“I just wanted to make an iPhone app. I thought it would be cool. And I wanted to see if I could do it.”
14-year-old Utah eighth-grader Robert Nay, who created the world’s most frequently downloaded free iPhone application, a mini-video game called “Bubble Ball.” Nay, who spent weeks developing the app at a public library in Utah said he was inspired by his enthusiasm for electronic games in general and his interest in tinkering with computers.
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Watch an interview with Robert below:
Watch a video demo of the game below: