Realore today introduces Farm Mania HD 1.0, their new agricultural simulation game for iPad. Players not only plant and sell crops, but also water and feed multiple animals as well as bake tasty pies and cakes, make warm scarfs and gloves, and implement modern technologies and their own know-how to make the farm of their dream. With beautiful HD graphics and lively presentation, Farm Mania HD features 60 challenging levels in arcade and casual modes and 12 hidden object mini games.
With the release of MobileMarketing for Mac, small business owners are able to create high-response SMS text marketing campaigns right on their computer. MobileMarketing uses Address Book to send customized SMS text blasts through approved SMS text service bureaus. Users simply type in their message, choose their service bureau and send the campaign off. MobileMarketing will keep track of how many characters each message is as to not exceed the 160-character limit and incur additional charges.
Melbourne based developer, GAMEized today introduces FingerKicks 1.0, their fun and action-packed football game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The game was designed for iOS gamers to have fun doing simple goal-kicking action by using their fingers with an objective to hit as many as possible’s goal score. It’s suitable for all ages, non-violent action game that’s safe for kids, extremely fun for adults, and surely a big challenge for your fingers.
Hot on the heels of their number one smash-hit, Burn the Rope, Big Blue Bubble Inc. is pleased to announce that they are trading in their torches for monsters! Paper Munchers 1.0, their explosively new, physics-based game, has officially arrived on the App Store. Explode your way through five worlds and 75 levels of munching mayhem. Paper Munchers is packed full of explosive physics, unique characters, and 5 Worlds with a whole feast of new content to come.
Virginia based Hunter Research and Technology today announces Wx 6, a reinvented version of the weather app that was named a 2009 Mac Gem by Macworld magazine. Wx displays current conditions, forecasts, warnings, and radar for U.S. locations using high fidelity XML data from the National Weather Service. Designed for both serious weather watchers and casual users alike, Wx offers detailed information and facts in a fast, clean, and functional weather app.
Pixowl Inc. announced today the release and update to Doodle Grub, their popular free casual mobile game, inspired by the classic game Snake. Praised for its successful combination of beautiful graphics and addictive gameplay, Doodle Grub received positive feedback from critics and gamers alike. The new version improves existing social features by adding OpenFeint compatibility and enabled option of re-syncing offline achievements.
Eric LaBadie, founder of NationLocation, top online game developer based in San Francisco, today proudly unveiled Air Monkey for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad on App Store worldwide. This game is an adaptation to the previous popular online flash-based game released four years ago by the company. The player’s objective is to help Air Monkey climb up unique and challenging trees by maneuvering him up a maze of swinging ropes.
Haha Interactive today announces My Wonderful Days 1.2, an update to their productivity app for iOS devices. My Wonderful Days can be used as a diary, or a simple notepad. Its main feature is one-note-a-day with a feeling inside. Statistics about written notes are shown as the weather outside a window; making a shiny sunny day for good feelings and rainy days for bad feelings. Version 1.2 adds aging to notes as they get older over time, as well as a much more powerful search feature.
Worldwide Marketplace today introduce their new global advertising platform for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. With Worldwide-Marketplace 1.0, search and find in thousands of categorized photo-ads whatever you desire, or place your own ad. Browse and include ads with picture inside this market in more than 21 categories and many sub-categories worldwide in all languages. Usage of the market is free for both, private and commercial users.
The Playforge today unveiled the highly-anticipated iPad version of their playfully addictive iOS game, Zombie Farm. Zombie Farm is one of the highest grossing iOS games of all time, and the Universal version of the freemium hit will be offered to the millions of players on iPhone and iPod touch. With the release of Zombie Farm for iPad, hordes of lovable home grown zombies can roam further with the new tablet-optimized graphics, and a slew of new items.
Notion today introduces Sugar Rush for iPhone 1.0, their second game for iOS. You are a small orange creature with an appetite for desserts, cakes and ice cream. Tilt your device to eat candies and other treats. Every single tasty morsel allows you to bounce higher into the sky. When you have 100 points or more, you can save yourself by jumping. Compete against other players for the highest score and try to rack up achievements in Game Center.
Ergonis Software today releases Typinator 4.4, an update to their popular text expander. Typinator is a powerful, yet elegantly simple solution that boosts your productivity by automating the process of inserting frequently used text and auto-correcting typing errors. Version 4.4 comes with a list of 35 enhancements, including a new preference setting to control the volume of the expansion sounds, several fine-tuned enhancements of Typinator’s Quick Search and Quick Define feature and more.
Minneapolis-based Subsume Technologies today introduces calendaRSS 1.0, an innovative new RSS and Atom feed reader for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Using calendaRSS, website news items automatically appear as events right in Calendar, dramatically speeding up and simplifying the viewing experience. Feeds are automatically downloaded in the background, and calendaRSS supports feed URLs copied in Safari for easy entry.
Furry Friend Photos today introduces Travesty 1.0, its new nonsensical text generating program for iPad. Travesty is modeled after a similarly named program found in an ancient personal computer magazine. It analyzes an input text for letter frequencies and sequences, and uses that analysis to form new words that match the original’s sequences. Create a totally unique baby name. Or just sit back and chuckle at the words that Travesty can come up with.