Nearly every photography app I can possibly think of always comes back to one thing: social. No one shares just to share. It’s all about seeing people like your photos, getting followers, and expanding your footprint on the Internet. I get the value in services like Instagram, where all of your photos are tracked and ... Read More »
After bringing us the first multiplayer Google TV game earlier this month, the folks at ustwo are at it again. This time they’re launching Whale Trail, a popular and addictive iOS game that has been downloaded over 140,000 times with a 4.5 star rating, onto the Android market for all 2.3+ devices.
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UK developer ustwo have been responsible for creating some of our favorite Android games. They created the Dot series of games, all of which have been the early reasons for our addiction to gaming on Android. They’ve also made extremely popular iOS games such as Whale Trail, which will be making its ... Read More »
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Alongside the OpenFeint announcement, developer ustwo has unleashed their third entrant into the Dot series, Dot3. Dot3 brings a different kind of gameplay to the series; Rather than the traditional “collect the blue dots and avoid the red cones” style, Dot 3 has you moving bars left and right to guide the dot safely ... Read More »
The guys at ustwo like to showoff and they are back with another 48 hour app. Dot 2 is the second in a “cool’ectible” series (2/6) of forthcoming apps, called 48hApps. Each title is created in 48 hours and features simple design and addictive gameplay.
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Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by the team at ustwo. In an email the other day they said they had a article about shortcomings in the Android Market and asked if we’d like to post it. It sounds like they’ve come up with a creative way to drive downloads in the Market and we thought that was worth sharing.
Today we kick off a new series called the Two Minute Drill.
ustwo, a developer of popular collectible apps, headed to Android