We Accept The October Challenge!

Posted by (twitter: @Dixumgames)
October 3rd, 2013 12:18 pm

Hey guys!

We, Dixum has decided to join the October challenge. As we are a new game dev company  we see great potential in this opportunity. We are at the moment two persons at the company, me and my friend. I have participated in Ludum Dare challenges many times and I really love it.

We think that the October Challenge will be  a great way to get us kick started into game development. I have made a lot of small and fun games in the past. I have also published a few. My partner is a great friend of mine and his responsibility is to do the marketing and business.  We do this primarily to learn and have fun. If we will be able to turn this into a profitable company and make a living by doing this it would be awesome!

We have decided us to niche our products, our games that we will develop . We want to create high polished, friendly, safe and educational games on handheld devices for the Swedish market. Targeting young children.

For this challenge we will create a simple math game that we will release onto Google Play  and hopefully later to App Store.

The idea of the game is to help children learn basic math skills and how to make calculations faster.  A simple concept that you need to know if you want to improve you calculation abilities is the so called “ten buddies”.

For instance,  7 + 3 = 10, 9 +1 = 10 and so on.

 

Here is a screenshot from the current build.

The awesome numbers are created by : http://www.vickiwenderlich.com/

The awesome numbers are created by : http://www.vickiwenderlich.com/

It is a very simple game at its core and we hope that we will be able to earn a dollar.

I will try to post as much as I can and I will update you with other ways to follow us in the near future.

Cheers guys!

David – game devloper at Dixum.

 

 

 

 

 

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