Posts tagged with monster chorus
To our fans:
Thank you for downloading, playing, and loving our apps! ReignGames has enjoyed creating such fun and high quality games. As our products evolved, we were able to gain experience in the market and develop a variety of applications. However, maintaining too many apps can be detrimental for all of them. That’s why we’ve decided that it’s time to retire some of our older apps. By “retire”, we mean that the app will no longer be updated, and this includes bug-fixes.
By the end of 2013.
The following apps will not be updated, but they will be available in the app store.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Thank you again for your patronage! We appreciate our millions of fans, and we look forward to creating more entertaining and cutting-edge apps for you!
Developing custom apps can be quite a significant cost for small publishers or independent authors, so we thought we'd review some of the leading options for creating book and magazine apps, e-readers and the like. For this sort of app, it often doesn't make financial sense to build a custom app from scratch.
There are several relatively inexpensive ‘digital publication solutions’ which can take you through the otherwise technical and laborious process of getting your own content mobile. Which option is best really depends on who you are and (unfortunately) the depth of your pockets. However, you should be careful not to overlook the fact that one man’s ‘limited flexibility’ is another man’s ‘simplicity.’ Here are some options:
Our children's music app Monster Chorus seems to be really striking a chord with Apple: back in June, Monster Chorus received a headline feature in the China App Store, and this week it has been featured again as the iPhone App of the Week!
The Monster Chorus promo video is now online (also available on Vimeo)!
The video was recorded at Juan Claudio's home and stars his lovely wife and daughter. We rented some camera and lighting equipment from the nice folks at Vison Rouge Shanghai and did the recording in an afternoon. Fluxa was the photographer, Anna directed and did the editing, and while Juan Claudio and I provided moral support (i.e. ate pizza).
Here are a few behind the scenes photos:
For the new update for our kids’ app Monster Chorus, Lillian had to create an illustration of the farm in the song “Old McDonald”.
This was the first version that we did of the facial hair of the farmer. As here in China one doesn’t meet men with striking mustaches on an every day basis, we did a little research.
We found the differences between classical Hungarian, Greek, Middle Eastern, Austrian mustaches, as well as the stock-photo version of old-man-with-mustache, and a few unique cuts and styles.
[Not a valid template]
Which of the mustaches do you like best?
Want to see which one made it into game? Check out Monster Chorus for iPad on the App Store! The new update will be available for iPhone too.