Jul 03, 2013 - Durham-based BakedHamSoft announces the release of the long-awaited version 2.0 of its disc golf scoring app for iOS, Disc Golf Scorekeeper. The app has been rebuilt completely from the ground up to include all the most sought-after features for tracking disc golf scores. Just a few of the new features include GPS tracking of disc strokes, finding nearby courses, and sharing scorecards via social networks or e-mail.
Feb 24, 2012 - Durham-based Baked Ham Games today introduces Narratavius Story Engine 1.0, their new interactive fiction app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Narratavius is a free app for playing a variety of original text-based adventure games. Different stories or adventures from any number of independent authors and genres can be downloaded and played. From there, the user can engage in an unlimited variety of quests, very much in the style of a choose-your-own-adventure.
Nov 18, 2011 - Baked Ham Games is currently running a reward-based crowd-funding campaign for Narratavius, an engine that will allow independent authors to create text-based adventure stories (also known as interactive fiction) from many different genres. Users will be able to interact with all of these stories and control their destinies, right from their iOS device.
May 10, 2011 - Baked Ham Games, a North Carolina-based creator of mobile applications, today announced the release of Otto the Otter, a new children's book app for the iPhone/iPad. Based on the children's book written by Ian Mehr and illustrated by Erik Reichenbach. Baked Ham Games also announced a continuation of the Otto the Otter iTunes Giveaway Sweepstakes. Sixteen winners of the prior giveaway received prizes such as an iTunes giftcard, a copy of the book and promo codes for the app.
Apr 14, 2011 - North Carolina based Baked Ham Games today announces an iTunes giveaway sweepstakes to promote their upcoming release of Otto the Otter, a completely new children's book app for the iPhone, iPad and iPad touch. Sweepstakes entries are totally free and anyone can enter at the Otto the Otter Website. The mobile app will provide electronic access to the hardcopy book. This new app will provide multiple modes for children to interact with the book, including narration in paid versions.