The award-winning game Blowing from LNA Studio has found an enthusiastic market in the Apple App Store. The goal of the game is for the player to protect his or her digital feast from waves of attacking picnic crashers by blowing them away. By blowing on the iOS device’s microphone, the player is able to sweep away the hungry horde. To celebrate the game’s popularity among players and critics alike, for a limited time Blowing is being offered on sale as a thank you to its fans.
LNA Studio proudly announces the release of Blowing 1.1.2 for iOS. Blowing is a cute, simple game that has earned its title as a novel piece of development by instituting a brilliantly new control system. In Blowing, the objective is to keep the ants and other critters from creeping up on your delicious goodies. To meet this objective, players blow. Not virtually: players actually blow into their iPhone microphone to chase away the ants, ladybugs, and snails determined to find a free lunch.
California based Tiny Mobile Inc. today introduces FaceBomb Photo Explosion Booth Live 1.0, their new free psychedelic photography app for iOS devices. FaceBomb takes your camera’s live feed and multiplies it leading to a photo explosion on your iPhone 4, iPad 2 or iPod touch 4th generation. FaceBomb comes with 10 different photo explosion styles for hours of fun. Add up to 20 more photo explosion styles for the ultimate FaceBomb experience.
Polish Jokes Entertainment today announced that Blow Up the Frog 1.4 its non-disturbing frog blowing simulator for iOS will be available for free today, tomorrow and the day after. Blow Up the Frog simulates a game some twisted teenagers play in their backyards since the invention of the straw. In short – the app user grabs a frog, by touching the screen, and then starts blowing into the iPhone’s microphone.