California based MochiBits today announced that SwipeTapTap is free for a limited time. SwipeTapTap is a fast-paced gesture game where you must quickly eliminate orbs with 9 simple finger movements. STT challenges gamers of all ages and types with its 4 unique game modes, Classic, Memory, Speed and Endurance. Previously featured on Apple’s New and Noteworthy, What’s Hot and a Staff Favorite, SwipeTapTap is Game Center and Openfeint enabled, offering 32 achievements and much more.
Sydney based pwntechnics today announces Game Critic 1.0.2, their game rating and reviews app for iOS devices. Dedicated to aggregating review scores from a diverse range of perspectives, Game Critic provides information and reviews on thousands of game titles from all major platforms, including PS3, XBOX360, WII, PC, DS and PSP. It also allows you to quickly access game cheats, walkthroughs, images and videos. Users can rate or review games and share them with friends or gamers worldwide.
Vancouver based Wise Dogs Services, Inc. today introduces iThink Dirty? 1.0 for iOS, their new Entertainment app that contains more than 50 titillating questions and images designed to test male and female sexuality. After selecting their gender, users view 20 provocative photos and answer a multiple choice question about each image. With background music throughout, and humorous comments after each answer, the app finally rates the degree to which the user is subconsciously obsessed with sex.
UK based Lightwood Games today introduces Pop Words 1.0, their latest word game for iOS devices. Pop Words is especially suitable for the family audience but with harder levels to challenge avid word game fans. It is a classic word ladder set against the open skies for letter shaped balloons to float in. Pop a letter balloon to replace it with another and make a new word. Appealing to players of all ages, Pop Words offers two games modes, featuring friendly cartoon style graphics, and more.
Chozen Concepts today released Make Me Dance Quiz 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This is totally new and unique application that poses multiple choice Q&A about real serious life events and scenarios. All of the app’s content and music is user contributed. A correct answer from a player results in characters dancing hilariously to a random soundtrack, while a wrong answer means the player is laughed at by a different character.
Game developer Bobtan today announces Q Pang 1.3, their popular alien shooter game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. With a decidedly and delightfully modern take on this traditional space invaders arcade format, players exercise their alien annihilating abilities on the murderous but adorable Qs. Q Pang features a multitude of adorably themed worlds, 16 enemy types, and custom audio. Open Feint is supported, and players that buy the game can anticipate its continuous improvement.
People looking to relieve stress now have a new option for blowing off some steam. Texas based FS Entertainment today introduces Face Slap 1.0, their new fun entertainment app for iOS devices. Designed for anyone who has an annoying boss, irritating co-worker, or pesky ex-lover, Face Slap allows users to get slap-happy, without getting arrested. Users can take a photo of anyone and use the app to playfully slap, hit, or whack them and watch as their face distorts in hilarious ways.
Tong Communication Inc. today released Touch! Safari-Free 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This is a new educational application for youngsters aged 2 to 6 years, a no charge download that teaches young children interactively about safari animals. The colorful screens feature animals that are round and look cuddly and with a tap, children can see an animal card and hear the name of an animal. Fully animated action is started with a mere finger tap on an animal or element on the screen.
California based Energize Software today introduces Fun Countdown 1.0, an interactive holiday and custom recurring calendar event iPad app. Use multitouch gestures to position, rotate, and scale visual events. Select built-in music or choose from your own music library, change background pictures, set alerts, and save visual event layouts for later retrieval. Fun Countdown features extensive recurring event options. Display all events in a list sorted by date, name or enabled status and more.
ICON, LLC has released NxtApp 4 Kids 1.0 for iOS. When you start the app you will be presented with multiple types of mathematical challenges. The player is presented with a sequence of four numbers out of which one has to be figured out. NxtApp 4 Kids makes it really easy for kids to learn basics of math in fun new way and thus creates a stronger foundation for them. The app has a really simple user interface and funny cartoon characters in the game to make it more happening for kids.
Zephyr Games today introduces Lumi’s Book of Eyes 1.0 for iOS, the ebook version of the best-selling paperback for kids 3-12, which also includes the I Spy an Eye mini-game. Originally written by ophthalmologist Dr. Robert Abel Jr., the book uses illustrations of different animals to make educational health a fun experience for kids. The ebook targets an international audience and features animals from around the world that teach us the importance of good eye health and the value of eyeglasses.
Digital Nomad Girl Dee Jones today announces two crowd-pleasing apps to celebrate summer and the upcoming Fourth of July Weekend. Cocktails and Cookbook – Easy Recipes 1.0 features a combination of over 600 cocktail, wine and food recipes. This app spotlights a wide variety of Summer and USA themed cocktails. Pocket Cocktails 4.0 is the famous mixology app that now contains over 500 top cocktail recipes each with a full screen photo and step-by-step instructions.
Bent Castle Software announces the release of an iPad app version of the classic tabletop card game, Numbers League. Numbers League 1.0 for iOS engages kids in the challenge of ridding Infinity City of pesky villains, and in the process, hones their incredible mathematical superpowers. Players assemble a team of heroes and use ingenious devices, along with their own math skills, to capture villains. Up to 4 players can play Numbers League on a single iPad making it a great family game.