CulinartMedia today releases Favorite Recipes 1.2, an update to its popular feature-rich recipes app for iOS devices. Part of its icook2day series, Favorite Recipes offers 70 recipes featuring step-by-step directions, ingredients lists, and cooking instructions, complemented by professionally crafted photographs. The handy video function has also been updated to show step-by-step processes. And with version 1.2, recipes can be shared with friends, colleagues, and family via Facebook.
California based Sulaba Inc. today releases Race Gear 1.0.2 for iOS, a revolutionary 3D car racing game and learning tool for both kids and teenagers. Learn the physics of driving by practicing u-turns, sharp turns, wide turns, blind turns and find the optimal speed for each. With intuitive steering & breaking, you will be in control before you know it. With inside & outside of the car views, you can learn the effects of your actions on the road from both a driver’s & an observer’s perspective.
Independent software developers Francesco Chessari and Nicola Pacini introduce Stamp Art Fever 1.0.1, their new simulation game for iOS devices. In Stamp Art Fever, you are a stamp collector continuously searching for new pieces to add to your collection. You have several ways to get the stamps you are looking for: the Philately and the Black Market. The game is enlivened by events, such as fire and theft, which could slow down your career.
Virginia based Vito Technology today announces “Family Doctor – Symptoms and Diagnosis”, a new family friendly app for iOS. Family Doctor reproduces the popular symptoms checker book ”Home Adviser” with interactive features that make it easy and fun to use. The 150 easy-to-follow symptom charts will help you determine the importance of your symptom: whether it is a minor disease that can be treated with self-measures or something more serious requiring immediate doctor’s interference.
UK based Feel Great Games Ltd announces Mogul 1.01, their virtual property trading game for iPhone. Mogul gets people off the couch into the streets to trade in real-world properties in a virtual property market. Players buy properties by taking photos of real world buildings – from the Eiffel Tower or Golden Gate Bridge to their home or local landmark. New purchases, or investments in other players’ properties, drives prices both up and down in Mogul’s virtual global property market.