I’m actively looking for someone to help with these tasks. Unfortunately, so is every other game dev:
- Screen capturing images of my games that show the features I specify in a compelling light.
- Doing that using a simulator that simulates all the different screenshot size requirements for Google Play, Amazon and all of the stores.
- Cropping out the simulator window if necessary
- Uploading these images to all of the stores
- Translating the title, description and keywords to every language available in all of the stores
- Plugging in that translated data into all of the stores
- Uploading the builds to all of the stores
- Checking off all required checkboxes in all of the stores
- Submitting the game in all of the stores
- all of the stores
So. Many. Metadata.
I’m working on a new puzzle game for touchscreen devices!
The screen above is a mockup of the latest puzzle options screen. This UI will slide out over your selected puzzle image (chosen on the previous “puzzle select” screen.) Here’s how it works:
The Background tile is touchable and will toggle between showing or hiding the pattern background.
- When the pattern is turned off, the player will be able to see the puzzle image underneath the piece slots. This makes the game much easier.
- When the pattern is turned on, the puzzle is hidden (you cannot see the puzzle under the piece slots) so you must rely on shape recognition or memory to figure out where each piece goes.
The Outline tile toggles between showing or hiding an outline of the piece slots.
- If turned on, the player can see an outline of each piece in the puzzle, making it easier to identify and match the piece to its slot.
- When off, there are no outlines for slots-more difficult.
The pieces slider lets you choose more or less pieces for the puzzle. By default, it’s set to 6 pieces (for kids.) It can be decreased to 4 and increased to 24.
The play button starts the puzzle!
The back button in the upper left takes you back to the puzzle select screen where you can choose a different puzzle.
This is the current project. If you’re interested in this or our other kids apps, like Eggroll Games on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates.