14-year-old dev's first game tops iOS free apps list (we'll just say it: aww...)
Ross Miller|January 18, 2011 12:58 AM
Eighth graders of the world: you're not overachieving enough. Meet Robert Nay, the subject of today's feel-good story. The 14-year old Utah native designed a simple-and-fun mobile game and managed to rack up a million downloads within two weeks of its December 29th launch. Which thrust his game to the top of the iTunes Free Apps list (and subsequently netted another 400,000 downloads, according to AllThingsD). Bubble Ball's the game, also available in the Android Market. Give it a shot, and then do more with yourself, k?
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