InnoLab challenges gamers to play basketball and try bowling in outer space with the launch of its newly updated Cosmic Ball application for iPhone and iPad, an app that puts a fast-paced new spin on two classic games. Players race the clock to make as many baskets as they can. But in space, players cannot use their hands to aim the basketball – they must bounce it off a platform that is controlled by moving the iPhone or iPad.
Indie developer Chinh Nguyen has just released his addictive 3D sport game for iPhone, iPod and iPad, Cosmic Ball. It is a new sport game which the player plays ball in open space with stars. The game is similar to basketball but instead of player touching and throwing ball into the net, a ball is dropped randomly once from the air. Player needs to tilt the device to catch the ball and make it bounce from a special base into one of the two nets.
Softmatic today introduces Cosmic 1.0 for iPhone and iPad. Cosmic bundles a real-time planetarium, and comprehensive sky atlas and star chart printing in a single app. It will not only display over 100,000 stars with detailed backgound info, Cosmic also shows thousands of deep sky objects and our solar system bodies. Cosmic uses the latest OpenGL ES technology for an immersive user experience, a fluid and responsive interface, and a stunningly beautiful, yet astronomically correct display.
Chicago based Cool Bear Studios today announces Cosmic Top 1.0, its first application for iOS devices. Like a virtual toy, Cosmic Top is an audiovisual physics-based simulation of a spinning, wobbling, and sometimes morphing top. The top can take on unlimited shapes and sounds which appear to glow and hum from within the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. The player has full control of the top and can experience it from all angles in 3D simply by moving the device around in real space.