Windows Phone Update: Number Guesser v1.3
I’m excited to announce that my first Windows Phone release, Number Guesser, has been updated.
I’ve spent a decent amount of time with the application over the past week, and have released a trio of updates as a result. Version 1.1 enabled custom number ranges, and v1.2 added a feature called “Guess Assist.” With Version 1.3, the main new feature is the statistics panel, which showcases your best and average scores and a count of played games. I’ve also added the ability to toggle Guess Assist, and fixed a few bugs. Version 1.3 is the most notable so far, hence the blog announcement.
As for future development, there’s not much more to do with the app right now (it was more of a learning experience). However, if anyone does have any suggestions for features or implementations, please let me know.
To download the application, click here. If you already have it installed on your device, Marketplace will prompt you for an update.
Screenshots and more info after the break.
A simple number guessing application for Windows Phone 7.
Enter your guess, and the game will tell you whether it is too high or too low. Keep guessing until you determine the number, and then play again to try and beat your best scores!
Includes support for multiple number ranges, as well as a detailed statistics panel that shows your best and average scores and a count of played games.
This application appears in the Games Hub.
Added full statistics panel
Added ability to toggle Guess Assist