[citation][nom]stormvice[/nom]Set a price for iPhone users, make profit and release for free to Android Users? I laughed a lotUsing a Milestone. Very funny game.[/citation]
Why not? isheep have been proven to have more money than sense.
[citation][nom]maxh2[/nom]It's available on the market, as well. The catch is ads. There is an ad displayed at the bottom at the beginning of each level, but it goes away after a few seconds.[/citation]
Yep... actually i perfer to pay 99c than be spammed by adds, but to each its own.
When I look for an app, I go to the Marketplace. Maybe Google's openness is lost on me here, but I didn't even know there were third-party app dealers for Android. Getjar? Never heard of it. Of course, the only third-party app I ever installed was Swype, and I only heard of that after multiple articles on various websites.
When releasing a Free game, why not use the Marketplace? Its not like Google can take a cut of $0. And who on an Android phone is going to think "hey, I wonder if they offer a Symbian version of this app"? Multiple websites? Ever heard of auto-detect and redirect? When I go to redbox.com, they point me to their Android-friendly website.
It doesn't support QVGA resolution so not luck for HTC G1 (Dream)users.
It is a 12MB download but it needs around 45MB available space while installing.
It occupies 14MB of space after installation.
Great entertaining game though.
[citation][nom]ericburnby[/nom]Proven? By who?Must be so upsetting to you basement dwelling still at home with mom nerds when successful, well educated and highly intelligent people decide to buy an Apple product.[/citation]
You do realize you got trolled right? That's not a hallmark of someone well educated or highly intelligent.