Acro Media Makes Video Games!
Have you ever tried to create a video game? If yes, and you are looking for a job, send us a resume. If no, please continue reading. Building a video game is pretty complex. The process involves development of 3D environments, cinematics, terrain images, concept animation, game play functionality, user experience, and user orientation. Are you still with me? Or are you still scratching your head trying to figure out how to play the first pong game?
We are currently involved in building a few games for clients to launch to the iTunes app store. One example that we’ve just launched with a client can be seen here: http://www.flipagon.com/ Have you played it yet? When you do, let us know what you think! You might not have noticed, but there were some complex development features we had to overcome building Flipagon. For example the ingame Flipagon puzzle's movement is dynamically generated 3D imaging, as opposed to the movement being pre-rendered video animations. This dynamic animation was created using the OpenGL 3D graphic API. We forgive you if you didn’t notice the first time you played, just make sure you do next time!
Speaking of video games, do you ever wonder how close we are to mainstream acceptance of virtual reality? It doesn’t take much of a leap to realize that technology like the Nintendo Wii was first generation motion sensor gaming user acquisition. As a web development company you would think we would love virtual reality, but in truth, we are strong lovers of the natural world. One thing we can be certain of; the future will involve more of a choice. What choice will you make? What games will you play? Check Acro Media out on Facebook and let us know. We are curious what other games people are playing these days...