Reading Up on iPhone Game Development

Wed, Jan 20, 2010

Industry, iPhone, Mobile

When it comes to designing and creating apps for the iPhone, developers Paul Zirkle and Joe Hogue wrote the book. Seriously, they wrote the book. Well, a book, anyway, entitled iPhone Game Development, now being published by O’Reilly Media. Zirkle and Hogue, veteran mobile developers for Konami and EA, respectively, have compiled a complete guide to the iPhone development process — all the way from designing software for the iPhone’s unique features, up to navigating the submission and publication process.

“Apple is a really strong company to partner with, and the doors are open. And yet, the true potential for iPhone games has yet to be tapped; there is still plenty of room for innovation out there,” said Zirkle in a press release. Promising an introduction to programming, tips on implementing helpful APIs, and more, iPhone Game Development is available for aspiring mobile magnates for $34.99.

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