Isle of Tune iPad screens

With the iPad version of Isle of Tune due out in a couple of weeks or so – thought I’d show some of the designs…

Keeping the UI nice and simple for the title screen + a fancy schmancy new logo for the iOS versions designed by the talented Ilija Melentijevic.  The font is ‘Big Sky’ by Kristian Larsen and can be downloaded here.

Click to highlight an element and a keyboard pops up allowing you to change the note or sound effect.

Car specific controls for rotating, resetting and changing speed

Browsing shared islands – can view all the ones made with the online version as well as app-created islands with all the spangly new features:

  • up to 8 cars on screen
  • faster and slower speeds for individual cars
  • ‘traffic lights’ on roads to delay movement
  • new instruments and sound effects

Whoop!  It’s nearly there!

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8 Responses to Isle of Tune iPad screens

  1. _Ric_ says:

    That looks awesome! Looks like it allows the full musical scale (didn’t the original just have access to the pentatonic scale?). Should give rise to some pretty varied compositions. :)

  2. Jim says:

    I did eventually add a full musical scale to the online version – and indeed people have made some amazing tunes eg. this, can’t wait to see what they do with the app!

  3. Holger says:

    Schoener Blog, ich komme ab jetzt regelmaessig

  4. Oma says:

    I frankly knew about the majority of this, but with that in mind, I still believed it was practical. Great work!

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