Pasiphist are proud to announce that version 1.1 of Poppin' Pests iPad game has gone live on the App Store today with a whole host of new features:
- Brand new Survivor game mode - no time limit but one miss and it's game over!
- Toggle Survivor mode by tapping the clock / skull icon on the home screen.
- See if you can top the all new Survivor Leaderboard in Game Center.
- Two new Game Center achievements to earn in Survivor triggered by outrageous scores.
Pasiphist are proud to launch Poppin' Pests, available exclusively for iPad right now on the App Store.
Poppin' Pests is a family oriented arcade action game exclusively for iPad and available on the App Store as a free download. With 30 seconds on the clock and 12 pests all up in your grill, will you make it to the scoreboard?
As reported by The New York Times, Google's top secret 'X' labs are brimming with speculative technology and robotics.
This is exactly the sort of thing we want to see from Mountain View and it harks back to the Xerox PARC laboratories that are so embedded in the origins and mythologies of Apple, Microsoft and the personal computer.
Steve Jobs wanted the iPhone carrier free on its own network, according to Silicon Valley venture capitalist John Stanton in this article on Ars Technica.
This was always the impression we had with the iPhone. Carrier deals always seemed to be a compromise and never really sat well as part of the iPhone experience.
The internet has been aflame with commentary following the launch of the iPhone 4S last Tuesday. There has been bitter disappointment from some quarters that the iPhone 5 wasn't launched and some have gone as far as to say that the spec bump for the 4S is disappointing.
It was with great sadness that today we learned of the passing of Steve Jobs who finally lost his battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 56.
Steve has been a personal inspiration to us and his unrelenting pursuit of brilliance in every aspect of his professional career will leave a mark on the world for generations to come.
For many, the event was a let down. The long awaited iPhone 5 was not announced and many have commented on their disappointment at the 'modest' bump in spec the iPhone 4S received.
Resolving 'Proguard returned with error code 1.' build problems with Android and Proguard.
As I approach completion on another Android application, I set up and began testing Proguard obfuscation which is now built into the Android SDK. On signing my app for testing installation of the apk file manually (Proguard is not applied to the build when testing or debugging directly to the device and it's a good idea to check your particular implementation of Proguard to make sure everything works as expected) I encountered the following error in console: