Articles about Release
Seven years after the first release and four years after disappearing from the Playstore, the nameless samurai returns with new adventures. Yes, you heard it right. After a year of work, Samurai Standoff is back in the Google Playstore and Apple App Store. And it's bigger and better than ever before.
It's done. After weeks of hard work and sleepless nights I just published the next version of Little Astronaut. I decided to do the All Colors Are Beautiful update first and added some features of Sharing Is Caring to spice things up a little. Get it now on Google Playstore and the Apple App Store.
Now it’s personal! The next update for Little Astronaut just arrived and it brings exciting new features. The ranking system has been upgraded to shift the focus to loyal players, player profiles have been added and 30+ achievements wait to be obtained. Get it now on Google Playstore and the Apple App Store.
The first update for Little Astronaut is now available in the Google Playstore and the Apple App Store. Harder, Faster, Stronger is the cornerstone for all further developments and brings some changes.
That was faster than expected. As already announced Little Astronaut is now available for free in the Google Playstore. Fortunately no major changes were necessary to release the game for Android. Again, Little Astronaut is completely free of charge and makes a lot of fun.
Finally, the time has come. The wait is over. 7 years after the first idea for this game, Little Astronaut is finally available on the App Store. What lasts long will finally be good. The game is completely free, easy to learn and a lot of fun.
Things you should never do: Creating a PHP script which connects to a different server, to retrieve some information and display it on your website. And you should most certainly not do this on every single page request, without even caching the results. Recently I have been asked to help my brother with a module he downloaded, which did exactly this. So I created this jQuery Plugin instead.
Drupal's PHP filter enables users to use raw PHP code in text fields. While this is an extremely powerful ability, it quickly leads to serious security issues. Users with the ability to insert PHP code into your site, can practically do anything they want with your site. Also the PHP code is stored in the database and lives outside of your normal workflow. My Insert PHP module tries to fix the limitations of the PHP filter and provides a safer way to include raw PHP in your Drupal site.
Drupal has somewhat limited options, when it comes to displaying information during site maintenance. By default admins may enter a simple maintenance message. Most of the times this is just enough, but sometimes you want to be able to make the maintenance page look more appealing. For this reason I developed a Maintenance Node module.
I can't help it. Every once in a while the RPG Creator pops up in my head and I need to work on it a little. Sooner or later I get distracted by something else, but most of the times I actually make a few steps towards completion. This time I revisited the battle script and turned it into a class.
Don't look at me like that. I know what you're thinking... "Seriously a dice game? How creative. How do you come up with all those new ideas?" Yeah, I know. It might not be the holy grail of game development. But I was bored and I had nothing better to do. So here it comes. Yet another jQuery Dice game the world hasn't been waiting for.