• First Gameplay Prototype

    Why I Chose V-Play to Develop my First Mobile Game?

    By Michael July 23, 2015

    Mathias Sundholm, an Indie game developer, is part of a team based in Germany that has just released a new mobile game, MAYA – Forgotten Tiles. MAYA – Forgotten Tiles is the team’s first mobile game and they wanted to make it one of the best in its genre! Mathias chronicles the development process of MAYA – Forgotten Tiles while …

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  • V-Play Windows Phone Game Development Contest

    By Christian September 16, 2014

    With the recent addition of Windows Phone support to V-Play 2, you have a great new platform to distribute your games. The Windows Phone Store has many advantages over iOS & Android for developers, like: Less competition because fewer games are in the Windows Phone Store than on iOS or Android. Less top-quality games that run natively (like V-Play does) …

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  • Marmalade vs Unity vs Corona vs V-Play | Guest Post

    By Christian February 3, 2014

    This is a guest post by forum user michael, an Indie developer from Australia currently working on a word puzzle game. With life, I’m inclined to take the road less travelled. For this reason, I also resonate with “alternative” development tools that work well, but perhaps use some other approach. So it was a nice surprise to come across V-Play. …

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