Crows Coming is a new game for iOS that uses the frontal camera to detect your motions. You play a scarecrow, frantically shaking your head side-to-side to prevent the evil crows from jacking your pumpkins.
It’s a cute and catchy concept game. Not the kind to play for hours on end (it’s a little dizzying), but one that highlights the ingenuity of a developer and the latent potential of iOS devices.
Following the previous feature on the Top Made-in-China Apps of 2010, here’s the next post of the series as we continue to track and spotlight developers in China cashing in on global success with the Apple App Store. Chart estimates and observations as follows:
Top Grossing iOS Apps
These apps are ranked by [...]
The Go Android conference in Shanghai turned out a horde of developers and investors who are gung-ho about the native Android platform. But Spil Games is betting on a technology that largely bypasses Android OS requirements: HTML5.
Spil Games is the world’s largest casual game company by traffic across its 47 portals worldwide. It both produces and publishes in China.
It has been a breakthrough year for “Made in China” apps. This will only serve to educate more talented developers about the potential in this space, and inspire them to create innovative apps that would compete against the best apps from the rest of the world in 2011. Hopefully, this post can also encourage more Western media to shine spotlight on these made in China apps, to help more of them fulfill their potential in 2011. 给力！
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