NewsTreehouse Launches Space Cat for iPhone

Gill Carson
writes on July 7, 2014

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Treehouse has launched its very first iPhone game! It’s called Space Cat, and it’s available now for free in the App Store.

Space Cat’s day job is defending the moon against space dogs. Not many of us can say that, now can we?

The game is a new twist on the classic arcade shooter and was developed as part of our latest iOS development course, “How to Build a Game with Sprite Kit” by Amit Bijlani.

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Check out the game, give it a try, and tell us what you think!

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  6. kelvin on July 19, 2014 at 1:28 pm said:

    amazing game and i tried hacking into it. i created a similar one by following along with the tutorials. in the actual tutorial Amit get the projectile and the enemy to disappear now my question is what if i wanted just the enemy to disappear when i fire at them. instead of setting the [projectile removeFromParent] what can i set instead so that the projectile don’t disappear at all. i asked a similar question on but no here: https://teamtreehouse.com/forum/skphysics got back to me yet . any ideas would be greatly apprecaited

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