Xploding Boxes has been updated to version 5.7 with 10 new levels. The new version of the app has been updated in Google Play, the Amazon App Store, BlackBerry AppWorld, Windows 10/Windows Phone App Store.
About Xploding Boxes
Xploding Boxes is a strategy game where the goal is to start a chain reaction that will explode all of the boxes on the screen. Each level presents a different look and number of touches, requiring a different strategy to solve.
The game itself, and the first 25 levels are available for free, while a one time in-app purchase can be used to access the rest of the levels for just $2.99 while still maintaining your progress from the free levels.
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The rate at which Ebscer apps have been released has slowed way down over the past year, and that is mostly because I have been spending 40 hours a week writing other software. As a result it has become increasingly difficult to get new apps and updates released in a reasonable time frame. Hopefully I can get better at this.
When I first started publishing apps I was a full time student, and by the time sales started to take off I was working a full time job so this is not entirely new. However with finite time each week, dedicating forty hours elsewhere makes things hard.
Updates will continue. New apps will be released. New platforms will be supported. It just might be a bit slower than I would like…
The distribution of BlackBerry 10 OS usage remained flat over the past month. In fact it has been flat for a while with 10.3.0 stuck at 91% and 10.3.2 leveling off a bit below that.
This data was collected by BlackBerry World for downloads of the free strategy game Pixelated and the free checklist app Stuff I Need. Data shown on the chart is from the beginning of February 2015 through the end of February 2016.
The Nook app store is shutting down in a little over a week. I have four games available on the Nook, and this will be your last chance to purchase them for this platform.
Any apps previously purchased will remain available to be redownloaded, but will not receive any more updates.
For a while, app sales on the Nook were really good, and even outpaced sales through Google Play. However, those days are now long gone and sales on the Nook have been close to zero for most of the past year. The store shutting down is not much of a surprise.