A private contractor came under insurgent fire last month while stationed at a base near Kabul, Afghanistan. Using only his iPhone and Tactical NAV, he was able to quickly relay the coordinates of his position to the International Security Assistance Force tactical operations center for help. An unmanned aerial vehicle was dispatched to his location and the insurgent attack was thwarted. Tactical NAV 2.0 assists troops in mapping, plotting and photographing waypoints on the battlefield and more.
Kuzmycz Software today introduces Number Attack 1.0 for iPad, their new game that challenges one or two players to test their basic math skills, and enter answers by writing them directly on the screen where they are read by the game’s built-in handwriting recognition capabilities. The game features: three levels of difficulty, five categories of math problems, six multiplayer modes, achievements, leaderboards, and high scores. Players will soon notice improvement in their basic math skills.
Dark Shadow Games today announces XY7 1.1.1, an update to their attack fighter game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. XY7 is a retro vertical scrolling shoot ’em up. Your mission is to destroy as much as possible. The XY7 Attack Fighter is the most advanced single pilot craft in the universe, and controlled by tilting your device. As you complete challenging missions collect upgrade points. XY7 features 29 action packed levels including a challenging range of enemies with Game Center support.
Broadsword Publishing today announces Attack Kumquat HD 1.2 for iPad in Chinese. The player must successfully create mechanical linkages, causing a chain reaction that squashes the kumquat, a small orange-like fruit. HD gameplay takes place in the Arctic, Jungle, Grand Canyon. The new Sahara level introduce to increase the number of levels to 72. Version 1.2 is just one in a series of updates produced in response to customer feedback.
Broadsword Publishing today announces Attack Kumquat HD 1.0.2 for iPad, an update to their physics-based fruit-squishing game. The player must create mechanical linkages, causing a chain reaction that squashes the kumquat, a small orange-like fruit. Players release a metal ball that interacts with bombs, trampolines, boxing gloves, cannons, magnets, rope, weights, scissors, and scaffolding to squish the fruit. HD gameplay takes place in the Arctic, Jungle, and Grand Canyon through 54 levels.
Nemoid Studio today announces Tunes Attack! 1.5, a major update to their rhythm game for iOS. Tunes Attack! features 3 different musical games in one, including the classical guitar tap game, a scooter race and a space shooter, all dynamically generated by the player’s music. With the recent release of Apple iOS 4 it is now possible to play directly with the music from the iPod Library. Apps can now import songs from the iPod Library and opened the way to DJ apps and rhythm games.