I’ll post any known issues with games that are currently in my stores:
22 June 2011
Breakit 4 – on the Playbook is waiting for an update that should greatly improve performance and fix a couple of bugs.
MeteorStorm TP – on the iPad is waiting for a minor bug fix to be approved. This should fix the game being the wrong rotation if the game is started while held landscape.
Sadly due to repeated problems with hosting, the server recovery issues and the maintenance of running a Flash gaming portal I have finally come to a decision to change the focus of my site. After (I think) over 6 years running my site as place where people can play my games (and other peoples games too) this is a difficult decision to come to.
Instead I intend to focus more on making games, and less of running websites. If your looking to play my games I’ll be posting specific links to them where you can play them on other websites.
My recent game ‘Breakit 4′ can be played here - http://playbreakit.com/
While I get new links for my games sorted out you can play my games over at MochiGames – http://www.mochigames.com/developer/terrypaton1/
I currently have six games available on the BlackBerry Playbook! Your best off searching for my name ‘Terry Paton’ in on the device Appworld, but I’ll also list them here.
Here’s a list of them …
Way hey! Another game has been approved by Apple today and like my other game POGZ, for a limited time it’s going to be FREE! Check it out, and leave a review if you feel inspired: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mazeball-tp/id442352303?mt=8&ls=1
Hooray! I’ve finally launch one of my favourite games ‘POGZ’ in Apples itunes store and for a limited time, its FREE! Check it out here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pogz/id436719061?mt=8&ls=1
[UPDATE: I've submitted a new version of Meteor Storm to the store, hopefully should be available soon!]
Check out my first game for the iPad ‘Meteor Storm TP’ .. and it’s free!
Check it out here http://itunes.apple.com/au/app/meteorstorm-tp/id439117889?mt=8
I’ve published a few games to the Android platform (using Adobe’s AIR technology), here’s where you can find them. It’s been a neat platform to develop for, and really easy. I’ve used QW Dev.net, Adobe's Flash Builder and Flash Professional to make all these games.