Well what should of been a joyous occasion has turned sour because Google are a big bunch of d**ks. I finally finished my first ever app (in under a week) and Google goes and flags and suspends the app claiming "unauthorised use of copyrighted materials" when I know for a fact everything is 100% my own work, from the pixel work to the music. *Sigh*. Sadly I don't own anything to port to iOS at the current moment but I'm soon changing that and I'm hoping this will be released out on the app store in a couple of months time!
Besides that I'd thought I'd show off what I created in a week to demonstrate how awesome and fast Fusion is for 2D games.
So as you can see it was a "port" of my old flash game Alien Splatter that I made a couple years back, although most of the engine/sprites have been redone so it's not really a port but more of an "enhanced" version. I spent one week making this from scratch and it comes complete with achievements, sound test, fps limiters and even a little retro manual guide. I made five levels in total, with six different weapons and six different end bosses. All the levels had it's own gimmicks and settings too.
It's a complete shame that Google's autobots have apparently believed this to contain copyrighted material when it clearly doesn't. (I've not even got a twitter/facebook link in the app.) Even the store description had no mention of any brands so it's a complete mystery. I've stuck in an appeal but I don't hold out any hopes it'll prolly just come back with the same auto-message. Hopefully iOS won't be as a crap experience.
If people are interested in playing it, I am very tempted to export it over to flash (after a few tweeks) and upload it to Newgrounds or something
Anyway just a post to show, how awesome Fusion can be