Flip Flop Games to bring sick kids’ ideas to life

By Brenna Hillier
23 January 2012 06:19 GMT

Next time you’re browsing the App Store, check out the work of Flip Flop Games. This iOS developer is a one-man show, and the man in question is an 11 year old. But wait! It gets better. Develop reports creator Conner Haines has launched a scheme called BElieve to make games based on ideas submitted by children with cancer, and donate all the proceeds to the Make-A-Wish foundation. Haines works in Game Salad, and expects to turn submissions into working titles within a few months of receipt. His major personal project, Take Me Back, is due in 2013.

Thanks, Joystiq.

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