Polygon posted a in-depth interview with Vlambeer, the developers of Ridiculous Fishing. We all (probably) know the story by now of how their game was cloned and sold on the app store prior to them launching the official version. Instead of knowing that story, piece by piece, Polygon has told it in its entirety.
Host Carter Dotson speaks Dutch independent game developer Vlambeer. They discuss the Ninja Fishing controversy in-depth, as well as what they feel is the difference between ‘iteration’ and just plain ‘cloning’. As well, there is discussion about their upcoming iOS titles: Ridiculous Fishing and Super Crate Box iOS.
6 Wunderkinder’s To-Do List and Task app, Wunderlist, now supports Dropbox. To synch your Dropbox files to Wunderlist, just tap the paperclip icon in the Detail View, select Dropbox, and choose your file. With Wunderlist you can Assign, Comment, and prioritize your Dropbox files and they automatically update across all your systems. You can pick […]