Developer Seeks Chance At iPhone
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Macworld UK has posted a new article about independent multi-platform game developer Isotope 244 and its desire to develop games for Apple's iPhone. Having recently released a new Sci-Fi RTS titled Machines At War for Mac OS X, Pocket PC, Windows and Windows Mobile platforms, the company's president James Bryant commented on Apple's tight control of the new multimedia phone.
Company president and game developer, James Bryant, explains: "I would love to make games for the iPhone, I was disappointed to hear Apple wasn't allowing third parties to develop games for it, but I wasn't surprised, everything Apple does is kept very locked down." To learn more about Isotope 244's game offerings and read the rest of the Macworld article follow the links below.
Macworld UK: Game Developer Pleads For iPhone Chance
Bryant has been developing games since 1992, taking his company full-time six years ago. "I've never looked back, it was the best decision I ever made." Bryant enjoys the freedom to follow his own paths, and draws much pleasure from his customer's responses to the games he creates.
His decision to develop for the Mac was never a challenge, he believes the platform is in complete resurgence.
"They are everywhere these days. Their name recognition is stronger than ever. I love Apple because every product they make you can tell they spend their time on to get it right, their quality and usability are unmatched," he told Macworld.
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