For those who haven't noticed already, Simpocalypse 1.0.2 has been available since Monday, May 4th. This corrects several bugs in the application, and most importantly makes some of the dialog boxes more relevant and helpful. We're still working on a new release with some other usability improvements and added features, stay tuned!
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As promised, Simpocalypse has been released on time! The app has been tested and is compatible with Windows and Mac (both Intel and PPC) as well as Linux. Downloads can be found at www.simpocalypse.org. Since so many schools are using ChromeBooks and iOS devices we decided to set up an online server that is capable of running the Simpocalypse app virtually through any browser. Android tablets are also capable of running the online version. For those using iOS devices, it seems to function pretty well on iPads, but not so well on an iPhones. Screen real estate seems to be the major issue. We currently have an iOS version in development and will release it as soon as it becomes available. Something to look forward to in the next release...the ability to introduce a vaccine at any stage of the disease progression. Be on the lookout for updates!
We are on track for the deployment of Simpocalypse version 1.0 on May 1st, 2020! We are currently putting the final touches on what is going on under the hood of the program as well as cleaning up compatibility issues with multiple platforms. Stay tuned for more information in the coming week.