Sep 27th 2017 • Updated to Xcode 9, Swift 4, iOS 11 • Set Swift 3 @objc Inference as Default in Build Settings • Removed this line of code into'viewDidLoad()' in GameBoard.swift coverView.backgroundColor = bkgArray[bkgRandom] and removed the coverView UIView from Storyboard • Set 78 in the 'animateLabel()' method in GameBoard.swift: self.resultLabel.frame.origin.y = 78 • Added a 1125x2436px png image (iPhone X launch image) into Images.xcassets -> LaunchImage image set • Adjusted some views in the Storyboard, because of iPhone X layout • Unchecked the Runtime API Checking | Main Thread Checker in Edit Scheme -> Diagnostics, accordingly to this post: https://stackoverflow.com/a/44392584/3724800
Sep 23rd 2016 • Updated to Xcode 8
May 21st 2016 • removed iAd since it'll be discontinued by June 2016 | Added AdMob Interstitial ad
Mar 25th 2016 • Updated to XCode 7.3
QOUNT is a funny game with infinite levels where you have to make additions between numbers to match the main number on the top of the screen.
This game is similar to the popular Quento app on the AppStore. It has endless levels, you can setup levels difficulty by increasing the board numbers at certain levels.
There are no graphics at all in QOUNT, just the app icons and launch images. It is a native XCode project, Swift language, Storyboard, Universal, super easy to customize,
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- XCode 8.x project – Swift – 64bit
- Universal – iOS 8/9/10+ – Storyboard
- AdMob interstitial ads
- Endless levels
- PDF User Guide included
- PSD graphics included
- Easy to customize
- Well commented code
- Apple Mac with its latest OS version installed
- The latest version of Xcode and some knowledge about its UI interface
- Photoshop or any other image editor software
- An Apple Developer account to submit apps to the App Store
- An AdMob account to generate your own UNIT ID
Have fun with QOUNT, and don’t forget to rate it on your Downloads page!
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