Saturday, September 17, 2016

Read how an 11-year-old Nigerian boy built a game app that impressed Mark Zuckerberg

The work of an 11-year-old Nigerian boy impressed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg .

He shared the below message on his official page. Zuckerberg said;

This is Tayo. He's 11 and he recently showed me a game he built called Spike Rush. I got my first computer when I was Tayo's age, and just like him I started out coding games. I've always thought building simple games was the gateway to building more complex apps.
My first games were simpler than Tayo's, but no matter your level, there's nothing like playing something you built yourself.

Spike Rush is available in the iOS App Store. I'm looking forward to seeing what Tayo builds next!

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