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So I'm trying to conduct an unofficial survey here...
What kinds of gaming aids would you like to see for iOS and Android devices?
Please post ideas in the comments.
Tags: Android, aids, game, iOS, utilities
Alan... I haven't thought about the windows phones yet. But I definitely have some web based ideas to think about. Mainly game specific utilities. Great suggestion.
As to the main question none as I have a Windows phone :-)
Why not have something web-based so any device could use it? Yucate.de does A Few Acres of Snow through a web interface...
Jim, When I had a Palm Pilot I was right there with you. Especially while playing B-17 Queen of the Skies I thought that all those charts could be digitized somehow for reference and some of the common routines automated.
AS far as some of the iDevices go, I was thinking of some kind of play by email or at least a utility where you can save game states. Eventually I would like to do some kind of application that would be game specific and enforce rules to some extent. Especially hidden movement for naval games.
I might have been a little too ahead of the curve eleven years ago...
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I'd like to see a conversion application created so one can take, say, a ZunTzu gamebox and be able to play it on a tablet. So something like ZunTzu running on a tablet would be "the thing" for me.....
i use a android die roller
I would be very interested. What I would really like are more advanced dice and randomizer systems. I found a pretty good one last week, except that it won't generate base-100 results.
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