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nullsquared

Member Since 01 Sep 2005
Offline Last Active Jun 11 2012 10:31 AM

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In Topic: Phyzicle - the mobile 2D physics sandbox that can bring your imaginations to...

14 May 2012 - 11:11 AM

Thanks guys!

@ Thekill473: I didn't call it free because on PlayBook the app is $1.99 upfront :)

In Topic: Does anyone here own or develop on a Blackberry Playbook?

12 May 2012 - 08:14 PM

Also... I tried to send you a private message, but it said that you can't receive any more messages. Is your message box full?

Hm, that's odd. I don't really go on Gamedev too often anymore anyways, so feel free to shoot me an email at nullsquared at google's email (heh, avoiding spam)

Ok... so, average users do realize that when you vote someone else's post down (for absolutely no reason) that it's permanently documented in a database, and that multiple GD.net folk have the ability to see who did it, right? Just checking!

I'm not sure if this is directed towards me, but I just want to throw it out there that I rated Tom Sloper down for responding to such a detailed, intriguing post with a mere "Yes."

In Topic: Does anyone here own or develop on a Blackberry Playbook?

12 May 2012 - 07:29 AM

Fellow Playbook developer here :) I'm not using their native SDK, though, I'm using Marmalade (so I can deploy to iOS/Android/Playbook at once).

The App World is an interesting place, as people are desperate for good apps. I'm about to release an app called Phyzicle on the App World:

It's gonna be $1.99 so we'll see how well it sells on the App World... Either way, I believe the $10,000 incentive is for BB10 (their smartphone platform), not Playbook OS.

In Topic: Crossmobs SDK

14 November 2011 - 06:41 AM

Look interesting, albeit slightly sketchy like you mentioned.

A similar SDK is Marmalade (clicky). It's a very professional, flexible, big-name SDK that allows you to deploy to iOS and Android (among many other platforms, like bada, webOS, Playbook, etc.) using C++.

In Topic: TreeD - 3D isometric pixel art editor

09 October 2011 - 07:26 AM

That looks insanely cool!

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