infographicjournal:

Apponomics: The World of Mobile Apps

 Makes for interesting reading!

infographicjournal:

Apponomics: The World of Mobile Apps

 Makes for interesting reading!



Warwick Davis: ‘Games as rewarding as Shakespeare’ | Game Development | News by Develop


Develop Conference: Star Wars and Willow actor working with Matmi on Pocket Warwick’
Taking to the stage at the Develop Conference Star Wars and Willow actor Warwick Davis has revealed that his recent involvement in making games has been ‘no less rewarding’ than acting on stage in a Shakespeare production.


See on develop-online.net



ICE ROAD & SNOWY’S PINBALL


Continuing with the showcase of Christmas based Matmi games, next up is Ice Road & Snowy’s Pinball.

Ice Road / Snowy’s Pinball has all the exciting gameplay of Monster Pinball and hundreds of new goals, challenges and other craziness. With super-smooth graphics and stunning stereo sound, Ice Road is a gaming feast with a whole new theme!

Ice Road / Snowy’s Pinball has 2 x 3 feature-packed tables so novices and pros alike will get the best out of this crazy pinball extravaganza, and with local, global, and Facebook Connect leaderboards, you’re sure to find something – or someone – to challenge you!

You can see Snowy’s Christmas Pinball in action here, become a fan on Facebook or grab it from the App Store for only $1.99/£1.19.

GET HERE

Snowy’s Christmas Pinball comments:

"I wholeheartedly recommend Snowy’s Christmas Pinball, one of the finest pinball games around." - Geek.com

"one of the premier pinball experiences on the iPhone … you’ll love this" -Nodpad.com

"Smoother than hot egg nog" - iphoneachievements.org



Matmi’s Elf iPhone App



Another MATMI classic:  

It’s Christmas morning and there’s magic in the air, enough to send an elf soaring into the stratosphere. While Santa’s away, Irving the Elf like nothing more than leaping skyward, stepping on stars and bouncing on baubles trying to get as high as he can! Build your boost and collect candy canes for a point bonus while you help Irving hit the heavens, but watch out for the twisted tinsel, its pointy prickles will put a real crimp on your day.  

With all the looks and charm you’d expect from a Matmi game, Elf is simple enough that anyone can pick it up and play it, but addictive enough that you’ll be hooked all year round. Aim skyward as you challenge your friends via Facebook Connect and see who can send Irving the highest!  

Elf Features:

  • Amazing graphics and animations.
  • Unique sound effects in stereo.
  • Simple but addictive gameplay.
  • Suitable for all ages.
  • Local and Online scoreboards.
  • Facebook Connect so you can challenge all your friends.
  • Created specifically for the iPhone/iPod Touch by the wonderful minds of Matmi  

CHECK IT OUT: http://iphone.matmi.com/elf/

Via iphone.matmi.com



LEGO “Life of George” - An augmented Reality LEGO App

Introducing LEGO® Life of George: the world’s first interactive game combining real LEGO bricks with apps for your iPhone/iPod Touch.

See more at: http://george.lego.com/

►Mini Matmian:

Lego just got more awesome! :)



10 iPhone Apps That Will Make You Feel Like You’re In The Future Through Augmented Reality

Via Scoop.it - New Digital Media

Your iPhone will tell you everything you need to know about the Statue of Liberty just by training the camera on it.  

The developer calls Wikitude a “World Browser,” an app that helps you explore your surroundings and view information about landmarks near you.Simply hold up your smartphone and small icons will appear that represent things like Wikipedia articles, geo-tagged twitter posts, ATMs, and more depending on how you customize it. Wikitude tends to work well in big cities with many POI’s (points of interest), but not as well in smaller cities and towns (even if they contain historic places)  

See the other 9 here: http://read.bi/fK38G8



iPhone vs. Android: The Social App Activities That Set Users Apart [INFOGRAPHIC]



Just how different are iPhone and Android owners when it comes to the social apps they use?

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