Category Archives: Game Development

Kingdoms Defender

Kingdoms Defender is a new tower defense game for Android, made with Cricket Audio. Check it out on the Google Play store!

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Idol Words

Idol Words is a fast-pased word-finding game for iOS and Android, built with Cricket Audio.

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Project Y

Project Y is a real-time strategy game for Android, built using Cricket Audio. It’s still in beta, but has already developed a lively player community.

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Panda: The Curious Cat

Panda: The Curious Cat is an interactive children’s tale about a playful cat that learns to listen to his mother. It was made with Cricket Audio; find more about it on the developer’s¬†website.

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VLAD: Heavy Strike

VLAD: Heavy Strike from Frantic Software is a new 3D shooter built using Cricket Audio; give it a try today!

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BrainHQ

BrainHQ from Posit Science is a “brain training” iOS app designed to improve memory, speed, and attention; it was developed using Cricket Audio. ¬†Download it from the App Store and give it a try!

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Football Playbook

The Football Playbook, a tactical football (soccer) game for iOS, has just been released on the App Store; it was developed by Super Rock Games using Cricket Audio. Give it a try!  

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Tiny Stack

Tiny Stack, an iOS game developed by PenguinBit using Cricket Audio, has recently been released to the App Store. Check it out on the PenguinBit website!

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Anatomy of a cross-platform iOS/Android app

There hasn’t been a lot of news posted lately, which is just because we’ve been busy making some big changes to the Cricket Audio code; we’ll post more about that when we’re ready, we promise! In the meantime, though, I … Continue reading

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