Posted November 07, 2018 05:06:55 With the iPhone’s arrival and the release of Apple’s next-generation software, Apple fans have been left scratching their heads as to how to create an iPhone game.
There are plenty of great examples to be found on the internet, but what if you could create your own?
Here’s our guide to creating your own iOS game.
What you need to know about iOS games This article was originally published in September 2018 and updated November 07th, 2018 to reflect new developments.
iOS games are still a relatively new concept and the market is quite small, but developers are creating some of the most exciting and addictive mobile games around.
Here’s a guide to help you get started.
What are games?
iOS games have the potential to be very different to what we see on the PC or console, but the key differences are the size of the screen and the number of players in a multiplayer environment.
They also rely on the graphics engine, called OpenGL, to run smoothly on the device.
The best part about games, though, is that they’re free to download and play.
There’s no need to buy a game license or buy an app, as they’re all built from the ground up for the iOS platform.
Apple is also making it easier for developers to build games with iOS devices.
In the latest update to iOS, developers can now create iOS apps using the developer tools and SDKs that were previously reserved for apps for the Mac OS X platform.
The most notable of these are the Developer Center SDK for iOS, which allows developers to create apps for iOS and macOS and the SDK for Xcode for the Windows and Linux platforms.
iOS game makers can also create iOS games for both iOS and Android devices.
Here are some of our favourites.
Apple’s latest iOS game for iOS 7 – ‘Apple Watch’ Developer: Kalypso MediaThe Apple Watch has a lot of potential in games, but a lot more to offer than just playing games.
The Watch has several capabilities to make games work well with iOS: games can be built with different graphics, sound, UI and even animations.
This is especially helpful for games where the player needs to interact with the environment to progress through it.
The developer can also take advantage of the Watch’s accelerometer, gyroscope and other sensors to track the player’s movements.
Developers can also use the Watch to control the UI, such as adding new items or actions.
‘Apple TV’ Developers: Atsushi Murakami, Chris Chastain, Alex KrivosyanThe Apple TV is a lot like the Apple Watch, but it’s also built with iOS in mind.
It comes with a range of features and it’s very easy to add your own to create your very own iOS iOS game on the TV.
This game, ‘Apple Teacup’ by Alex Kravosyan, is a fantastic example of what a ‘game’ can be.
You’re tasked with picking up a cup of tea and going around an island.
Each cup has different ingredients that can be combined and consumed, making it a really addictive experience.
There will also be challenges and a boss battle, so the whole experience is worth playing.
‘Cute’ by Atsumi Murakama, Chris Chan, Michael Whelan and Michael G. WilsonThe ‘Cuteness’ by Michael W. Wang and Chris Chan is another fantastic iOS game that’s a lot about making things cute.
There is a small village in the background, but you have to keep an eye out for mysterious people.
You’ll need to make a variety of interesting choices to win and advance in the game, and the best part is, you can use the Apple TV’s built-in microphone and camera to help out.
‘Nimble’ by Tetsuya Nomura and Atsumitsu MurakamuraThe ‘Nimbleness’ by Tomonobu Ito is a charming side-scrolling game about collecting apples to be eaten.
Each apple has a different function that can help you, and you can also collect items from enemies that are in the world.
This makes the game a lot less frustrating when you’ve got to wait for the right apple to drop.
‘Asteroid’ by Hiroki Kamiya, Kenichiro Nishimura, Yoshimitsu Uematsu and Tomonori SuzukiThe ‘Astro City’ by Yoshimatsu Uematsumoto, Akihiro Hino and Tomomichi Nakano is another great example of an iOS game built with Android in mind, featuring an incredible soundtrack and fantastic animations.
The game is also free to play, and it uses the same game development tools that are found on Android devices, so you can build an iOS app on top of that.
‘Hexen’ by Shigenori So, there are some interesting iOS games on the market, but there’s one that stands out to us. The hex