[casual_games] Salutations. Seeking Recommendation for an Android/iPhone Game Development Platform for a Multiplayer Card Game...
oscar is oscar
oscar.oscar.oscar at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 13:52:16 EDT 2011
I agree that Unity may be more "gun" than is needed for this fight,
but the client wants mobile AND web clients. And the popularity of
Unity leads me to believe that finding the right developer for the
project's budget will be a bit easier.
I'm not sold yet on which is the RIGHT platform, yet.
But damned if Unity isn't looking better and better.
On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 1:32 PM, Rob C <rcarroll23 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I’ve worked with developers that have used Marmalade and Moai for their
> mobile platforms and they have been pretty happy with them.
> Unity is definitely one of the best platforms out there currently, but if
> you’re only looking to do a 2d card game it might be more engine then you
>> From: oscar.oscar.oscar at gmail.com
>> Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2011 12:17:31 -0400
>> To: Casual_Games at igda.org
>> Subject: [casual_games] Salutations. Seeking Recommendation for an
>> Android/iPhone Game Development Platform for a Multiplayer Card Game...
>> I'm seeking out tech to make a card game for a client.
>> Game will be multiplayer, online and local (people whipping out their
>> mobiles and playing together).
>> Game will also have a single player mode (human vs. AI)
>> I am considering Flash (people seem to appreciate its new ability to
>> output to iOS), Unity3d, and a few other options, but I would REALLY
>> appreciate the learned wisdom of you guys out there.
>> Any engines/development environments out there I should be considering?
>> Oscar Aird
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