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+ - iPad 2-player "face to face" games-> 1

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j_philipp
j_philipp writes "For almost a year now I've been working on iPad 2-player "one shared device" games, a genre I'm absolutely in love with. The games are still all free, for now. Recently, I've switched to the terrific Corona framework, a middleware which makes it very easy to utilize things like a physics engine (Box2D), and do other game-related stuff. Before that, I used PhoneGap, meaning some of the other games are based on JavaScript and HTML (you can glean the full source of one of the games on the site). This week my new game, Siege Towers, got released. If you're a developer pondering your next project, maybe you can give Corona a try... a pretty fun framework."
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  • And have you guys ever tried XNA to develop games for Windows Phone 7, Windows, and Xbox 360? It's great......... try my game!

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