Billion Device offers high-end iPhone Game Programming solutions customized to provide smooth and incredible gaming experience for a fast and rapidly changing tablet industry. Right from client engagement, ideation and strategizing, UX/UI, application development, testing, deployment and maintenance and upgrade, we assist you throughout the iPhone game development lifecycle.
iOS (formerly iPhone OS) is a mobile operating system created and developed by Apple Inc. exclusively for its hardware. It is the operating system that presently powers many of the company's mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It is the second most popular mobile operating system globally after Android by sales. iPad tablets are also the second most popular, by sales, against Android since 2013, when Android tablet sales increased by 127%
A mobile game is a video game played on a feature phone, smartphone, smartwatch, PDA, tablet computer, portable media player or calculator.
Today, mobile games are usually downloaded from app stores as well as from mobile operator's portals, but in some cases are also preloaded in the handheld devices by the OEM or by the mobile operator when purchased, via infrared connection, Bluetooth, memory card or side loaded onto the handset with a cable.
iPhone games have completely transformed the mobile gaming landscape with user interactivity, rich graphics and huge marketability potential. With Smartphone revolution and increasing popularity of cutting-edge iPhone devices, the iPhone gaming market is indeed lucrative for businesses who want to go mobile. So, if you are in the sphere of game development, creating amazing games for iPhone is the best way to catch a major share of the mobile market and deliver superlative gaming experience to your customers.
Apple is making it easier than ever to build iOS apps and games for iPhone, and even Apple Watch games. Thanks to the company's new Xcode 7 development environment, Swift programming language and all-new tools like Metal, now is a great time to get started with iOS app and game development.
Before you dive into any app development, it's important to plan out the app. While there isn't any set way to build a plan for the app, here are some things you should put in writing:
1. The goal What is the app ultimately designed to do? Keep it as simple and to the point as possible, The Camera app takes photos, enables simple edits, and shares them.
2. The scopeAgree on all the features that the app is going to include. Beware of feature creep (putting in too many new ideas) as you go. Decide what features are in, and what are out, before you start.
3. Theme and strategyWhat are the app's theme and strategy going to be like? Is it a happy, friendly app, or a stark and efficient business tool? Decide on your marketing strategy, and ensure that the app style matches your strategy up front.
4. Sketch out the interfaceYou need to sketch out each display and map out the interaction of each button.
5. Gather assestsApple provides a lot of stock buttons and icons (you should use these) but you will need logos, graphics and maybe audio assets.
All above mentioned steps are required for development of a good app.But here,at Billion Devices the idea will be yours and we will develop app beyond your expectation that will surely lead to increased no of downloads at apple store.
1. Come Up With a Game IdeaAn idea is the first thing that comes to mind when a game is being described.
2. Develop the ConceptA game concept is a brief document containing a quick game overview and basic representation of four building blocks of every game.
3. Develop the Proof of Concept Some parts of the concept document need to be verified as soon as possible.
4. Create a Game Design Document (GDD)A game design document is a highly descriptive and detailed document of the design for a game>
5. Create PrototypesCreate PrototypesWhile most of the mechanics are already tested during the PoC phase, it is important to create a playable prototype for your target platform.
6. Design ArchitectureMost of the game functions and scenarios evolve during the development stage. Hardly any game in the world looks and behaves like it was initially described in the GDD.
7. DevelopmentWith the architecture already designed and prototypes created, the team should have no problems with the actual development.
8. Test the GameAs soon as the first playable versions are available, QAs and beta testers should join the team.
3. Support the GameFor most mobile and web projects, a release is just the start of the long road. To achieve a continual growth of the user base and high retention rates, the game updates are critical.
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