“Kwik allows me to easily export and position each elements for our programmers.”Christopher Cubos
Pinay Beach Wars
Explore nice beaches in the Philippines in Samal Island,El Nido Palawan, and Boracay and protect them from invaders.
★ 3 Worlds x 14 Levels per world = 42 challenging levels
★ End of level boss fights that will get you thinking out of the box
★ Different skills and powers of minions let you adapt to any situation
★ Training mode allows you to refine your aiming skills as well as provide you with nice gold
★ Endless mode (unlocked at the end of each world) allows you to grind more gold and master the skills of the enemies
★ Challenge your friends or the world and find out who’s the best (Game Center Soon)
★ Three (3) different beach battlefields (Boracay, Samal Island, El Nido Palawan)
★ Three (3) different bad-ass guns to improve your damage
★ Three (3) awesome boats to increase your defenses
★ Three (3) hats to increase your life
How did Kwik help?
I primarily layout all our games in Photoshop and Kwik allows me to easily export and position each elements for our programmers. This makes all the process significantly faster that what I was used to before.
We have our own libraries and existing classes that help our workflow move fast and kwik was the final ingredient to make it super fast.
What are your favorite features?
Easy layout. Quick slicing of all elements.
Any tips and tricks to share?
Don’t forget to use .jpg in larger photographic images to enable you to compress more and save space.