For the past year, I have been working on a mobile game for Android and iOS devices. This game was developed with Unity Engine and will be first released on the Android Play Store in about a month then  I will release on the App Store.

It's Raining Zombies is a pixel style top-down shooter with influences from games like Minigore and Minecraft and will debut on the Play Store for $0.99.

If you're interested in the development of this game or just want to find out more information, check out the blog setup here: itsrainingzombies.blogspot.com

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Ever since the United States Library of Congress confirmed that jailbreaking was completely legal, many rejoiced at this ruling, calling it a new era of jailbreaking. But up until now, we have not seen any of the direct effects of this ruling on jailbreaking. Apple still refuses to allow users to jailbreak and patches any system vulnerabilities with OS updates.

Now, the first large corporation has entered the jailbreaking community.Toyota has released a theme under their Scion brand into Cydia under the ModMyi repository. The theme utilizes the full extent of the jailbreaking app Winterboard with custom icons, carrier logo, wallpapers, and sliders.

With an estimated number of 10-15 million users with a jailbroken iPod, iPhone, or iPad, other companies may submit themes into Cydia to advertise their product. This means that Apple may have to eventually recognize the significance of the open source iOS device. This also could mean that other companies that create products that are high in demand (like Adobe Flash) may come to Cydia to distribute their apps because Apple does not allow them into the App Store.

Either way, it seems like it is a win-win situation for the jailbreakers and the companies making themes. The future looks bright for all those who jailbreak.


If you have downloaded and installed Xcode to your computer and you don't want to pay Apple the $100 to test your application on your device or to submit it to Cydia, you can create a certificate to fool Xcode into allowing you to fully build and test your application.

The following steps will describe how to create this certificate, deploy it into Xcode, and a few steps on how to submit your application to Cydia once you're done creating it.

These steps are the same on a Mac or a virtual machine to run OS X.

1. Watch this video and follow it's instructions:

2.Once you've finished creating your app, Ctrl+Click the application's name and click on Get Info.

3. Navigate to the Full Path of the application, this is the file you will be submitting.

4. Go to http://modmyi.com/devportal and fill out all the details. They will email you once your package is in Cydia.


Since the release of the iPhone 4 for Verizon, and even before, the competition between AT&T and Verizon has been heating up with each throwing out new commericials saying that their service is better in one area or another.

Now Apple has released a new commercial joining both carriers through the iPhone saying that two is better than one.


After months of speculation and hoping by many of AT&T's frustrated users, Verizon has officially announced the arrival of the CDMA-compatible iPhone.

The new iPhone, for the most part looks the same as the iPhone for AT&T but there are some subtle changes done to it. For example, the location of the antenna has been changed (this looks to fix the deathgrip issue).

Pre-orders for the phone for Verizon customers will begin February 3 and availability will start on February 10 for other customers. Costing $199 for the 16GB model and $299 for the 32 GB model with a two year contract.

The iPhone 4 for Verizon can be used like a Mi-Fi device. This means that the iPhone can share its 3G connection with up to 5 other Wi-Fi enabled devices. This trumps AT&T's tethering.