Trace Your Name is now available for the Kindle Fire. Trace Your Name is geared towards children just learning to write their name. It allows them to trace their name over and over again without wasting paper. In Trace Your Name you can also practice writing the alphabet and numbers!
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The very first iPhone game I ever created has finally been ported over to the Kindle Fire. During porting I was able to address some performance issues, fix some nagging bugs, and cleanup the graphics, and it looks wonderful on the device. You can see a screenshot below. It should be available on the nook sometime in the next few days as well.
Hypnosis, one of the first apps I ever developed for the iPhone (HypnoPhone), has just been released on the Kindle Fire, Nook, and any other devices that utilize the Amazon App Store. It took a few days to port this over, redo the graphics and make sure everything was working, but I think the end result is nice. Now you can get to making your friends sick on any device you have! :)
Are you a Monster Matcher? Indie Developer Jonathan Mulcahy is pleased to announce the release of Monster Matcher, now available on the iPad, and coming soon to the iPhone, Kindle Fire and Nook.
Monster Matcher is a memory game for anyone looking to give their memory a workout. With three levels of difficulty, there is near endless play for everyone. You can also earn achievements and compete against your Game Center friends to see how fast you can clear the screen!
In Easy, 3 pairs are displayed on the screen. This is perfect for young children, or people just getting their feet wet.
Looking for something a little harder? Give Medium a try! In Medium there are 6 pairs to match, which is harder than it sounds!
Ready for a real challenge? In Hard mode, 24 pairs are displayed, that’s 48 cards on the screen at once!
– Beautiful HD Retina Graphics
– Easy, Medium & Hard Difficulties
– 48 Different Monster Cards
– Almost 3000 different level combinations
– 16 Game Center Achievements
– Game Center Leader boards
– Bright and Fun music
This app contains no advertisements, in-app purchases or outside links of any kind. When playing this game, children stay in the game.
Tested.com posted a Android Market roudup this week, and A Long Way Home was included in it. You can read the full review here:
I found someone who recorded a walkthrough of my game A Long Way Home. Here it is for your viewing pleasure:
A Long Way Home Walkthrough Part 1
A Long Way Home Walkthrough Part 2
A Long Way Home Walkthrough Part 3
A Long Way Home Walkthrough Part 4
Some reviews from the iPad Version:
“A Long Way Home has all the hallmarks for an indie sleeper hit on the iPad.” – Pocket Gamer
“Not many mobile or tablet games actually evoke an emotional response, but this game does.” – The Smart Phone App Review”
“If you’re up for patient, thoughtful gameplay that makes for an evocative experience, you should give A Long Way Home a shot.” – Touch Arcade
4 Stars – Touch Arcade
“Only a handful of games for the iPad can produce an emotional response, as A Long Way Home did for me. I hope it can do the same for you.” – Appolicious