In Part 1 of this series of posts, I've detailed how SuperCell made Clash of Clans gives what I called the 'Not-so-punishable Punishment' to the players when they are being attacked. In this part, I'm going to detail how do they discourage high level players from bullying lower level, a.k.a 'noobs' (newbies).
Tethering via Bluetooth saves tons of battery!
One does not simply ask for huge sum of money and expect it to be given in less than six hours. *caress my only RM20 note*
Clash of Clans is a strategy game created by SuperCell Games for iOS devices. At first it seemed like a typical 'harvest-your-crop' and 'attack other players' game. Yeah, like any other farmville-ish games out there. But there's a lot more to it that makes the player feels rewarded, and does not discourage them too much.
Interesting. My iPhone 4's tether quality drops dramatically once the unit heats up. It becomes normal again once I turned the air conditioning on.
The trend on making websites based on Twitter's Bootstrap front-end framework is picking up for the last few months, and there are a few individuals and organizations out there making themes for this framework.
Today, I'm going to introduce BootstrapStyler, where you can get your awesome and clean Bootstrap Themes that you can use in any of your web development projects!
I find their themes very easy on the eyes, and pleasing to use for extended hours (imagine that account manager that is going to use your CRM app? yeah, now imagine him staring at your UI for hours and hours).
Ever since I released a few screenshot of my Bootstrap-based PHPBB3 Theme in Dribbble, I've gotten some interests and queries from fellow dribblers and forum users alike.
I would like to wish Happy Teachers' Day to all my teaching friends!