California based independent developer Terry Weissman announced that his innovative 3D game, Ball Pit 2.0, is now available for free. Ball Pit is best played standing up, so you can easily spin around to see everything that happens around you. Your iPhone 4 or 4th generation iPod touch acts as a window between you and the world of Ball Pit. Version 2.0 builds on the game’s popularity by improving game play, with the addition of a thrust button, power-ups, Game Center integration, and more.
Indie software engineer Oren Meiri today unveils air-Draw 1.1, his latest drawing app for iPhone 4. Powered by the built-in gyroscope of the iPhone 4, air-Draw monitors motion of the device and converts it to strokes in the drawing. The user moves the iPhone as if it is a laser-pen, drawing on an imaginary large canvas suspended in the air. By translating movement to shape, air-Draw enables a new form of creative expression. Users can save to Photos, email friends, share on Facebook, or tweet.
Gyro Air Drums 1.1, a gyroscope controlled virtual drum set app, now includes a full touch drum set that works on any iOS 4 device. The touch drum set is the most fluid available on the app store. Users can slide to play or tap to play the new animated drum set. If a user upgrades their device to the new iPod touch or to an iPhone 4, the app automatically upgrades and includes the gyroscope controlled air drums.
Virginia based Vito Technology Inc. today announced Star Walk 4.5, an update to their popular stargazing guide for iOS. The main new feature of this update is Help Arrows that show you where to look to see the Big Dipper, Mars, or any star you choose. Point your iPad or iPhone at the sky and the green arrows will guide you to the desired goal. Version 4.5 features gyroscope support on iPhone 4, Moon rise and Moon set info on SkyLive screen, full multitasking support and minor bug fixes.