The wait is over: Crazy Belts in Google Play and App Store!

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Well, we’ve been announcing it for some weeks and finally it’s a reality! Crazy Belts is available through the major online stores for Android and iOS: Google Play and App Store. Both versions are free! We hope you enjoy the game and tell your friends, and of course we’ll still be very grateful on getting your feedback. Not only in the stores, but also here in the comments, in our Fan Page or Twitter account. The thing is… we want to talk with you! 🙂

The press is already saying nice things about Crazy Belts, so we couldn’t be happier now. Here you can read the review in Fanappic, and another great one in Iphone Glance. In Spanish, one of the most important Android websites, El Androide Libre, has also talked about us. Remember we will be on Barcelona’s Gamelab this week, so expect more news on Crazy Belts and our upcoming games soon.



New updates on Crazy Belts: Greenlight and Gamelab awards

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Exciting news on Crazy Belts! First of all, our desktop version has reached Steam Greenlight. There they are, our lovely bags trying to enter the big leagues! It’s a tough path, so we need any support you can give us. Please vote for us here! And if you bought the Groupees bundle and/or have the game in Desura, don’t worry: we’ll provide you a Steam key if the game is greenlit.

And another great announcement for you today: Crazy Belts have been selected as a finalist in Gamelab awards, in the Best Browser – Social Network Game category. We’re still trembling! It’s an amazing honor just to be on the list with other great games like Diamond Digger Saga or Mutant Busters. We’re crossing our fingers, but winning or losing is not that important: either way we’ve already accomplished a dream.

We’ll be attending Gamelab from June 25  to 27. You can encounter us here, talk with us… and also discover our upcoming game. Whoooa! More info coming soon!

Porting libGDX projects to Windows 8.1 Desktop/Tablet and Phone

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This tutorial attempts to describe the process of how the Jemchicomac team has ported Crazy Belts (developed in LibGDX) to Windows 8.1 Desktop, Tablet and Phone.