Michigan based Red Sky today introduces Bumper Balls 1.0, its new game for iOS devices. In Bumper Balls, you launch the black balls at the red balls, with a slingshot-like firing mechanism. However, you have a limited number of shots and many obstacles in your way. Bumpers bounce your ball away, spikes destroy your ball, and vortexes pull your ball towards them. Also, bars block certain paths to the red balls. Featuring 30 unique levels, Bumper Balls is sure to please.
Michigan based Red Sky will soon be releasing Bumper Balls, their third iPhone app. Their best app yet, Bumper Balls will be released Wednesday, July 20. In Bumper Balls, you launch the black balls at the red ones, with a slingshot-like firing mechanism. However, you have a limited number of shots and obstacles in your way. Bumpers bounce your ball away, spikes destroy your ball, and vortex’s suck your ball towards it. Also, bars block certain paths to the red balls.
NSC Partners LLC today announces Clean Energy Hawaii STEM for Apple’s revolutionary iPad device. Developed in partnership with the MEDB Women in Technology Project, Clean Energy Hawaii STEM was designed specifically to support innovative energy science education worldwide – to be used by teachers, parents and students in class or at home to augment a science, technology, engineering and mathematics curriculum. Hawaii is used as a portal because of its ambitious goal of 70% Clean Energy by 2030.
Tim Piazza’s iPad stand is a simple easel that holds the iPad upright on a flat surface. Tim created this inexpensive iPad stand from corrugated plastic to raise money for charities. Available in black, silver and white, the stands are sold through his Ezzyl website and the customer can choose a charity for 20% of the proceeds to be donated to. Piazza selected charities based on their strong ratings and global reach, and feels by giving buyers a choice, they participate in the giving.
AutoTTS HD for iPad builds on the successful AutoRingtone app and service that No Tie Software has provided since November. In the five months since release, AutoRingtone users have created over 600,000 custom ringtones. The iPad version leverages the large screen and keyboard of the iPad. While the functionality is similar to the iPhone version, users can simply touch the photo of the speaker they wish to use, making the app even more fun to use.