AppEasy closed beta is now closed to the general public. We may still consider a few exceptional cases such as those that have games or apps that have been released or are closed to being released that use the IwGame Engine as well as larger developers that may be looking to adopt AppEasy technology.
We’re hoping that beta is finished by the end of September 2012.
If you are interested in investing in Phase 2 of AppEasy (WYSIWYG game and app visual editor) then please get in touch at http://www.appeasymobile.com/register-interest
Also, apologies to any IwGame engine users that are still awaiting response to questions. We are currently prioritising AppEasy development and support until the end of beta, so IwGame Engine support will be very slow until after that point.
AppEasy the cross platform mobile development system sponsors Uni Jam 2012
We are excited to announce that Nottingham Trent Development Society (DevSoc) at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) are hosting a 24 hour games programming contest between NTU and a number of other universities. 100 people, in teams of 3-5 members, will be invited to take part. It is hoped that this event will bring about a sense of friendly competition between universities, and create opportunities for further corroborative and competitive events in the future. The competition takes place at the NTU city campus in the Newton building
When the 24 hours are up the judges will choose a winning game for each of the following criteria:
Best Overall Game
AppEasy have donated 5 licenses and reserved spots in their closed beta for the winners of the most innovative game category.
For more information about joining the competition or donating prizes please visit the Devsoc website
To find out more about the AppEasy project please see http://www.appeasymobile.com
We have some wonderful news. Today we finally began closed beta testing of our up and coming Marmalade / IwGame powered cross platform app development system AppEasy. AppEasy allows you to develop games and apps using mark-up language similar to HTML but designed specifically for high performance native games and apps. You can also use the optimised Lua API to enhance apps and games developed using AppEasy. You can find out more about AppEasy by visiting our “work in progress” web site at http://www.appeasymobile.com/. AppEasy puts mobile app and game development into the hands of everyone.
We have decided to double the number of users that can join our beta test program. If you would like to join then please register your interest at http://appeasymobile.com/register-interest