I’ve been able to build a polished experience for iPhone/iPod to start, and can quickly deploy new versions of the game to the iPad, Nook, and Kindle, thanks to Corona SDK’s cross-platform capabilities.
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
BorderLeap, an independent Virginia-based game studio, is pleased to announce the launch of Blendamaze, a game developed with Corona SDK, and now available on Apple’s App Store. Blendamaze brings a unique, innovative twist to the classic labyrinth game, as a marble becomes your virtual paintbrush and is used to blend colors and solve challenging puzzles.
The core objective is simple, but as the game progresses through over 100 levels covering primary, secondary and tertiary colors, gameplay becomes more challenging. Put your color theory skills to the test as you navigate your marble around intricately-designed levels, correctly blending paint colors. Blendamaze provides an original blend of play and learning, and is enjoyable for adults and children alike.
Developed in just seven months, Blendamaze was built with Corona SDK, the leading cross-platform mobile development framework. Over 150,000 developers worldwide use Corona SDK to create high quality apps, games and eBooks from a single codebase, for iOS, Android, Nook, and Kindle Fire devices.
“Corona SDK has been the ideal platform for building Blendamaze,” said Nate Dicken, creator of Blendamaze. “It’s enabled me to really focus on the design of the game and tap into the powerful APIs available. I’ve been able to build a polished experience for iPhone/iPod to start, and can quickly deploy new versions of the game to the iPad, Nook, and Kindle, thanks to Corona SDK’s cross-platform capabilities.”
“Our roots lie in the indie developer community. We’re very pleased that Corona SDK could play a role in turning the Blendamaze concept into a reality,” said David Rangel, COO of Corona Labs. “Apps built with Corona have a solid track record of success and we hope Blendamaze follows in the footsteps of blockbusters such as The Lost City, Blast Monkeys and Bubble Ball.”
Blendamaze is available for $0.99 on the App Store for iPod and iPhone. A free and unlimited trial of Corona SDK is also available for download for cross-platform mobile development. Blendamaze can be followed at http://twitter.com/blendamaze and http://facebook.com/blendamaze.
BorderLeap is an independent, one-man game studio founded by Nate Dicken, operating out of Christiansburg, Virginia. Nate has been a web designer, developer and Flash game developer for over 14 years.
About Corona Labs
Corona Labs Inc. is a venture-backed mobile software company based in Palo Alto, CA. Corona Labs’ marquee product, the award-winning Corona SDK, democratizes app development by empowering developers, from independents to large studios, to create cross-platform applications, games and eBooks for iOS™, Android™, Kindle Fire®, and Nook™. Boasting a community of over 150,000 developers worldwide, apps built with Corona have been downloaded more than 60 million times within the last year alone.
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