|Born and raised in France, now raising my sons in the US while developing my dress up game business. I love drawing characters, and I don't like having a boss, so owning a dress up site is literally my dream job!|
I’ve just launched this game as an app for Android phones! This one is ad free but costs $0.99.
For now I’d like to give the app a chance to get downloads, while I’ll be working on a web version to be released in December.
I hope you guys aren’t surprised by this move on my part? I’m a creature of habit so if it were up to me, trust me, I wouldn’t bother with apps and just focus on growing my website. But there’s this nasty rumor that Flash Player will be removed from browsers in 2020 which is bad news for websites like mine that completely rely on it. So I’m not sure what the future holds exactly and am trying to figure out how I’ll keep making a living.
If you’re able to download it, I hope you enjoy it! It’s my first time selling a game, and I did my best to make it beautiful, clean and professional. If you can, please give me a good rating to boost exposure in the Google Play Store. Also feedback about the app here on DeviantArt is really appreciated. Thanks for your support.
And thank you Tiana Wilder, for your kind review!
I’m drawing veils at the moment… this game is getting there! At first I was gonna make everything just white, with no color palette since the theme is classical wedding dress game, not princess; but with many requests for more than just white, I was swayed to include some colors! There’ll be white, off white, light pink, light purple, black, red.
Almost all of them are here, I didn’t try Elena, Sophia or Elowny because I’ve never seen them on screen.
I’ve put the wedding game on hold for a few weeks, first I’m finishing up an old game from years ago that I had put aside. It’s a fashion game with two girls side by side. The girl on the left is ready!
I used to watch ANTM which is where the title comes from… it doesn’t match the game perfectly but I kept it since the dolls are so posy.
I’ve released a 2nd app for the Google Play Store: Dress up Azalea (adapted from Azalea 4).
It’s a free app, with an ad in it, which was actually a pain in the neck to implement. I’m still new to apps and learning about the process. This time I was able also to add a save button so you can easily save a screenshot to your phone’s gallery.
Compared to the web version: the app has 4 new hairstyles, 6 new outfits, and a fuller color palette for all of the clothes section; no drag n drop because it’s impractical in a phone app, instead, a few accessories derived from the old drag n drop.
If you download it, please let me know here, what is your opinion on it, advice, etc?
If you can give the app a positive rating in the Google Play Store, thanks a million because that helps me so much!
Regarding the wedding dress, thank you for all the feedback, designer names were especially helpful! I will incorporate what I can but it’s a bit overwhelming because really, the possibilities are endless…