June 16, 2013 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Hamburg, Germany - With the simple cost-free arcarde game, Curves 1.0, Levire releases a product for three platforms at once for the first time: iOS, Android and the kickstarter-founded game console OUYA.
After Levire sucessfuly completed 2012 with its karaoke app for children Kinder-Weihnacht, its co-founders Daniel Kiedrowski and Christopher Lege, both from Hamburg, developed a plan and a technology to tap into the versatile opportunities and platforms of the games market with only little manpower.
"We aren't able to afford developing for each different platform separately," says co-founder Kiedrowski, "and even UNITY - which is offering free plans for mobile development these days - wasn't an option for us back then."
Thus, the plan to build a cross-platform technology with available open-source components was quickly concieved and has been successfully implemented in the development and release of Curves.
"We are now able to publish for a minimum of three different platforms with one codebase only. This means both, a good foundation and a big market for our upcoming projects."
Curves is a multiplayer-only game for up to four players on iPad, iPhone, any Android phone or tablet as well as the OUYA-console. The goal of the game is to use ones own curve to cut off the way of the other players while avoiding collisions oneself.
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 6.1 or later
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 5.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Curves 1.0 is Free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Games category. it is also available on Android and OUYA.
Levire is a young start-up from Hamburg, Germany, founded in September 2012 by Christopher Lege and Daniel Kiedrowski. Before the release of Curves, Levire has already developed and published a location-based alarm clock (WakeMeHere) and a karaoke app for children (Kinder-Weihnacht) for iPad and iPhone. Copyright (C) 2013 Levire. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.