tl;dr; Google Play refuses to post my Awnite app update despite allowing other Fortnite fan-art apps.
The first version of Mini Base Kyle: Atlas Rush! is now on the app stores! Help Mini Base Kyle (the neglected hero of Fortnite) protect the Atlas from a relentless assault of enemies.
This is my first game. If you are a Fortnite Save the World fan, check it out and provide some feedback. The graphics are still a work in progress, and there are difficulty balancing issues, but hopefully I will have time to make some additional Mini Base Kyle games in the future.
New version of Awnite is uploading to iOS and Android with support for Fortnite Save the World Ventures. Keep your heroes leveling and rescuing survivors!
- Added Ventures
- Added filtering for defenders, Venture XP, add Storm Alerts
- Speed improvements, better battery life
- Better grouping of reward mats on filter page
- Long-press (marking mission as done) is disabled for the moment
Awnite STW Helper has been updated to include the new Twine Peaks levels 108-128. Enjoy! https://awnage.com/awnite/
Would you trust a bankrupt company with your money?
Another app for public release. If you like Fortnite Save the World, please check out my contribution to your success: Awnite
I finally got around to making my first public app for Android. The Pediatric Blood Pressure Guide is now available on the Google Play App Store. This is a rewrite of my iOS version in Flutter.io. Once I get a hold of a Mac, I’ll make a new iOS version too.
The app is currently in Beta testing, so please try it out and give me feedback. Lots of stars would be awesome too.
Some may wonder why I am charging a dollar for this app when there is a free lookup tool by someone else. Simple. I think my app is better and more user friendly. And I want to recover the cost of the Google developer license. And go get a burger for the capybara.
I am willing to give out a 5 free copies for people who know how to do proper testing and feedback.
My sister-in-law mentioned to me that there are new pediatric blood pressure guidelines as of August 2017, corresponding to the update in adult BP guidelines. The original Pediatrics paper includes several tables that one could print out and carry around, or put up on a wall. While fine for reference, she didn’t see that as very handy in a clinical setting. So, I volunteered to make an app for her.
With an extensive and statistically significant beta testing community (n=1), I decided to publish the app to the Apple App store. I decided to charge $0.99 to cover the cost of the Apple Developers license, and I know people will want support for years to come. Since then I have received some good feedback and plan to incorporate new features (like the data for infants, better explanation of colors, …). I have an Android version that I might publish if I get the time.
Yes, I know. It has not been weekly. Since I last posted a lot of script kiddies populated my logs but not with anything all that interesting. Until today.
In a rare occurrence for me, I am continuing my series of watching hack logs. You can check out all the episodes here: HOTW
For this episode I am pulling out an older record because I think it was rather clever.