Mar 10, 2016 - Charlotte based game developer, Dan Russell-Pinson today introduces Stack the States 2, the sequel to his very popular geography game, Stack the States. Stack the States 2 adds new question types, new bonus games, voice mode, 3D graphics and a detailed interactive map. The main stacking game has been improved and features 10 brand new 3D scenes depicting different US locations. An improved version of the bonus game Map It is included as well as two new bonus games: Capital Tap and Connect 2.
Dec 15, 2014 - Charlotte based game developer, Dan Russell-Pinson today introduces Off the Rails 1.0, his new game title for iOS. Off the Rails is a unique game that allows you to build complex roller coasters in real time by simply tilting your screen. Players can create loops, corkscrews, barrel rolls, jumps and more while earning 75+ different game objectives. You can save your roller coasters and ride them again and again with your choice of 14 different vehicles.
Apr 23, 2014 - Charlotte based game developer, Dan Russell-Pinson today introduces Tower Math 1.0 for iOS. Tower Math makes practicing math fun by combining the excitement of tower defense games with arithmetic. The numbers have been turned into monsters and it's up to the player to save them. To break the spell, children must build magic towers by solving math problems. The app comes with 20 unique environments and allows for up to 5 player profiles so each member of the family can track their own progress.
May 01, 2013 - Charlotte-based game developer, Dan Russell-Pinson today announces Tipping Point for iPad. Tipping Point is an immersive, photorealistic adventure game. Solving each puzzle reveals another layer of the intriguing story behind Tipping Point. This long awaited release completes the series with a brand new chapter 5 and an epilogue. Tipping Point gained a large following on the web due to its quirky storyline, challenging puzzles, original music and unusual look and feel.
May 15, 2012 - Charlotte based game developer Dan Russell-Pinson announces Monster Physics 1.0 for iPhone and iPad devices. Monster Physics is the latest app from the developer of the very popular Stack the States which is currently a Top 5 education app in the iPhone and iPad App Stores. Monster Physics is a unique building app that lets you play with physics. Build and operate your own car, crane, rocket ship, plane, helicopter, tank and more.
Jun 23, 2011 - Charlotte-based game developer Dan Russell-Pinson announces Presidents vs. Aliens 1.0 for iPhone and iPad devices. Presidents vs. Aliens is the latest app from the developer of the very popular Stack the States which is currently a Top 5 education app in the iPhone and iPad App Stores. Presidents vs. Aliens makes learning about the US presidents fun with a unique blend of education and casual, arcade-style gaming.
Feb 16, 2011 - Charlotte-based game developer Dan Russell-Pinson today announces Stack the Countries 1.0 for iPhone and iPad devices. Stack the Countries makes learning world geography fun with a unique blend of education and casual, arcade-style gaming. Answer questions correctly and then build a stack of countries that reaches the checkered line. The game includes almost 200 country flash cards and interactive maps of the world so players can brush up on their country knowledge or use them for reference.
Jan 27, 2010 - Charlotte-based game developer Dan Russell-Pinson today announces Collider 1.0 for iPhone and iPod Touch devices. Collider is an addictive strategy game featuring crisp graphics, a powerful physics engine, randomized music and a unique style of gameplay. The goal of Collider is to destroy all of the positive and negative particle balls on the screen. The iPhone port has preserved and enhanced every aspect of the original game and offers more than twice as many levels.
Jan 13, 2010 - Charlotte, North Carolina Game developer Dan Russell-Pinson resorts to begging iPhone game reviewers to give him publicity, defacing famous works of art and making juvenile jokes about balls in order to promote his new physics-based iPhone game called Collider, due to be released by the end of January, 2010. Collider is an addictive, physics-based iPhone game featuring 56 intricate levels of play and dynamically generated music.