Age of Strategy Android

On booting up Age of Strategy the first thing that you will notice is the sheer amount of content. From the menu you have access to lots of content, the core of which is a series of campaigns, these are a collections of maps that are linked together with a short text story. There are…

Installing Unity Remote

I found setting up the Unity remote is easy to do on Android, I expect that the iOS version is a similar easy process. The Unity Remote is found on the play store, there are a couple on there so make sure you get Unity Remote 4, it should be free and developed by Unity…

Notes on publishing PhoneGap / Cordova app to Google Play store

I’ve started making apps with Cordova / PhoneGap. My set up is somewhat unconventional as I am just creating the projects at the command line, writing the applications using web technologies and signing them myself. I am not using the PhoneGap build service or any emulators on my machine. I am however using Eclipse because…

MySQL to sqlite

I’m currently writing bits of code to tell stories using a variety different data sources; one of my aims is to make the storytelling experience cross platform. My project started life as a web based thing and I see if I could move some of it over to a mobile platform. I’m going to try…

Create your own Oculus Rift

When I first heard about the Oculus Rift I was sure that Virtual Reality had finally made the mainstream. At $300 with affordable development options it was sure to take off.  I knew why the Oculus Rift was cheap and that was because it uses cheap components! The components are cheap because they are already…

Catchphrase for Android Review

If you grew up in the 90’s in the uk then the chances are you have fond love for two television programmes. CITV’s Knightmare and  Roy Walker‘s Catchphrase (I know about that Stephen Muhern show, I mean it’s good, but he’ll never be Roy Walker). While a game based on knightmare already exists (on the Amiga, review to come)…