Take a look at student developed app BlastCannon. It’s a game in which you defend your base and deflect asteroids. The asteroid attack starts slowly but picks up speed as you play, so you’ve got to work harder to keep up the better you do. With modern graphics and music, BlastCannon is an engaging experience. It has a four and a half star rating so don’t miss it!
Tell us about your experience with Windows Phone and developing for it?
Developing for Windows Phone was a great experience. Easy to use SDK and Visual Studio (available to students through DreamSpark) makes it easier to create powerful apps. Online MSDN documentation andChannel9 Video resources make it simpler to learn the development.
Take a look at student developed app Bubble Star. It’s a classic bubble shooting game, group three bubbles of the same color together to pop them. You win by getting rid of all of the bubbles on the board. The game features more than 100 levels and has great music and graphics. With over 2,400 ratings and 4.5 out of 5 stars be sure to check it out!
Could you tell us a bit about your experience with Windows 8 and developing for Windows 8?
My experience with Windows 8 has been amazing! Ever since I started using the Developer’s Preview I fell in love with it. I started developing from void and today here I’m with three successful app at windows store. One thing making me stick with the store is the Windows SDK. For a developer an SDK means the blessing from heaven. It helps a developer to develop anything he wants, yet it leaves a challenge for him to take his best out to face the ambiguous troubles. And I feel like exposure to these kind of troubles make us even stronger.
We’re excited to announce that the Getting Started Guide has been updated to include Windows Phone 8! This resource will help you build your first Windows Phone app and join this new movement in technology. You don’t have to be a professional developer to build apps, just follow these steps to get started. The professional developer tools are available to students at no cost and you can create a Windows Phone app even if you don’t have a Windows Phone. Follow these three simple steps to start: