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David Marquardt

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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Pull My Tongue got into top #10 in the US and UK App Store! It is also ranked top 25 in over 40 countries including Australia, Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Russia and a bunch more It has gotten a few bad reviews because of a crash bug I have on non-metal Retina devices but I have a update awaiting review that fixes that. So most of those pesky one stars should go away when that hits.
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Pull My Tongue is now live on the App Store for $0.99! Hope you guys will check it out It has been a long road but now it's finally out there
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Just got word that Pull My Tongue just passed Appstore review! Here is a pic of how relieved and happy Greg is Looks quite chill and happy huh, and you haven't even seen how happy I look
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Pull My Tongue found it's way onto the TouchArcade front page this morning I especially liked this part below "I've got to say that the polish, art style, and interesting tongue-stretching mechanic is a really impressive effort coming from just one guy. It'd be impressive coming from a team of fifty."
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Thanks man!
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Today is the #InternationalPopcornDay, therefor I thought it was fitting to show this brand new trailer today Pull My Tongue will launch on the AppStore on Februari 4th, hope you will like it folks !
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Now the game is sent in to Apple for review! I'll have the official release date any day now
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    I have been making levels all week so I decided to take a break and add something fun He flies away if the object he lands on is moved or if the tongue gets close. The object he lands on is randomized as well
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    I'm working away, almost "done". Only 10 more levels for World 5. Added removeable spikes to cram out a few more levels
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Started working on the levels for the last world and added curved sliders. They are built with a spline so I can make whatever shape I like. Might be fun
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    I "finalized" the intro for my game tonight! Might do some tweaks but I would say this is 99% complete
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    I have been working with a lot of boring stuff lately so not much to post. Finished up the fourth worlds levels, polished up some animations, fixed up some UI that didn't look that good etc. I at least finished up the latest version of the main menu today Next I'm gonna try to animate a short little 10-15 second intro that shows when starting level 1.
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Poppable balloons are now ingame, just gotta make some levels for them
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    I got bored and added some interaction with the popcorn steam. Just for fun
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    Pull My Tongue [WiP, one-man-project]

    Tonight I added the final touches to the balloons, now they have physic simulated strings if they move, react to the tongue and can be bounced a bit if you hit them hard.
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