iQuickBlock For iPhone Developed In Six Hours
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A recent post on The Boy Genius Report site notes the achievement of Polish developer Binary Core, which managed to develop the iQuickBlock game for Apple's iPhone in a swift six hours of work. The game challenges players' reaction speeds as they work to keep the orange block from colliding with any green blocks on screen.
iQuickBlock was the very first game to be developed for the iPhone in Poland… And it took all of six hours to throw together. Is the iPhone the easiest mobile platform in existence when it comes to development? Polish Developer Binary Core slapped this addictive iPhone game together in no time back at the Newest Mobile Technology Lab held at Warsaw Technical University. It was built using the Cygwin iPhone Toolchain and Notepad++, and all testing was performed using WinSCP and PuTTY. All this in less than six hours. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard developers sing praises when it comes to Mobile OS X and our guess is that it won’t be the last.To learn more head over to the sites listed below.
The Boy Genius Report: Is It Really That Easy?
Psiloc: iQuickBlock For iPhone
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