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    Mobile Card Games: How to Make the Most of User Retention & Loyalty

    By Michael January 12, 2017

    According to statistics released by the Flurry team, developers of mobile card games may be sitting on gold mines. Card games can be extremely lucrative. They have the highest retention rates of any game genre right now. And they’re also played at a higher frequency than any other mobile game genre. So how do you get in on this action? …

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    20 Free & Secure Alternatives to the Parse Push Service

    By Michael December 7, 2016

    Since Facebook announced the end of Parse, we’ve been looking at the best alternatives for sending push notifications. Push notifications are an essential tool for engaging and retaining users. Developers can use them to send their users reminders, let them know about recent updates or ask for reviews and feedback. Using a reliable service for push notifications helps if you …

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    How to Make tvOS Games & Apps with V-Play and Qt

    By Michael December 1, 2016

    tvOS is the smart TV operating system from Apple that let’s you play games and use apps on your Apple TV. Support for tvOS apps and games has been added to V-Play & Qt so now you can launch your cross-platform games and apps on your Apple TV too. Get tvOS Support! What is tvOS? Apple based tvOS on iOS …

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    Release 2.9.1: Multiplayer Enhancements & Plugin Updates

    By Christian August 25, 2016

    V-Play 2.9.1 is now available to download. This update improves the V-Play Multiplayer by adding a single player option and a new latency testing feature, as well as general improvements to the multiplayer game example. When you update to V-Play 2.9.1, you can also include the latest Android libraries, Play Services libraries 9.4.0, for all of your V-Play Plugins. This provides your …

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    iOS vs Android Development: 5 Things You Need to Know

    By Michael August 18, 2016

    iOS vs Android development – When it comes to choosing a target platform for your mobile app or game, there’s still two main options. iOS and Android have dominated mobile devices since the introduction of the smartphone and there are no signs of this changing anytime soon. So what are the real differences between the platforms? 1. The Devices Screen …

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    Gamescom 2016: Meet Us in Cologne!

    By Michael August 10, 2016

    Gamescom 2016 is just around the corner and the V-Play team will be in attendance again this year. Want to get the inside track on cross-platform mobile game development? Meet us in Cologne and you can take a look at the latest game development features from V-Play! Request a Gamescom Meeting! You can meet us at Gamescom or in the …

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    Release 2.9.0: V-Play Multiplayer Launch

    By Michael August 4, 2016

    V-Play Multiplayer is officially released. Following its successful beta release, you can now access V-Play Multiplayer when you update V-Play – even as a free user. This new feature can be integrated into your game with less than 100 lines of code! V-Play Multiplayer allows you to create real-time and turn-based multiplayer games for all supported V-Play platforms. This includes iOS, Android …

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    How to Design the Most Accessible Apps and Games

    By Michael July 28, 2016

    Accessibility in mobile development means making apps and games for people with different sets of abilities. People that make use of accessibility features in apps and games include those with hearing or visual impairments, motor impairments and cognitive impairments. Thankfully, there are guidelines in place to cater to the needs of these users. These guidelines allow users to interact with …

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    Release 2.8.6: Multiplayer Game ONU & New Native Features

    By Christian July 20, 2016

    V-Play 2.8.6 is now available for download. It includes a new multiplayer game and native features for storing contacts and accessing app store pages. It also includes fixes and improvements to several V-Play Plugins like AdMob, Chartboost and Facebook. Update Now! This update is free to all existing V-Play users. Get your free download of V-Play now and you can …

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    The Best Free Music for Games – 19 Most Useful Sites

    By Michael July 14, 2016

    Every game needs music. For some developers, game music is just as important as their characters,sounds, story line or UI. But equipment can be expensive, and recording is a tricky process. It takes time, talent and a budget to create an original soundtrack for a mobile game. And then there are developers that view music as an afterthought. It’s something …

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