Codea - iPad Game Maker for a Dollar

Adelaide, Australia - Dec 22, 2011 - Codea, formerly called Codify, is now available for $0.99 USD during the holiday season. Codea is an iPad App that allows users to create and play interactive games and simulations directly on their device. It has become a hit with game designers, artists and students all over the world.

Codea has been updated extensively since release and now includes image editing, fullscreen mode, persistent storage and brand new art assets for use in game development.

Hundreds of games and simulations have been created and shared with Codea. For a small sampling, please see, or view the discussions at

Codea will be available at this very special price until December 29, 2011. 

About Codea

Built on the Lua programming language, Codea provides one of the richest coding environments available. Users can adjust numbers simply by dragging them, as well as touch colors and images directly in their code to visually edit them. At any time the code can be played, dropping the user into an interactive viewer that responds to multi-touch, accelerometer and more.

Codea is designed for rapid prototyping and easy development. It includes full, in-line reference documentation at the touch of a button, intelligent auto-completion, and a beautiful user interface. 

For media and video please see

About Two Lives Left

Two Lives Left is an Adelaide company that was formed in 2009 by Simeon Nasilowski, John Millard and Dylan Sale while they were studying their PhDs in Computer Science at The University of Adelaide. They create fun and interesting games all the time.

Their website is and they can be found on and  

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