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New Mexico student startup ByteWare launches iPad gaming app
ByteWare Apps, a startup from New Mexico State University's student business incubator Studio G, has developed its very first iPad app. The said app is a code generator for the Minecraft computer game, according to ABQ Journal.
Byteware was founded by NMSU students Taylor Burgett and Steven Berard. The app design and development startup created the iPad app Superflat to function as a supplement to Minecraft. The app was launched in December, the report detailed.
In Minecraft, players construct different kinds of objects using pixelated blocks in a 3D environment. Superflat helps players create custom worlds for the said game. After creating a world, they can email the code from within the app, the report explained.
Studio G is New Mexico's first incubator for student startups. Those who are eligible to apply to Studio G are the students of NMSU and alumni who graduated within the last five years, the report added.
Right now, Superflat is only available for iPad on the Apple App Store. ByteWare is currently working to make the app available on the iPhone and Android devices as well ABQ Journal reported.