Game Developers See Potential, Not Gold Rush in Apple's iPad

On its surface, Apple's iPad may seem like a glorified e-book reader, but developers working on games for the system say they see within its extra-large screen and faster processor, great gaming potential. » 1/29/10 6:40pm 1/29/10 6:40pm

iPhone's Trism Creator Rich, Working on Trismology And Others

CNN has an interesting take on the recent iPhone boom for game developers. They tracked down Steve Demeter, the guy behind mega-hit Trism, to find out that in the first two months alone his game netted him $250,000. Keep in mind that's only 70 percent of the total haul and that he raked that in at $5 a pop. Sheesh,… » 11/18/08 5:00pm 11/18/08 5:00pm

iPhone Game Development Can Make You A Quarter-Millionaire!

Remember Trism » 9/19/08 8:20pm 9/19/08 8:20pm? It's the clever triangular puzzler from Steve Demeter of Demiforce, a -style iPhone app that uses the hardware's touchscreen and accelerometer for innovative play. Well, that little five dollar game has made Demiforce a cool $250,000 since its July release; not bad for someone who isn't Sega and comes…