So one of the trickiest bits about building software is deciding the price point. It seems there are many many strategies out there to balance getting a good ranking and making a profit. EA Games, for example, cut the price
As we ponder what do do next, we evaluated many things. Do we do a seasonal Rafter’s Loot? Revamp the Star Chase Interface? Build the next angry birds? No. We decided it was time to bite the bullet and offer
Yay!, Rafter’s Loot and Rafter’s Loot Free are now both available in the App Store! As I mentioned in my last post, we’re winding down new game development for a little while, but we think Rafter’s Loot is a great
Angry Birds creators Rovio have been valued at 1.2 Billion dollars. So what will the next Angry Birds look like? Will it be Rafter’s Loot? Star Chase? Probably not. We ask ourselves every time we start on a new game.
Very Excited! Rafter’s Loot has been reviewed by Apple in a record (for us) of 3 days!!!! I’ve just submitted the free version, so that should hit the store next week. But lucky for all of you out there you
We just submitted for review to the App Store the full version of our newest game Rafter’s Loot. This game is probably our best game so far. In it you control a raft and try to collect as much valuable
Bitsy the Spider toddler game is now for sale in the App store! In the game bitsy the spider moves towards wherever the child touches (palm smashes are handled too) and she collects fruit, saying the fruit name as she