Monthly Archives: February 2011

MonsterUp v.1.5 is in the Marketplace

Posted by admin on February 25, 2011
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Go get it now!

 

Changelog follows:

-View more online rankings in scoreboard screen
-Concrete platform breaks with shield bonus
-Minor tweak to concrete platform graphics
-Minor tweaks to game fonts
-View and beat online high scores in-game
-View your all-time best and current leaderboard position in-game
-Transition effects in loading screens
-Reduced special power recharging time by 20%

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University of Geneva talk

Posted by admin on February 24, 2011
Academia, Development, Games, Windows Phone / 2 Comments

On 22 of February, Microsoft asked me to give a small talk about games development on the Windows Phone 7 platform, and more specifically about XNA development and my experience with the WP7 Marketplace. It was fun and quite a few people showed up, to listen and to be rewarded with pizza and beer in the end. The MonsterUp trailer video was also shown at the end of the talk:)

A snapshot of the talk slides about MonsterUp

Here are my talk’s slides if anyone out there is interested.

XNA
Tips and Advice

MonsterUp is one of Microsoft Channel9’s Hot Apps of the week

Posted by admin on February 23, 2011
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MonsterUp was chosen to be one of the hottest app of this week. Every week, Channel 9 choses 5 apps to be featured as this week’s hottest cool apps in a show called … well … Hot Apps presented by Laura Foy.

This week’s episode is here:

http://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Hot-Apps/Hot-Apps-iBlast-Moki-Life-Lights-OK-MonsterUp-Classic-Valentine

Enjoy!

Our new trailer is ready

Posted by admin on February 22, 2011
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Enjoy our new trailer, made of course by Sounas Design. Available also in HD!

MonsterUp _really_ featured in bestwp7games.com

Posted by admin on February 17, 2011
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If you go to www.bestwp7games.com right now, you will see that MonsterUp is more than visible. It’s actually all over the place:) Our thanx go to Saijo George for that.

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