Pangea Ends Mac Development In Favor Of iPhone
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 38 comments
In a video interview with The Guardian, Pangea Software's Brian Greenstone revealed that the company would no longer be developing products for Macs, choosing instead to focus exclusively on iPhone titles. So far Apple's iPhone has earned Pangea $1.5 million, a number which Greenstone said makes Mac development earnings seem like "lunch money" in comparison.
There are over 27 thousand applications for the iPhone, a platform that has revolutionised the handheld gaming industry. For one Mac developer, it's the platform that made his company $1.5 million.Click over to the link below to check out the interview.
The Guardian UK: How To Be A Successful iPhone Developer
Brian Greenstone, creator of the phenomenon Enigmo - a game that's sold 810,000 units in six months - speaks with the gamesblog at the annual South by Southwest Interactive festival, about what it takes to be a successful developer for the new platform.
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