Well, it’s time to pick which engine/sdk I am going to use to make my dice game. Now the big question is what game engine to use. There may be […]
Android Remote Control through ADB
Today, I stumbled on perhaps the most ingenious use of ADB ever: Remote control your Android phone through adb A program and write-up by Marian Schedenig, that they shared on […]
Interview With Frozen Bubble App Creator Pawel Fedorynski!
Frozen Bubble has been one of those fun staples of the Linux community for quite some time now, so when I realized that it was also available on Android, I […]
Triple check that, will ya?
A long long time ago I can still remember how That App used to make me smile…. And I knew if I had my chance That I could make those […]
Cancel all notifications!
While trying to update and add features to my old open source Hourglass app, I decided that the issue posted asking for a notification cancel button was a pretty good […]
Fool’s Mate Friday: Touching up the User Interface….
My uncle once told me that a good paint job will sell a bad airplane. He’s right. As an airplane mechanic, he knew the value of the planes that he […]
Fool’s Mate Friday: Keeping the king safe!
The word “Checkmate” in Chess comes from the Persian phrase “Shah Mat,” which means “the King is dead.” While in the starting position, there are eight different ways to checkmate in […]
Fool’s Mate Friday: Perilous times for pawns!
Did you know that the piece with the lowest survival rate is the white queen’s pawn at d2? That’s right, out of 2.2 million master level games, this pawn survives […]
Fool’s Mate Friday: Keeping the King on the move!
When it comes to king moves, the most interesting is castling, for which I did manage to find a few statistics on the web, based on official games: White castles […]
Fool’s Mate Friday: Quickly created Queens
Ah, the most powerful piece in the game. The queen. She can move in eight directions over great distances, she can outmaneuver any single piece on the board, she is […]