Rock de IJmond website online

A bit of a late post, but the Rock de IJmond website is finally online. I've been working on this for quite some time and am very pleased with the results. Also thanks to Jeroen Groeneweg who redid the design a day after the site was launched.

Rock de IJmond is now only a website which contains an archive of all rock, metal, punk and hardcore bands from the IJmond area and a calendar for shows in these genres in de IJmond, Haarlem, Zaanstreek and Alkmaar area. With this site I hope to get some more exposure for bands from the area and a central place for all bands from the IJmond.

Ultimately I want to set up a Rock de IJmond festival. But that's all for the future. Go check the site out and let me know what you think.

Tuesday, 25 January 2011, 16:02 Bert Hekman

Another few bugfixes for Slider Puzzle

Another version, another few bugs squashed! You can now also install Slider Puzzle on your SD card, when you're running out of space on your device. And last, but not least, I redid the icons so they look sharper. Go check it out!

Thursday, 2 December 2010, 11:15 Bert Hekman

Some small updates for Slider Puzzle

To this date, Slider Puzzle been downloaded 1150 times, which is a bit more than I expected! Today I've released the updated version 1.03. The update features the following changes:

You can now choose easy, medium or hard on random and photo levels, there are eight new predefined levels, tiles no longer jump to their place when you release them, but ease to it and the device will vibrate when you're trying to move a lock.

So once again, let me know what you think of the updates and what updates you'd like to see!

UPDATE 2/11: It's one day later and slider puzzle now has been downloaded 1800 times. That's 650 times in one day! :) Also I've updated it to 1.04, which shows a white flash on tiles you slide to the right spot.

Monday, 1 November 2010, 16:26 Bert Hekman

Slider Puzzle now available

The first version of Slider Puzzle now available from the Android Market for free! It is still a bit short on predefined levels, but you can generate a random level or play with a photo from your album for endless fun!

I will be adding a lot more predefined levels later on and I might add some other stuff, like tiles that can only move horizontally or vertically in stead of both ways. If you have any good ideas to make the game better, I'd love to hear them!

(More information about Slider Puzzle)

Slider Puzzle QR code

Tuesday, 12 October 2010, 15:50 Bert Hekman