Lexigon in the Express & Star

The nice people at the Express & Star have written a little article about Lexigon. It is in todays paper (12th July 2012), so grab yourself a copy and have a read. As the article says pop over to http://www.lazybrush.co.uk and get yourself a Free copy of Lexigon.

Google Admob Campaign, or Not

Here at Lazybrush we have written a neat little Word Search game called Lexigon.   On the iPhone it has had 6 months of customer reviews and improvements.   This month we have just released it for the Android platform. So far, we have been quite disappointed by the download rates from Google Play compared … Continue reading

Android vs Apple, The Developer Truth

Here at LazyBrush we have now written our game Lexigon for both Apple iOS devices and for Android devices. It is about 10k lines of code on the Apple device and a bit less on the Android as we didn’t port over the Apple Multiplayer Game Center code, and some other differences. Technically the two … Continue reading

Lexigon: From iPhone to Android (Pt.2)

In part 1 of this posting I started to talked about porting my game Lexigon from iOS to Android.  Go and have a quick squint at part 1 to get an overview of porting from cocos2d to cocos2d-x.   Now I continue on with some of the technical points of porting. STRINGS Most things in … Continue reading

Lexigon Through The Ages (15th Century Onward)

Here at LazyBrush Skunk Works we don’t just make one of the best games available for Android and IPhone! Oh no! We are also committed to the serious endeavour of research. It has come to our attention that Lexigon has been a hit game through the ages. Evidence suggests it was used as far back … Continue reading

Lexigon released for Android

We are proud to release Lexigon for Android. We now have Lexigon for both Apple and Android devices. The download links are at LazyBrush.co.uk. We hope you enjoy playing Lexigon!

Lexigon: From iPhone to Android (Pt.1)

Our game Lexigon (Apple Store Link)  was written using Apple’s XCode in objective-C and using the 2d game library cocos2d.   Cocos2d is truely an excellent library, in short it gives you everything you need for game development, all the building blocks of a game.  It is written in objective-C and best of all it … Continue reading