I’m very excited to announce the (re)release of Collider! Collider is a physics-based puzzle game that I originally released in 2009, but sold to another company in 2010. Recently, I purchased the game back and am very happy that it’s now back in my portfolio.
Collider is available for iPhone and iPad in the iTunes App Store!
The goal of collider is to place the positive, negative and neutral particle balls from your tray onto the screen and make all positive and negative balls collide and vaporize.
You must navigate an array of pipes, gears, platforms, gates, sensors and other obstacles to achieve your goal.
Some levels require timing…
Other levels require strategy…
You can now purchase Tower Math on Google Play for your android device! Enjoy!
Click here to visit Google Play.
Here’s my favorite shot of Brendan Ektrom from Circa Survive’s performance at the Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC. (Click on the image to see more photos from the show.)
I was able to shoot Circa Survive’s sound check before their show at the Cat’s Cradle last Friday. I was treated to a little taste of their upcoming album as they played two new songs. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until the fall before we can hear the finished product… (Click the image to see more photos from their sound check.)
I had the pleasure of seeing Ume open up for my favorite band, Circa Survive, last Friday at the Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC. Lauren Larson, the lead singer and guitarist, was in constant motion through their entire set. (Click on the image to see more photos.)
Ume opening up for Circa Survive at the Cat’s Cradle on 6/27/2014
I am very happy to report that Tower Math has earned the Editor’s Choice Award from Children’s Technology Review. You can read their review of Tower Math in the May, 2014 issue. Tower Math is currently available for iOS and android.
I’m very happy to announce the release of my latest educational app, Tower Math! It’s a fun combination of tower defense gameplay and arithmetic. Tower Math is my first 3D app and I look forward to making many more in the future.
In Tower Math, the numbers have been turned into monsters and it’s up to you to free them…
You can build three different types of magic towers to help break the spell: Lobber, Cannon and Lightning. Each tower has its own unique characteristics…
Once you’ve selected the type and level of tower you want to build, you are given a math problem to solve. When you choose the correct answer to the problem, your tower is built…
If you’re unable to do the math problem in your head, there’s a built in ScribblePad that you can use to work it out by hand…
Tower math is a fast-paced educational app that makes practicing math fun!
Tower Math is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch in the App Store:
Tower Math is also available for Android phones and tablets in the Amazon AppStore:
I hope you enjoy Tower Math and please be sure to tell your friends about it!