Apple’s latest iPhone 14 Pro series has added a Dynamic Island design to the top of the screen. The original intention of this experience was to block the blacked out blocks brought by the front camera, but now there are third-party developers People try to incorporate game concepts into dynamic islands.
Kriss Smolka, the developer of apps like WaterMinder and HabitMinder, took to Twitter to share a simple dynamic island game concept based on the table tennis game Pong.
Who has an iPhone 14 Pro right now? Need to test this on device asap!
🏝️ Hit The Island – our game concept for iPhone 14 Pro, still laggy but it’s turning out nice 🙂 #iPhone14Pro #iOS16 pic.twitter.com/kWLU77gk6d
— Kriss Smolka (@ksmolka) September 13, 2022
Kriss Smolka named the little game “Hit the Island”, and players had to serve from the bottom of the screen and hit a dynamic island to score points.
Kriss Smolka believes that this game application works quite well, but there are some dynamic delay problems to overcome, and it still depends on whether Apple will allow such dynamic island interactive games.
(Source of the first image: Apple)
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