Game Development and Game Design Services

Our main goal is to create top quality interactive applications with the help of the latest technologies. We build up games that not only meet the requirements of our customers but are also thoroughly designed to ensure they bring maximum delight and entertainment to the future game players. The vivid imagination and years of experience of our creative flash game programmers ensure that our clients enjoy only best applications produced quickly and effectively.

Members of Apalon Studio team can perfectly handle every aspect of the game development process. We have all kinds of specialists that may be required in the development process including flash game designers, 3-D and Flash animators, artists, and game developers.

Depending on the needs of each client we form game development teams consisting of the professionals who possess the required skills and adjust the level of management so that it corresponds to the complexity of the project. Alternatively, in case of large and long-running projects our specialized teams can work in close cooperation with the in-house staff of our clients.

Being an offshore service provider, Apalon Studio is pleased to offer you cost-effective solutions that will satisfy all your game development needs. Numerous companies all over the world have already acknowledged the time and money savings that the outsourcing of game development can bring.

We are versed in a variety of other flash game development services. The services we offer vary from Flash Game Design, Pixel Art and iPhone Application Development to porting of your already existing games to other platforms. Since its creation Apalon Studio has already enjoyed success in many of these spheres. The example of our iPhone game programming efforts is iGirl – the iPhone application build up by our studio that keeps climbing up the list of the most popular entertainment software in the AppStore. Although it was designed and implemented under pressing time conditions, iGirl gained a lot of publicity in the Internet and is selling amazingly well.

4 Most Popular Airsoft Game Styles – Airsoft Adventures

Airsoft games have quickly become popular because of the fact that they resemble actual military operations and the weapon itself is very realistic (replica), the only difference between airsoft guns and real guns is the yellow or red muzzle at the tip of the barrel. In many states it is illegal to remove this tip because of low enforcement officers will not be able to tell the difference between the replica and the real thing. Let’s take a look at some of the game styles that have been developed by airsoft aficionados.

Closed Quarter Battle

Style is also referred to as CQB, as the name implies it is played in a closed environment in order to create high-speed action between the players, this game style requires the terrain should be modified in order to provide optimal conditions with several apertures, hiding places, tunnels, doorways, stairways and such. This type of environment is often re-created in one-person shooter video games such as Half Life and F.E.A.R.


This is the most popular method of playing airsoft, won’t this game style does not require hard-core gamers it is recommended that players should have some sort of prior experience. Skirmishing can also be referred to as freestyle because players can use their weapon of choice and the gear and tactics used may differ from actual battle scenarios.

Airsoft Combat Training

Because this style has been specifically used by law enforcement agencies it can’t be considered a game, SWAT and police officers prefer to use airsoft guns during this type of training as because they resemble the look and feel of the real guns and because of the low impact projectiles they can safely train and simulate very realistic scenarios where they might have to get physical, these include airplanes, schools, public places, etc.

Military simulation

As the name implies this style has been created to resemble a real military simulation where workgroups of soldiers or organized and given missions that they must complete. Unlike any other style already mentioned a military simulation may last several days and the participants in this simulation can use short range radios and headsets.

Games to Play on the Ripstick

The Ripstik is a versatile board that allows you to do many things. You can cruise the streets and you can do freestyle tricks, but you can also do some great individual and team games on the Ripstik. I want to share some of my favorite Ripstik games with you. First let us talk about the solo games. Not solo games to do by yourself, but it is you against your buddies. Racing is always a classic.

When you race be creative and come up with parts of the race that you must do, like figure eights around two garbage can lids, or a part where you have to step your board over a broom stick, or perhaps a part of the course that is only skinny enough for one person to fit through. Racing has endless possibilities to keep you and your friends having fun for hours. I also love to do the sprint race. This is just a straight lined race from point A to point B to see who the fastest rider is. To turn your racing into a team game, just make it into a relay race. This great because for four people to race you only need two boards, or you can do six riders or even eight riders with just two boards. When you come to the end of your racing sections have your friend just use the same board to ride his portion of the race. My favorite portion of a relay race is making two of the riders ride their part sitting on their butt coasting down a very gradual hill.

Another awesome game I love is chicken. In Ripstik chicken every rider must have a board. Each rider starts riding and holds their hands together behind their backs. When everyone is ready someone says “GO” and the object of the game is to knock the other rides off their board. Two ways to lose is if you get knocked off your board or you let go of your hands behind your back. Riding with your hands behind your back makes it more difficult to balance as well as eliminates anyone pushing with their hands, which could make the game dangerous. The last person on their board wins the point; play first one to three wins it all.

Some great team games are Ripstik basketball, Ripstik hockey, or my personal favorite Ripstik Lacrosse. In Ripstik basketball get two teams together, a basketball, and a hoop. The teams can be 1 on 1, 2 on 2, or however many riders you can get. Dribbling becomes very difficult so you can choose whether you need to dribble or not. Passing and shooting also become very difficult so you may want to start with no dribbling. If a rider that has the ball falls off his Ripstik then the ball automatically gets turned over to the other team. If a rider passes the ball and the guy catching the ball steps off his board that is also a turnover. Play to however many points you desire. Ripstik hockey is played exactly like you would play hockey on your feet or even on roller blades. The goalie does not need to be on a Ripstik. Last is Ripstik Lacrosse. This can be difficult because not everyone has lacrosse gear, but if you have lacrosse gear and a Ripstik this is a must to try. Play with 3 per side and 1 goalie, if you drop the ball it is a scramble to see who can get the loose ball. Try to score on the other teams net to win the game.

There are tons of awesome games you can play on your Ripstik. Be creative and most importantly have fun.

Can I Burn Wii Games? Here’s How You Can!

If you are the fortunate owner of a Nintendo Wii system, you might have wondered if there’s a way to burn Wii games on your computer. It’s a common inquiry so we thought we would share with you how it can be done.

As you probably already know, you aren’t able to use an ordinary burning program to burn games. The reason for this is that there are copyright blocks on the game disks that prevent your computer from being able to read them. So that your computer to be capable of reading the disks you need a specialized game copying program.

There are now businesses that have designed specific game burning software that makes it feasible for your PC to understand what is on the disk. This allows your computer to burn Nintendo Wii discs using your burner.

We want to let you know – The businesses that develop these types of programs sell it for legal production of Wii games. If you own a Nintendo Wii game and you want to copy it to have a backup, then you are using this software legally. We aren’t promoting any illegal burning of Wii discs..

The program is a snap to use; it’s just like burning a music CD. When you install the program on your computer, it pretty much works on it’s own. You just need to launch the software when you want to burn a Wii game. In total it takes about 20 minutes to copy a game. Of course you don’t have to be by your computer the whole time – it runs in the background.

You just place the game in your disk drive and your computer system will then create a copy of the game info on your hard drive. Once the image has been produced, you toss in a blank DVD or CD and the game information is burned onto the blank disc.

Look for a satisfaction guarantee if you do buy a video game burning software. On the rare chance you aren’t happy with it or it does not work on your computer, then you have a method to get your moneyback.

Also, don’t spend too much! This may be obvious – you are obviously hoping for the best deal. However, there are some game copying programs cost over $85 – this is way too expensive. You can find a software that allows you to burn Nintendo Wii games for less than fifty bucks quite easily.