I just posted an article on the game Project Giana on the website of the GameLab Freiburg.
The game, developed by the German studio Black Forest Games, has a great look & gameplay elements that will appeal to fans of classic jump an run games like Super Mario as well as modern remake afcionados (Rayman Origins comes to mind).
The Kickstarter-Projekt will run for another 10 days, until August 31st.
WebOS is in the early stages of Open Source and developers continue doing great things for this fantastic OS.
LunaCE (pronounced ‘lunacy’) is “a collection of all the best LunaSysMgr improvements for the HP TouchPad, rolled into a single convenient installation package.” The creators made a contest for a Logo and here is my submission, along with a few colour variants.
My main inspirations were the HTML5 & EnyoJS Logos. The meaning should be obvious. The moon symbolizes Luna and at the same time the C, while the three lines make a stylized E. Luna Community Edition.
All submissions, of which I hope there will be a lot, are collected in the WebOS Ports Wiki.
I write an article on the new gaming console OUYA today on the GameLab Freiburg website. I asked the OUYA team some questions and got answers from founder and CEO Julie Uhrmann.
I think the console will be a great thing for the gaming market. It definitely looks great and if it really is only as big as a Rubik’s Cube (~ 6 cm³ / 2,5 in³) that’s incredible.
Here’s a virtual size comparison:
Hier mal ein virtueller Vergleich:
You can still pre-order the OUYA on Kickstarter till Wednesday.