“Ping Pong, haven’t they kinda already done that?”, “it’s not actually a proper sport though, is it?”, “Table Tennis?! does that even have rules?”. It wasn’t uncommon to hear such remarks from people around me whenever I told them I was making a Table Tennis game. So why on earth would anybody want to make one? Read More
As a programmer I love bringing our designers’ ideas to life. As the owner of a small company I also spend a lot of my time doing admin tasks. But today someone ticked the “international taxation specialist” checkbox in whatever serves as my job description. So what is a W-8BEN, an EIN and is Yakuto fiscally transparent in the eyes of Uncle Sam? Read More
Table Tennis Touch has been a remarkably bug free game. Its recent update saw us fix every issue our players have reported, except one: the disappearing bat. So why would we leave such an annoying bug unfixed? Read More
In-App Purchases (IAPs) - you either hate them or tolerate them. No one ever loves them. Why would you? They cost you money. Some would label them evil, and why not? Often they serve as a tax on fun. Read More
Exciting news! The first update to Table Tennis Touch is out tonight!
After we got over the shock of people actually playing the game, we wanted to tweak a few things that we weren’t quite happy with. We also wanted to address some common player feedback. We think this version is better…let’s see what everyone else thinks! Here’s what’s new: Read More
We should probably explain why Table Tennis Touch is full of Alan Partridge quotes. Well, we just love Alan… in a way. Who doesn’t!? When sitting down at someone’s dining table, who isn’t compelled to ask if it’s an extender? Read More
I thought I’d kick off our blog with several ‘welcome’s and a big ‘hello’. The first ‘welcome’, is to you; welcome to our brand new Yakuto website and blog. We’ll have lots of information here in the coming months about what’s keeping us busy. Read More