After being picked by Apple to attend the company's developer conference, he was given a chance to pitch them—and seized the moment.
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If “engagement” and “time spent” are the metrics of success, won’t that just lead people to make games that encourage it?
In another world, 'Grindstone' is a cool idea undercut by frustrating and intrusive microtransactions. Here, you're allowed to focus on the game. What a concept!
‘Sky’ is a “romantic, social” game that you can play with a single finger.
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