February 13, 2012

The Future of Sparrow and Starling

Wow, it's been quite a while since I wrote the last blog post! I think it's time that I give all of you an update of what has been going on and, more importantly, what will be happening in the coming weeks and months. Gamua The most important news first:...

December 20, 2011

iStencyl

Hi folks, today I have another announcement for you: Some of you will already know Stencyl and their no-code-instant-release game creation suite called Stencylworks. I am happy to inform you that they have a new product available that may very well be of interest to you: iStencyl. iStencyl makes you...

November 24, 2011

Lil' Birds

Hi folks, today we are very happy to brief you on something a bit aside from this blog's default candy: We just got word from Villain that their newest game Lil' Birds landed in the AppStore today. Lil' Birds allows you to breed, pet, feed, collect and share birds to...

September 21, 2011

Say hello to the Starling Framework!

Hi folks, I've got some busy weeks behind me, working hard on Sparrow's new sibling, the Starling Framework. I already hinted that a new project is in the works in the Cocos2D Podcast, and some forum members might have read some mysterious remarks on that topic, too. Well, I'm excited...

September 11, 2011

Kabaam is available

Hi everyone, Daniel has already teased this in the recent podcast about Sparrow ;-) but now it is official: Our fun little project Kabaam has hit the App Store today. Naturally it's a single malt Sparrow App seasoned with just a little bit of UIKit. As if that wasn't enough...

August 25, 2011

Sparrow-Framework.org hacked [solved]

Hi folks, some of you might have had an unpleasant surprise on their last visit of the Sparrow-Framework pages. They were welcomed not with a cute, innocent, little bird - but with this serious looking security guy: You can imagine how thrilled I was at his appearance! Well, the fact...

August 24, 2011

Sparrow on the Cocos2D Podcast!

Yes, you've read the title correctly! April 1st is long gone, so this is no joke! :-) (I considered adding a few pink and red hearts between the two logos - but perhaps this would have been a little too cheesy g.) Mohammad Azam and Steffen Itterheim, the creators of...