With the razor sharp intellect of Brain Age and social charms of Farmville, the social brain game GardenMind has been announced as a Finalist for next week’s Canadian Video Game of the Year Awards in the Social/Casual games category. This is a Mac-friendly game determined to make you think on all levels. GardenMind is a free-to-play game for lovers of brain games, puzzles games, Sudoku style games and those of you who generally enjoy flexing the big muscle between your ears.
Sigma Game today announces American Ball 1.2, a new update for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Extremely straight forward to play, American Ball offers users the chance to play a virtual version of ball rolling game straight from their mobile device. It utilizes an ultra-realistic physics engine and responsive touch controls to offer users a classic arcade ball rolling style game that comes as closely as possible to emulating the feel of its real world contemporaries.
iTech Developers today introduces Fat Kiosk HD 1.0 for iOS, their new visualization app that adds the effects of weight gain and aging to any frontal photo. The app employs automatic face recognition to detect the eyes, mouth, and chin, and advanced image processing to simulate how that face would appear if the person gained 100 pounds. Photos may be taken from the Gallery or camera, and shared using Facebook, Twitter, eMail, or SMS. The app includes both automatic and manual controls.
Dynamic Systems Group today introduces Age of Hammer Wars 1.0, their new game for iOS. Land and sky here are ruled by diminutive helicopter machines fashioned from wood and steel. A player takes control over one of the machines and is left facing quite a number of not-so-friendly neighbours. On top of the classical “shoot-them-all”, the game puts the player through inventive tasks of guarding the cargo ship, breaking from jail and even the battle with an enemy chained to player’s machine.
UK based Mobile Force Corp. today announces AutoRobot TD – Defend and Defeat for the iPhone and iPod touch. A visually dynamic mobile tower defense gaming experience, AutoRobot TD throws players into the role of a combat commander charged with defeating waves of enemies efficiently and creatively enough to keep their tower intact and stop any foe from crossing the game field. Players can choose between single player matches and heads-up matches via either a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection.