Saturday, April 25, 2015

TetroCrate PRO

Ad-free verion of TetroCrate now available: Lightweight, fast and with no banners.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Dot Fight - color matching game

Fun. Fast. Addictive. Connect-the-dots game that's ideal for quick play sessions
Download Dot Fight on Google Play

Connect dots of the same color. Connect as many dots as you can, as long as they are right next to each other, and earn rewards for big chains of dots.

Close loop of 4 or more same-colored dots or create really long line, and get bonus points. Plus, all the dots of that color disappear from the board.

Fight against the time: collect combo bonus points & extra time for multiple closed loops & long lines, and freeze the ticking clock or extend your 60 second allowance.

DotFight is very simple, yet extremely addicting and challenging "connect-them-all" color matching game.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

TetroCrate Wear

New TetroCrate version for Android Wear.
Designed for smart watch' small screens and tiny controls.
Get it on Google Play

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

TetroCrate: urgent update to 1.0.14 - new acid colors & legal issues

Dear loyal users of my humble free app!

It appears, that word "Tetris" is registered trademark in US and Japan, and Tetrocrate "app uses the same colored Tetriminos as Tetris Holding's Tetris branded games".

So, in order to comply and re-list app (however, it's still missing on Google Play US/Japan), I had to update title, description and change content (brick colors) accordingly.

If you publish app on Google Play, be very afraid - some obvious, innocent and sometimes random keywords or keyword combination  in your app title, are indeed registered trademarks in specific countries: Ping-Pong, Tower Defence, Asteroids, you name it, etc. All it takes for your app to disappear in thin air - just one formal complaint, submitted by anyone interested  to Google; it could be direct competitor, Big Publisher, bully, random fat troll. And it is rather hard and time consuming to get app back re-listed, since Google refuses to accept no appeal from defendant.

Related stories about app removals due to "Alleged trademark infringement":
Meanwhile, please post your feedback, and I'll try to address any issues as soon as possible.

Thank you.