Bubble Ball offers a quick, fun physics-puzzle experience for all

Jan 25, 2011

Robert Nay, a 14-year-old living in Utah, is the creator of Download our new Android app!

Power-ups also come into play to change the effects of gravity or the speed of your ball, and sometimes using a wooden or metal board will make all the difference. Wooden planks will fall when you press “Play,” while metal bars will stay right where they are throughout.

Robert, an eighth-grader living in Spanish Fork, Utah, used a program called Corona from Ansca Mobile to author the title. Although the tool allows for stacking of code pieces (think Legos), Nay had to author about 3,000 lines of code to make the app work. He’s working on another app, but for now is (smartly) mum on its premise.

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Tim McLain

Tim McLain is a freelance writer and an online marketing manager, helping serious researchers and students find and make use of the best online content found on the deep Web. His passion for all things computers/tech started when he was a teenager, working with his twin brother to set up a C64 BBS in their bedroom.

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