “Boom Town” simultaneously in the Apple App Store, Google Play (Android), and on Facebook, addressing a massive cross platform user base of over 1.5 billion end users with a single HTML5 game. Boom Town is an old west-themed combination game with the objective of building the biggest town possible before running out of space on the game board. The game demonstrates the power of HTML5 and appMobi’s industry-leading game development tools and cloud services.
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Corvallis, Oregon – The GameFit Racing app by POTG Apps is a totally new way to get fit. This 3D racing game translates exercise intensity to vehicle acceleration. To win at the game takes skill as well as a good workout. Take this game to the gym or use at home: Works with almost any cardio machine with no additional equipment to buy. With hi-def graphics, arcade-style physics, and responsive controls, GameFit Racing makes cardio workouts more enjoyable.
Houston, Texas – Vapssky Technologies, an established mobile application and games developer, today is thrilled to announce the release of an updated version of Unit Converter in the Apple App Store. With over 50,000 downloads since its initial release on December 22, 2011, Unit Converter is a multipurpose calculation tool that allows users to convert between units of measurement in over 30 categories including weight, distance, energy, and acceleration.
Albuquerque, New Mexico – techBASIC 1.1 extends its programming capabilities with interactive plots. Like an electrocardiogram, techBASIC’s accelerometer program updates the graph continuously, sweeping from left to right with the most recent data as the iPhone is turned and moved.
techBASIC lets students, hobbyists, scientists and engineers write programs for iOS devices. techBASIC can collect information from the accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer, as well as report on the position and heading of an iPhone, iPod or iPad. A powerful but easy to use implementation of BASIC processes this information, creating graphs that can be rotated, panned and zoomed with swipe and pinch gestures.