iDice and Light Show are live!

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by Jeremy1026, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. Jeremy1026 macrumors 68020

    Jeremy1026

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    iDice
    iDice is a yahtzee clone for the iPhone, it uses a clean interface for allowing easy pick up and put down of the app.
    iDice can be downloaded directly from the iTunes App Store here
    More information about iDice can be found at the iDice official webpage

    Light Show
    Light Show is a Lite-Bright in the palm of your hands. In addition to the launch of Light Show I am holding a contest that directly involves it, information can be found at 1026 Development - 'The Art of Light' Contest.
    Light Show can be downloaded directly from the iTunes App Store here
    More information about Light Show can be found at the Light Show official webpage
     
  2. Project-79 macrumors 6502

    Project-79

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    Wow, it sure took Apple a long time to put those in the App Store.

    Congratulations! They look good!

    P-79
     
  3. Jeremy1026 thread starter macrumors 68020

    Jeremy1026

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    So far no entries have been received for 'The Art of Light' Contest, do you have the artistic talents to win a $10, $20, or $30 iTunes Gift Card?
     
  4. TimothyB macrumors 6502a

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    Just curious with the light-show. How can lights have shadows on them?
     
  5. aawil macrumors 6502a

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    I plan on entering something just haven't gotten around to it yet. I think the shadows are meant to give it a more three dimensional look.
     
  6. Jeremy1026 thread starter macrumors 68020

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    That is correct, the shadows are there to provide a more rounded look to the 'pegs.' Rather then having a flat green dot.
     
  7. Jeremy1026 thread starter macrumors 68020

    Jeremy1026

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    Hello, my name is Jeremy Curcio, lead developer at 1026 Development. I would like to address some of the things that have been mentioned in reviews as well through support tickets.

    Lets start with the biggest problem, the crashing. There were a few errant lines of code in the application that were improperly implemented causing the crash problem. During the beta testing phase Light Show was tested on a relatively clean device (it has only projects by 1026 Developments on it.) Having the empty device didn’t allow for this nasty bug to show itself until it was too late, when the public got their hands on it. There was a quick fix submitted to Apple on 8/14 which should *help* to clear up some of the crashing issues. There is still a chance that on a heavily loaded device there may still be problems with crashing. As soon as 1.0.1 is released into the App Store I will have another release ready which will fix the crash problems on all devices.

    Included in the 1.1 release will be a clear all button. By pressing this button the entire display will be cleared, no more needing to tap every peg to return it to a cleared state. 1.1 will also include a save/load feature. It will not be an auto-save at this time, it will also only allow one image to be saved into the memory at a time. In future updates I hope to be able to offer auto-saving on application exit, as well as saving of multiple images at a time.

    Light Show is currently the biggest App from 1026 Development, as far as the download numbers are saying. If you have any issues please do not hesitate to submit a bug report by visiting http://www.1026development.com/support.htm or sending us an email to support@1026development.com.

    Thank-you for your support of 1026 Development.
     

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