BlackBerry Developers Blog Big thanks to BlackBerry (and Michael from QtHelex) for the coverage of Vector Wars this week on the BlackBerry developer blog.  The support of the community, BlackBerry and other developers is huge and goes a long way!  If you get a chance, their Developer Blog is always […]

Cyber Monday Sale & Features

As some of you may have noticed, our previous website revamp looked fantastic – however the load time was extremely slow. After more testing and analysis than I’d like to go into, we’ve narrowed down the issue.  We also decided not just to simplify the website look and feel, but […]

Website Revamped

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I recently had an interesting discussion with someone over licensing, and how licensing works with 3rd party applications and games and more importantly, what role I choose to play in this regard.  They seemed very confused over what licensing is, or what is happening.   Where FileArchiveHaven Has Been Going […]

Licensing 3rd Party Apps and Games
Hi All, I just wanted to share a cute little game that I put through into BlackBerry World called Purple Monster. Its based on an Android game, and can be quite challenging at times. But I find its a good little time waster. What is it? Fredrick is a purple […]

Purple Monster released in BlackBerry World

I’m proud to announce that Simply Golf has been approved and is available in BlackBerry World! It has 18 holes and supports all devices as well as cross platform multiplayer :). You may also notice that when aiming, if you get too close to the edge of the screen the […]

Simply Golf Released in BlackBerry World

I saw someone earlier asking about accessing the IP camera, costs of the IP camera etc. I hacked into mine so I could do something with it (the EmoSPARK itself is fairly useless to me at the moment).  Below will show you how to connect this IP camera (retails about […]

Hacking the EmoSPARK IP Camera

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A while ago, I shared a comparison of 46 Kickstarter & Indiegogo campaigns, where Indiegogo didn’t exactly come out ahead.  If you remember, one of the campaigns that was trailing behind on Indiegogo was EmoSPARK.  Well, surprisingly it finally shipped! And it arrived, yesterday.

EmoSPARK Dissection & Upgrading the Memory

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Welcome to my first article about developing games for consoles! Over the years I have pushed to many platforms, but I wanted to start building games for console for the first time starting with Zombie Town.  This is not a small en-devour by any means, and there are a lot […]

Making Consoles Games – Part 1: Dev Kits and Dev ...