I understand the positive arguments for keeping so many things about iOS closed. Examples: It provides a more consistant user experience. It lets Apple control more of the over all quality. Etc.. I also understand some of the negative arguments for keeping it closed. Apple makes money on the app store and media sales so
Most people get used to one and hate the other. I hate
1) I work at Google on Chrome
2) Nothing I say here represents my employer in anyway. This my own opinion.
It’s frustrating to see how bad Microsoft can really be. I’m one of Microsoft’s biggest fans. I still think Windows7 is better than OSX or Linux(*). I play more XBox 360 games than
Apple has clearly shown that an effectively open market (*) can be hugely successful. Games on iOS are reaching more people than they did on any other platform. On top of that they make lots of money for both Apple and game developers. You might be thinking that RockStar gets $60 for every copy of
That may be true but it also means that applications written with Unity3D,
I skimmed this post on Brainy Gamer about Little Big Planet and Creativity.
That and some of JC Barnett’s comments got me thinking, ….
As amazingly cool as LBP’s level editing is, does anyone except game creators and game creator wannabes
Just a random thought but I seriously wonder, does Emacs cause repetative strain
Both XBox 360 and now finally PSP (and soon the PS3 and maybe even the Wii) allow for downloadable demos. I love them. It’s great. I get to try many games I would never have tried for free! As a player, what could be better?
But….I wonder, is this helping the industry or hurting it?
With E3 over and my game pretty much finished I’ve had sometime to check out the
latest demos from the demoscene. I found one in
particular that really pointed out my disappointment in the new Nintendo
Wii. First off let me say I love Nintendo for taking the chance and trying
to shake things
Did you know the most commonly used langauges in the USA? Of course English is #1 and Spanish is #2. What about 3, 4 and 5?
#3 Chinese (2 million people)
#4 French (1.6 million people)
#5 German (1.4 million people)
Shall we keep going. Can you guess the next 5?
#6 Tagalog (1.2 million