Yes that's easy because the graphics and sounds are (for the most part) raw files.whooleytoo said:I think Jobs said during the keynote some of the games were developed by/with other companies, so it looks like they might be taking the first steps towards opening up the iPod API/releasing an SDK.
Hardmac had an article today about the .ipg format, suggesting at the very least it might be possible to 'hack' the games to provide different graphics and sounds - it's a start!
mdickson said:Kind of off-topic, but wouldn't they be "second-party"?
Thanks for the clarification.Cassie said:No, seconed party would be game developing companies employed by the main company, Like Bungie is to Microsoft, Capcom is to Nintendo, and so on.
Third Party is just a bunch of people who make products that are not employed by the main company. You could have a Third Party mouse or keyboard or speakers, not manufactured by Apple or it's employed companies.
And yes, They will make third party games they've done it before.
Funny, I thought the end-user was the second party.Cassie said:No, seconed party would be game developing companies employed by the main company, Like Bungie is to Microsoft, Capcom is to Nintendo, and so on.
1. A political party organized as opposition to the existing parties in a two-party system.
2. One other than the principals involved in a transaction: I pay rent to a third party, not directly to the landlord.