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While at the Unity booth, we ran into a few of the developers at Graveck games. You may be familiar with one of their popular iPhone games, Skee-ball. It hit the #1 paid apps spot during the holidays and is still hanging out in the top paid apps list. What started out as a part-time side project for the developers turned into a surefire hit. Now, the company is gearing up to prepare for the April launch of Apple's iPad.
Jonathan Czeck, the director of technology and co-founder of Graveck, believes that the iPad will really open up the possibilities of mobile gaming. "It would be a great platform for a simple RTS (real-time strategy game)," he says. "This is the first time you can [play] with all ten fingers. Frankly, that sounds fun."
In addition to praising the iPad, the Graveck team are also heavy users of Unity, a game development tool used to create 3D video games for Windows, Mac, Wii and the iPhone, as well as browsers that have the Unity web player plugin installed. They also use Macs for all of their game coding, and Czeck cites himself as one of the first users of Unity, back when it was released in 2005.
Check below for a video showcasing one of Graveck's games developed with Unity.