Posted on September 25, 2012
Professor Zombie! Released For iOS, Kindle Fire, Android – Plus Professor Palindrome! now On Kindle Fire!
For Immediate Release : 9/25/2012 Producto Studios Releases Professor Zombie! For iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire Redondo Beach, CA: Today Producto Studios released their newest game for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire: Professor Zombie Unscramble! Just in time… Read More
Posted on September 14, 2012
Announcing Professor Zombie! For Android Devices! (Plus a new Free Version of Professor Palindrome!)
Today we launched Professor Zombie!, a reworking of Professor Palindrome! with new puzzles and a mock-horror theme. In this version of the game, you must unscramble the words as fast as possible before the Zombie eats the professor’s… Read More
Posted on August 9, 2012
Here is the new press release for out newest iOS game, Professor Palindromes Game: Professor Palindrome! Description: Unscramble the palindromes! Palindromes are words and phrases spelled the same way backwards and forwards. Professor Palindromes challenges you to the… Read More
Posted on August 3, 2012
Our first iOS game is now live in the iTunes store. “Professor Palindromes” is a free game for word nerds. The object is to unscramble the palindromes as fast as possible. Watch the video below, or go download… Read More
Posted on July 13, 2012
A couple years ago, Jeff and I published The Essential Guide To Flash Games through Friends Of Ed. At nearly the EXACT moment the book went into print, the whole Apple/Flash/iPad flap blew-up the Flash world. … Read More
Posted on May 1, 2012
Semifinals, Here We Come! Producto Studios Makes It Into The Next Round Of The Atari Pong Developer Challenge!
By Steve Fulton Atari announced the semifinalists for their Pong Developer Challenge today, and Producto/8bitrocket Studios made the cut! Now we have to actually make the game we designed. I can’t wait to get started!
Posted on April 25, 2012
By Jeff Fulton Four HTML5 Canvas games with touch controls running from our web site as full screen apps on an iPad 2. Notice the smooth performance in Mobile Safari. These also run on the Kindle Fire web… Read More
Posted on November 7, 2011
I have a huge new gig that includes taking 100’s of pre-existing Flash animations and using them to create a cross platform mobile application for a kids television network. The goal is to take the current Flash site… Read More