The Ringbow recently arrived into the confines of Kickstarter's realm of projects that have the potential to be incredibly successful if funded. In this particular case, the developers are ambitiously seeking $100,000 to transform their project from a simple visualization to a full-fledged reality. What's the strong force slowly pushing the Ringbow to mass production? Find out the details down below.
Makeshift Games announced yesterday that their new multiplayer drawing game Depict [App Store, $0.99] is now available on the App Store. Similar to Pictionary, Depict presents the one person with a word or concept to illustrate. Players then have to guess what the person is drawing before other players do. Points are awarded accordingly and much fun is had.
Depict is a rockin' game—I definitely recommend checking out the preview we did last week as well as the video below!
Makeshift Games, the guys behind Chuck the Ball and Ms. Chuck the Ball [App Store], is preparing to release their latest title, a multiplayer drawing game called Depict. The game closely mimics the basic idea behind Pictionary, but what makes it cool is that it uses OpenFeint to let you play with others around the world.
The object of the game is to guess what's being drawn before somebody else does. Guess wrong and you lose. You're also called upon to draw something that others playing will guess. If others guess correctly from your picture, they get points and so do you.