Got my iPhone 5 and this was my first purchase on it; so nice to be back online after months of a dead iPhone 4!
Very nice work on being so pro-active with the taller resolution updates!! I didn’t really play the original much, but this is quite different, right? Re the future, I for one would love to see just the original Loony Labyrinth ported across well :D. Hope you do get enough sales to keep them coming.
Thank you for purchasing Crystal CaliburnII. We’re glad you like it. Crystal CaliburnII was created from scratch, not a simple remake of the first Crystal Caliburn. We have no plan for Loony Labyrinth iOS so far.
Any plans for a new Mac app version of any of your early pins? The big problem with the original CC and LL was they got smaller and smaller as monitor sizes increased, to the point where you need to squint to see the playfield.The new Tristan solved that one nicely..
Hello. I know the whole world is slavishly drooling over iDevices, and such, but strangely enough, there’s a whole lot of people that *also* have a desktop, or, as in my case , *only* have a desktop Mac. I do not want to spend the rest of my life carrying around a ball and chain, I don’t care how pretty a ball and chain it is…
So.. are you *ever* going to make an OSX pinball again?
Not only is it an issue of slowly obsolescence will set in, but the older ones such as Loony Labyrinth or Crystal Caliburn have such small tables on the typical newer mac monitor that even with a magnifying glass you cannot see the ball.
Tables designed for 800×600 do not work well on 1680×1050..
Or is OSX forever history? I would hate to think such a large percentage of your loyal base would be hung out to dry… ;-(
Regards from Doc
Well, it’s 8 months later, and over a year since anyone has heard from either Fujita-San or Madame Reiko.. I am becoming concerned about the two of you. I do not know you personally, but *feel* as though I do because of over 10 years of playing your pinball games, and always trying to find out how things are going. Before internet, it was very difficult, and after we all got a closer look and understanding of how much hard work you both were investing in Little Wing Pinball. Over last year, however, you seem to have disappeared.
I am *genuinely* concerned if you both are OK… This does not seem to me like simply pinball is not being profitable (we all know it is not lately), but a bit more. Please reassure. We are longstanding supporters and feel we have a connection. Thank you!!
Yeah it’s a shame eh? I was really hoping that Loony Labyrinth would see a resurrection onto iOS/OS X if nothing more. Instead they seem to have fallen into the position of not being able (or willing) to change with the demands of the market, and further into not wanting to communicate about it.
The first part at least is fully understandable, as their dedication to the quality of the product does not work so well in the $0.99 games market, but it was sad to see even the OS X downloads marked as “up to OS X 10.7″ rather than any fixes being forthcoming.