iPhone Apps Research

I’m doing some research on what draws people toward specific game apps on Android and iPhone. As part of this...

I’m doing some research on what draws people toward specific game apps on Android and iPhone. As part of this research, I’ve whipped together a range of games for the Android market and iTunes. They are:

Bye, Bye Birdies: A super casual shooter
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bye-bye-birds/id504325261?mt=8

Bikini Beach Zombie Massacre: A zombie shooter lightly modeled after 1960′s film, with sexual undertones.
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bikini-beach-zombie-massacre/id506730655?mt=8

My Child Knows Chinese: A series of games for toddlers to learn Mandarin Chinese
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/my-child-knows-chinese-transporation/id505605682?mt=8

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/my-child-knows-chinese-numbers/id505303524?mt=8

All of the games were made Game Jam Style, in less than 48 hours. As a rule, the initial game had to be submitted to Apple within 48 hours of putting pen to paper. Let’s see how it goes. Bye, Bye Birds has 5 starts right now – thank you friends.

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Lindsay Grace is a teacher, software developer and designer. He has served industry as an independent consultant, web designer, software developer, entrepreneur, business analyst and writer. Lindsay has a joint position between Miami University’s Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies and the School of Fine Arts. His research areas include human-computer interaction, creative and critical gameplay, and web design. He writes regularly about interactive media design and education.