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App-titude for game design

(Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff)
By Luke O’Neil
Globe Correspondent / January 26, 2012
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WHO: Eli Bock WHAT: The 16-year-old Newton North High School student recently released his first video game application, Space Kiwi. In the game (iPad, iPhone, 99 cents), players manipulate the title character through a series of competitive space adventures in minimal, but cute and well-designed levels.

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WHO
Eli Bock
WHAT
The 16-year-old Newton North High School student recently released his first video game application, Space Kiwi. In the game (iPad, iPhone, 99 cents), players manipulate the title character through a series of competitive space adventures in minimal, but cute and well-designed levels.


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