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TGfU Games for Elementary PE – Giveaway! (iOS)

October 1, 2012

After 9 months in the planning, production, and post-production phases, TGfU Games for Elementary PE is finally available in the App Store!

It’s been an interesting process to say the least, which has included emotions of both frustration and joy.  All in all, the most valuable lesson I took out of all this was to stay determined.  This was my 6th submission to the App Store with the first 5 being rejected (since July 29th).  This was never due to the content within the application, but it simply involved incorporating more iOS features and native iOS functionality.

Nonetheless, I hope you will find the value of my first ever application, TGfU Games for Elementary PE for iOS devices (iPod, iPhone, iPad).  In fact, stay tuned for an update due for release some time next week integrating the Scringo SDK.  What is Scringo, you ask?

Last but not least, I have 5 promo codes to give away for TGfU Games for Elementary PE .  The first 5 people to either like or comment on this post OR retweet this post on Twitter will “win” the giveaway!

Once more, thank you for all your support in the past 9 months.


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  1. Great ideas…would love to see it and recommend to teaches….great to see innovation on this scale.

  2. Natalie permalink

    Can’t wait to try it! It’s about time something like this was accessible online.

  3. Great ideas!!!!

    Mr Walker

  4. Teresa wheeler permalink

    Looks great

  5. Thank you all for the feedback!!!

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