Our team at ByHumans have taken the test and created a nice little prototype of a puzzle game last january. We have been working part time on this product which we called Globbee while investing more and more ressources towards finishing Invisible Kingdoms. The goal of this simple one button game is to tap quickly or longer on screen to make the puzzle elements on screen rotate. This enables the auto-advancing hero find its way to its goal which is represented by a heart.
If you have the time please take the time to rate our first title to come out. IOS version is waiting approval.
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Hi to all, its been quite a while since the last update. Last year I was busy working all summer long for Ubisoft on the announced Watchdog game. In last may, I founded with some close friends a new company named ByHumans which puts human values, hardship and dedication to making great mobile games a central goal. You will hear from us in the next month as we unveil more content from our first title “Invisible Kingdom”.
I just recently bought a Gtablet from viewsonic, the rooting process was surprisingly easy and fun to do. I will use this as the basis dev tool along with Unity3d to make a pack of games for the android store. We are aiming at a december or so release date. There should be a fun racing game, a sim game as well as a surprise we leave you to find out
Latest news from my tutorials is that Epic released a serie of programming gems special thanks to Unikz for the links
Creating a mouse interface:
If you happen to want to know how to root a Gtablet here are the links :
I suggest Installing the Vegan ROM as it is for tablets, I used Cyanogen, but found it was more towards phones.
Link to make dba work (usb connection for debuggin) usb dev for windows
You have to uninstall all usb drivers for the tablet with a software called usbdevview and then point to the drivers you fetch from the google repositories. Read it all in the above link.
Late Monday, a majority of the FCC’s commissioners indicated that they’re going to vote with Chairman Julius Genachowski for a toothless Net Neutrality rule.
According to all reports, the rule, which will be voted on during tomorrow’s FCC meeting, falls drastically short of earlier pledges by President Obama and the FCC Chairman to protect the free and open Internet.
The rule is so riddled with loopholes that it’s become clear that this FCC chairman crafted it with the sole purpose of winning the endorsement of AT&T and cable lobbyists, and not defending the interests of the tens of millions of Internet users.
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For the first time in history of telecommunications law the FCC has given its stamp of approval to online discrimination.
Instead of a rule to protect Internet users’ freedom to choose, the Commission has opened the door for broadband payola – letting phone and cable companies charge steep tolls to favor the content and services of a select group of corporate partners, relegating everyone else to the cyber-equivalent of a winding dirt road.
Instead of protecting openness on wireless Internet devices like the iPhone and Droid, the Commission has exempted the mobile Internet from Net Neutrality protections. This move enshrines Verizon and AT&T as gatekeepers to the expanding world of mobile Internet access, allowing them to favor their own applications while blocking, degrading or de-prioritizing others.
Instead of re-establishing the FCC’s authority to act as a consumer watchdog over the Internet, it places the agency’s authority on a shaky and indefensible legal footing — giving ultimate control over the Internet to a small handful of carriers.
Hey who would have guessed that, with Zenimax buying out Id software, it was kinda written in the sky