Post Thumbnail

Pangea Software is celebrating three years of development and US$7 million in sales by making all its iOS applications free for today July 11th. The free-for-all starts at 8 am CST and ends at 8 pm CST. When the free promotion ends, Pangea will lower the price on its iOS apps to 99-cents for a ...

3 years ago 0 Comments
July 11, 2011 at 1:30PM
Post Thumbnail

This week TUAW and MacTech Magazine teamed up to speak to developers at WWDC about the keynote and how Apple's new technologies will help them and their customers. Over the next couple of weeks, we'll bring you those videos here, MacTech.com and MacNews.com. Also, check out the free trial sub...

3 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

While it's certainly not the only genre out there, fantasy has dominated the MMO market for quite a while. Game developers looking for a change typically head in the direction of sci-fi and the future, churning out titles like Fallen Earth and Star Wars: The Old Republic. GoldFire Studios has ch...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

PocketGamer.biz has an interesting interview up with Pangea, makers of the iPhone physics puzzle game Enigmo, and they say that so far, their experience with in-app purchases has been pretty lukewarm. The software itself has sold over a million copies, but only a very small number of those customers...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

In the hustle and madness of yesterday's wayback machine activity, there were a couple of App Store introductions (and a notable upgrade) that might have slipped through... First up: The long-awaited version of Quickoffice for iPhone that allows editing of Word and Excel files hit the store today an...

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Following Sega's Super Monkey Ball iPhone demo during today's WWDC Apple keynote, Pangea Software's Brian Greenstone took the stage to show two games they have been working on, Enigmo and Cro-Mag Rally, both games that date back to at least 2003 for the developer. Said Grenstone, both games took "t...

6 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Here's a nice story. Pangea Software, creators of Bugdom, Nanosaur, Cro-Mag Rally and more, have offered free licenses to any school that makes a request. All you need to do is send a request on the school's official letterhead, signed by the principal, and the contact listed must use a ".k12&q...

8 years ago 0 Comments