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Battle Aliens and Cheaters with 3D iPhone Game

The three computer scientists who created TowerMadness - a critically acclaimed 3D iPhone game - all studied at the Jacobs School. Playing TowerMadness means saving sheep from 3D aliens who have invaded your iPhone. While you battle aliens, the game's developers work behind the scenes to make sure cheaters are kicked off the online leaderboard. The game's cheat resistance is rooted in a unique online replay system that literally replays high-scoring games submitted to the leaderboard in order to check that players legitimately scored as many points as they claim. The full version of TowerMadness and a free demo version are available through the iPhone App Store. Iman Mostafavi a computer science Ph.D. student, Arash Keshmirian, a computer science BS/MS alumnus, and Volker Schonefeld, a former visiting graduate student to the computer science department developed TowerMadness.

Battle Aliens and Cheaters with 3D iPhone Game
Battle Aliens and Cheaters with 3D iPhone Game

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