Martin Kess, one of the founding members of CompSci.ca, has been busy working on a fantastic looking game for the BlackBerry platform: Addictive Tower Defense. This isn’t the first of the quality games to come from the CompSci.ca community members, but it certainly raises the bar once again.
I caught up with Martin to talk about the game.
After having been served a legal notice by LanSchool, the matter has since been resolved; rather quickly at that.
I would like to personally thank Greg Wilson and Jon Erickson for helping us greatly with this issue; and I’d like to extend this thanks to Anthony Aziz, David Crow, Gianni Chiappetta, and everybody else who helped out, gave advice, or simply offered support. You guys are great!
It appears that Dan, myself, and all of the Computer Science Canada community is being threatened with legal actions, courtesy of LanSchool — a classroom management software, that monitors students’ activity (“now available with USB Limiting and Keystroke Monitoring”).