With everyone creating Crossy Road clones these days (which is a clone of Frogger for those of you too young to know any different!), I just had to do something to jump on the band wagon I’m proud to announce another fun little game… Zombie Crossing!

Zombie Crossing, New Game – Free Codes!

As some of you may know, I am a bit of a fan of Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns. So much so, that in the last year or so I’ve jumped on 23 Indiegogo and 23 Kickstarter campaigns over the last year – I’ve gone ahead and drafted up some images […]

Kickstarter vs Indiegogo 46 Tech Campaigns Compared

Are you trying to get BFB (Built for BlackBerry) designation for your Unity game on BlackBerry?  Or just looking for the quickest way to setup the Moga gamepad?  Arguably, the easiest way is to simply add gamepad support. This post will show you step-by-step how to add the Moga game-pad […]

Setting Up Moga Gamepad for BlackBerry 10 in Unity3D

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As a developer, every now and then you find yourself on a project of passion.  These are apps and games of immense value to you personally, that you just loved creating.  The app or game may sell miserably and family may have missed you for weeks while you worked on […]

The Making of Vector Wars

As a developer, there are many times where I don’t “quite” finish an application.  And today, while hunting for a screenshot, I realized my camera folder was full of hidden goodies. Sometimes I get busy, or I forget, or its a half-assembled project that I just don’t have time to […]

Beta Apps – Unfinished Toys

Since creating the first article, I’ve had a barrage of requests to create a follow up article.  Before I jump into those though, I want to mention that following the previous article several developers have made changes to their code and one developer in particular has taken the article seriously […]

Web Security Analysis of (more) BlackBerry 10 Applications

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In case you didn’t notice, BlackBerry very quietly removed Adobe Flash from their BlackBerry devices in the latest 10.3.1 update.  Well, now you can add it back if you want it!

Getting Flash Back on BlackBerry 10.3.1