AppGeneration today introduces Tiny Fish 1.0, their new cartoon action game for iOS devices. In Tiny Fish, you have to tilt your device in order to guide the fish so it can survive and escape from the toxic ocean. Eat cookies, avoid toxic particles and escape from looming predators like the urchin fish or the deadly black fish. Tiny Fish features 20 levels, entertaining soundtrack and sounds with different challenges, Game Center achievements and leader boards and more.
Mupotoon LLC today announces MuPoToon 1.0, the second episode of its iPhone based animated political comedy series. The series’ second episode follows Egypt’s ex-president Hosni Mubarak as he is agonizing over the decision whether to resign or hold on to power. The episode also sheds light on Barack Obama’s much criticized ambiguous position during the recent public uprisings in Cairo.
California based iStoryTime and Cartoon Network Enterprises today announced a first-time partnership that will bring two of the network’s biggest boy brands, Ben 10 and Bakugan, to the iPhone and iPad. Starting today, fans of Ben 10 can download their favorite characters and stories in Ben 10 Ultimate Alien Science Friction. Additional titles from Ben 10 Alien Force and Ben 10 Ultimate Alien will also be available.
Today, Appdicted, LLC, released Cartoon Hairstyles 1.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Cartoon Hairstyles gives people a way to try on cartoon hairstyles using any photo. Try a style on yourself, your friends and even your pets. The app offers over 50 male and female styles to choose from. Cartoon Hairstyles helps create fun and hilarious pictures that can be shared with your friends and family.
MacPhun LLC today released Doodle Cam 1.0 for iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 users. The application is a new launch and the only App in existence that takes real life in real time and transforms it into cartoon style videos and photos, which can be instantly saved and shared. Users have their choice of eleven different effects and seven soundtracks, which can be changed while recording with just a tap of the screen. Whatever a user sees on their iPhone screen is what they get in their photo or video.