The completely redesigned ScoreKeepr v3.0 is now available in the iOS App Store and Google Play Store for Android.
New features include support for up to 99 players and 99 rows, a sortable Leaderboard, and new animated backgrounds.
Starting a New Game, adding/removing players and rows, changing the font, font size and background, and other commands are all in the left side slide out menu. All saved games are listed in the right side menu slide out menu.
Score entry is completely redesigned with a numeric keypad, instead of the previous method which used set increments like +1 +10 +50 etc. This was a highly requested feature. Also new are the right arrow → and down arrow ↓ buttons to speed score input. You can also tap on the score you would like to change.
This weekend (April 5th-7th), ScoreKeepr BACON is half off to celebrate and support #TableTopDay.
"TableTop Day is a celebration for all the fans of tabletop gaming. A single day where the whole world is brought together in a common purpose of spending time together and having fun."(tabletopday.com)
ScoreKeepr was built to provide an easy way to keep score for enthusiasts and fans of tabletop games of all kinds: board games, cards, dice, dominoes and more.
So find a group or get your group together and PLAY MORE GAMES!
This weekend only (through March 31st), ScoreKeepr BACON is half off!
We’re excited and are celebrating the launch of our new website, and we also to want to support #TableTopDay, the new holiday for playing table and board games on March 30th. See http://tabletopday.com for more info.
UPDATE: The Google Play Store is giving me problems, and won’t update the price to the US$0.99 sale price. Sorry for the inconvenience! I’m trying to get Google Developer Support to fix it for me.
The majority of the internet community is taking a stand against SOPA/PIPA which attempts to fight copyright infringement through Internet censorship, and bypass the due process of law by allowing alleged copyright infringers to be forcibly taken offline without a trial.
Many internet companies have stated their opposition to SOPA/PIPA, such as Google, Reddit, Facebook, Twitter and Wikipedia. An excellent analysis is here on Reddit.
To be clear, this is NOT objecting to copyright law, and NOT in support of copyright infringers.
On January 18th, many websites around the world are blacking out to protest this poorly thought out and technology ignorant legislation, before it is voted on by the US Congress and Senate.
Imagenuity is participating in the protest of the SOPA and PIPA, and will take part in the blackout movement from 12am PST to 11pm PST on January 18th.