The Sphero SDK allows developers to create mobile apps utilizing the ball gaming system. Sphero provides SDK access for both iOS (written in Objective-C) and Android (written in Java) devices. Developers can change everything from the setup and color of the UI to the actual functionality of the ball. Sphero is a robotic ball gaming system that users can control with a tilt, touch, or swing from their smartphone or tablet.
One of the most active categories of APIs added to our web service directory was the games category. 3 of the 10 latest APIs were game or toy-related. There's a new API for accessing 3D data for World of Warcraft, an API for LEGO information, and an API that gets you information on 11,000 game titles from 20 different game platforms. This means there are now 30 game-related APIs in our directory. Here are more details on each of the latest (have fun):
Better hurry--you have passengers to pick up and only a handful of seconds to get them to their destination. TaxiCity takes place on the actual streets of Vancouver. The game was created by students using open data and the Bing Maps API.