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Julhelm

The game I've been working on is finally on iTunes

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Pacific Fleet 2.0 is a 3D turnbased naval combat game for iPhone and iPad

 

You can battle away in glorious 3D with battleships, divebombers, submarines, bombard islands with battleships and perform daring torpedo strikes on the enemy as both USN and IJN in single player campaigns , custom battle generator and hotseat multiplayer if you have a friend. It's part strategy, part artillery game!

 

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It's great to see the game is getting well-recieved so far. We really want to make another game for the tablets since we feel the platform is well suited to more complex sim and strategy games.

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It's great to see the game is getting well-recieved so far. We really want to make another game for the tablets since we feel the platform is well suited to more complex sim and strategy games.

 

I take it you mean "compared to phones" and not "compared to a PC."

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No, well-suited as in well-suited. Touch interfaces can be made much more intuitive and userfriendly than using a mouse. And expectations are lower. It is rather difficult for a two-man team to develop a competitive sim on the PC without publisher funding,

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I'm not a fan of touch interfaces in gaming for the simple reason that my hands are not transparent.

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Obviously if your hands are obscuring the gameplay then that's down to poor GUI design. We try to design ours so that you only ever need to tap/drag around the edges of the screen.

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I'll give it a go over lunch. Thanks for the heads up and congrats Julhelm.

 

-Jeff

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Julhelm, any chance of porting that game to Android?

Yep. Should be done within a couple of months.

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