An iPhone/iPad app icon for a simple game.
Here's a short clip showing the gameplay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDi…e=youtu.be
It's called "Bounce Forever" and you bounce a blue (RGB: 0,0,255) block over a black (RGB: 38,38,38) background, with a red (RGB: 127,0,0) "death zone" at the bottom. The block gets bounced at random velocities and angles, and spins around while in the air.
It's for iOS 7/8, so I'll need the new icon sizes. Here's a handy template: http://appicontemplate.com/ios8.
I need the icon in the following sizes, as .pngs
I'd also like the Photoshop file used to create everything in case I need to make any adjustments.
Here is Apple's advice for a great icon:
Create an abstract interpretation of your app’s main idea. It rarely works well to use a photo or screenshot in an app icon because photographic details can be very hard to see at small sizes. Typically, it’s better to interpret reality in an artistic way, because doing so lets you emphasize the aspects of the subject that you want users to notice.
Use universal imagery that people will easily recognize. In general, avoid focusing on a secondary or obscure aspect of an element. For example, the Mail app icon uses an envelope, not a rural mailbox, a mail carrier’s bag, or a post office symbol.
Embrace simplicity. In particular, avoid cramming lots of different images into your icon. Find a single element that captures the essence of your app and express that element in a simple, unique shape. Add details cautiously. If an icon’s content or shape is overly complex, the details can become confusing and may appear muddy at smaller sizes.
Make sure the app icon looks good on a variety of backgrounds. Don’t just test your icon on a light or dark background, because you can’t predict which wallpaper people will choose.
Avoid transparency. An app icon should be opaque. If the icon’s boundaries are smaller than the recommended sizes—or you use transparency to create “see-through” areas—the resulting icon can appear to float on a dark background, which tends to look especially unattractive on the beautiful wallpapers that users choose.