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The good old days!

Saturday, April 4th, 2009

While we were going through our old garbage and cleaning up stuff, we came across our old iPaq 3760! The iPaq 3760 was one of the most high tech devices way back–combine an ARM processor with Windows CE OS and you need not carry a laptop anymore! This device was one of our first ever [...]

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This part of the development phase is our most favorite because this is the time where our schedules loosen up, things become less hectic and everybody gets excited as to how the “real” public will accept our software. But Product release isn’t just about creating a package for the game files and uploading them to [...]

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After all the assets have been integrated and a final build is ready, a copy is forwarded to the eSoft Interactive BETA team for quality assurance and compatibility testing. In this stage, the team thoroughly tests the game for bugs, errors, gameplay issues and loopholes and lasts for at least two weeks. In most cases, [...]

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After all the game features and details have been discussed, the next step is to create a playable prototype of the game. This is usually done within two to three weeks after the brainstorming phase. Prototype builds usually just need temporary placeholder assets (graphics and sounds) because the focus is more on gameplay and usability. [...]

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The game plan…

Saturday, June 28th, 2008

You’re probably wondering why we don’t have any new mobile games yet? Most of our efforts over the past six months were spent on backend stuff like migrating to a new webhost, establishing better customer support procedures and policies, transferring to a new partner and lots more. We’ve done this to prepare the company for [...]

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Our support(at)esoftinteractive(dot)com email account receives thousands of spam emails everyday. Because of this we apologize for not being able to get back to your emails lately. To be sure that we receive your support emails please course them through our support page. Emails from this page will not go through our spam filters anymore which [...]

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The Power Tips are back!

Sunday, April 20th, 2008

The Windows Mobile Power Tips are back! This month’s tip is about changing the default area code on your Pocket PC. Check it out from this month’s eNewsletter! Bookmark It

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We love Katamari!

Friday, January 25th, 2008

We know this is way off-topic but we would like you to check out this collection of photos about a Katamari Cake by Sherrying on her Flickr account. It’s really cool! Katamari Damacy was one of the games we were hooked on years back and we really can’t help posting this one because it made [...]

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Traffic Jam 2 reviewed on Rusty Sabre

Monday, January 7th, 2008

Eric Pankoke of Rusty Sabre has published an in-depth review of Traffic Jam 2! Check it out! To quote Eric Pankoke: “When I first started playing eSoft Interactive games I basically dismissed Traffic Jam as not my sort of thing. After playing the sequel I realize I might just have made a mistake on that [...]

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About this Blog!

Saturday, January 5th, 2008

eSoft Interactive’s blog was created to provide news to everyone about the company”s upcoming games as well as newly released titles. We will also post other non-eSoft game related articles and some off-topic but interesting ones should we feel the need to. Come back often for exciting news, updates and discussions! Bookmark It

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