Brick Zero for Android
Help Brickman to build bridges in the sky in order to get to the next building. On your way to the next highscore collect as many bricks as you can. If you have collected enough bricks Brickman will acquire new superpowers that will help you to score even higher. Play this highly addictive game on your Android device and download it from Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.andruids.brickzero
Maka has arrived on iTunes
The Day Maka Arrived – our latest interactive children’s book has arrived on the Apple App Store / iTunes. Read this interactive bedtime story to your kids – just like a traditional children’s book. Discover this wonderful island with them and play funny games together with them. The English and German language version contain audio recordings of each chapter (Audio book). Download the app to your iPhone or iPad https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=924026106&mt=8
The Day Maka Arrived
Life on the tiny island is quite and peaceful for the small family that happily live there … until Maka, the mischievous monkey arrives on its southern shores. The children, Mary and Benny, are delighted to have found a brand new friend. Read this interactive bedtime story to your kids – just like a traditional children’s book. Discover this wonderful island with them. The app consists of 19 chapters (fully illustrated) and 6 games that you can play and enjoy, together with your child. You can read the first four chapters and play one of six games (embedded in the story) for free! If you want to continue reading, please upgrade from inside the app and unlock the full content – which contains another 14 chapters and 5 games. The English and German language version c ...
Droidcon and Linuxtag 2014
I’m back from Droidcon 2014 in Berlin which has been combined with Linuxtag and re:publica. So I was able to listen to talks of those as well. Last time I’ve been to Droidcon was in 2011 and in my opinion it has not changed for the better. Almost all lectures were dominated by product placement strategies and the hacker spirit from 3 years ago was mostly gone. Even during key notes I have seen people on the stage reading their speech from a paper – in bad English. My impression was that the Linuxtag lectures were mostly much better and a positive example was the lively session held by Bernd Erk from Netways about logstash (see photo). So will I be back next year? Hm… I don’t know, well at least the coffee was good…
Baby’s Music Box 4.0 brings new interactivity
Baby’s Music Box 4.0 not only looks much better especially on HD devices. It also brings a whole set of new features to your beloved ones. Play with the puppets and see their funny reactions to what you do with them. You simply pull their hands, feets or the head with your finger. As soon as you let go they will display a certain behaviour that makes you and your children smile. Check it out on iTunes or Google Play.