Learn how to animate and rotate your sprite in your game.
Learn how to define physics shapes so you can utilize Sprite Kit’s built in physics engine for collision detection in your game.
Learn how to add the background to your game so that it works on a variety of screen sizes and aspect ratios.
Learn how to create your own mini physics engine to move your sprite and get the specific behavior and feel you want for your game.
Learn how to add a main menu to your game.
Learn how to put the finishing touches on your game and get it ready for the App Store.
Learn how to move the background to give the illusion of movement in your game.
Learn how to use Sprite Kit’s built in physics engine to notify you when two things collide in your game.
Learn how to present a score card in an animated way in your game.
Learn how to keep score in your game!
Learn how to spawn obstacles in your game, in this case cacti that move across the screen creating a challenge for the player.
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to move cells around collection views using drag and drop.
Check out some apps made by fellow readers in January – including a symmetric drawing app, realtime photo sharing for events, and a funny alarm!
Learn how to enable dynamic table view cell height in iOS 8
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to delete cells from the collection view.