I’m currently finishing up the “Top 1000″ mode but I wanted to give you a little teaser for the “Numpad Ninja”-mode:
Isn’t he cute?
I’m currently reading the book Contagious and I really like it!
If you want to know more about “why things go viral” or want to know how to make your next product go viral, you definitely have to read it! I already got a much better understanding which I hopefully can apply to my current products
Here is a more in-depth review of the book that will hopefully convince you that it is worth your time: Mapping Out the Path to Viral Fame
I stumbled over this book through this interview: SPI 059 : How Viral Happens – An Interview With Jonah Berger, Author of Contagious
(for some reason I thought it was from a Mixergy Interview!?).
Just wanted to share a link to a TapMath Review on App Magazine
TapMath Educational App Review – Android
I just relaunched my app “Math Fun” under a new name: TapMath
The main reason for the relaunch was the name change and to rebalance the difficulty. Also I want to evaluate a few marketing strategies and for that I need a clean slate with the app.
If you tried the previous version and were frustrated with the difficulty I highly suggest you to check out TapMath for everyone else I also suggest to check it out
I’m currently working on a game prototype in … FLASH!!.
Nothing big, just an idea for a game on 10FastFingers that would be more … well … action-packed
Sadly HTML5 doesn’t provide the performance for this idea (yet), so I’m currently trying to throw something together in Flash. Haven’t touched Flash in over 3 years, last time I did I created MathRun.
I’m currently finishing up the work on the upcoming Math Fun App and there was not much to post about (a lot of bug fixing and smaller features, also I implemented the highscore system). You can expect a larger post after the launch and a few follow up posts about my marketing approach and status updates on how the app is doing
Also, 10FastFingers now has a lithanian translation and the calculation and “two-key”-keystrokes were added in the calculation for the lithuanian speedtest