Recently developed iPhone game “Balance Challenge” is now in pre release. This addicting new game remains un-released, but Kyle Barber is opening up a test version of the application to the first 40 applicants. Featuring a hit soundtrack with artists like Haji Springer, Mellow, Wesley Gillette and Edgar Solorzano, along with incredible graphics featuring artists from Activision and Neutotopia. KBP is accepting sign ups for the next 10 days only.
BroSoft Labs today introduces SquareUpMax 1.1 for iOS, their construction game where players are challenged to return numbered shapes to their original stacked arrangement, following a massive explosion that scatters the shapes randomly. Each shape is shoved or flipped back toward its former position, as demarcated by an empty numbered outline, and a green check appears on each shape as it is returned. Players earn high scores by using less time, fewer moves, and maximizing their bonus.
myTaxiControl announces the release of myTaxiControl 1.1a for iOS. Taxi customers are in a weak position compared to the driver. myTaxiControl completely inverts the power of balance, it puts the passenger in control. It allows to check if the correct tariff is applied. No longer being taken for a ride: the app graphically compares the ideal route to the one taken by the driver. It recalculates the fare as the taxi moves. It can even calculate the estimated fare before boarding a taxi.
Ayogo – Always Online Group today introduces Balance Bomb 1.0, their new game for iPhone and iPod touch. Especially designed to be played in a group, Balance Bomb challenges the players to perfectly balance the iPhone and pass it on to the next player – without triggering the ‘bomb’. The game is easily accessible to new players and reaches out to a wide audience – it is designed be fun to play in families, as well at school or at parties.
UK based Mindwarp Consultancy Ltd today introduces Balance Guide 1.0, their new financial app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Aimed to bridge the gap between pen, paper and a full-blown accounts package, Balance Guide provides quick ongoing forecasting for personal accounts. Not only does Balance Guide provide a quick guide to your finances, but it can also be used to count every dime. The beauty of this app is that it fits around you, not forcing you to fit into what an accountant wants.
In collaboration with Appvent Calendar, Coconut Island Studio makes their best selling game Finger Balance free as a Christmas gift for their fans. Featuring innovative and unique gameplay, your objective is raise and lower both ends of the rod to balance the ball and navigate it through obstacles. Features like 98 Levels, 3 game modes, 23 achievements and OpenFeint integration makes this game more attractive for puzzle lovers.
Tav Shande presents CrunchTime, his new app for iPhone. CrunchTime opens up new ways for users to stay connected and set work-life balance goals while tracking their work hours resulting in better knowledge of how their time is really spent and improving their overall quality of life. It gives the possibility to Track multiple projects and jobs at the same time, gain achievement badges, add friends and colleagues as well see who’s working overtime.
Indie game studio Coconut Island Studio today announces Finger Balance FREE 1.05. Finger Balance has a total innovative gameplay, which let you use a rod to balance a ball and the game control is based on the touch screen. To promote this free game Coconut Island Studio is holding an iPhone 4 raffle draw. The first prize winner can get an iPhone 4 and the 20 second prize winners can win iTunes gift card as well. The raffle will end on 10.17.2010.
Hollywood based Heavy Six Entertainment today announces Fire! Fire! 1.2 for iOS 4, an update to their whimsical game testing balance and reaction time. Featuring high camp graphics and animation, stick figure people jump from atop a burning building, and the player must maneuver a pair of firemen to catch them in the trampoline they hold. After bouncing back up, the jumper may release the water from one of the fire buckets held aloft by helicopters, dousing the flames, and then be caught again.