Ateam Inc. today introduces Ellie – Help me out…please 1.0, its new atmospheric anime stylized “escape the room” adventure for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This mobile game charges players with helping a young woman escape from a locked room where she’s being held ransom. A free title, Ellie – Help Me Out…Please features game hints via in-app purchase as well as a completely new room full of puzzles for users to play through.
Czech based SH Consult announced its excitement over the flood of positive player reaction to Secret Lab for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This intriguing game throws players into a secret American Army Base circa 1960 and challenges them to take part in six unique experiments aimed at training their intuition and unleashing hidden mental powers. Each ‘experiment’ mini-game is geared for all out fun as much as its geared to help players train their sixth sense.
California based innovator, Web Help Desk today announced that the Web Help Desk fully supports the newly released Apple operating system, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion. From its inception, the Web Help Desk established itself as the leading ITSM solution running on the Mac OS platform. Web Help Desk’s centralized approach to ITSM simplifies the management of IT services in a heterogenous environment, and provides portability across platforms when needed.
Chicago based mobile app developer, Aesop Apps today announced the recent launch of Nightlight + Lullaby Songs & Sleep Sounds for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Built as a combined nightlight and sound-machine, the app provides soft light and soothing sounds to help children fall asleep at night. This app provides over a dozen lullaby songs and sleep sounds, as well as six night light images inspired by Aesop’s Fables. The app is available in nine global languages.
In honor of the 42nd anniversary of the first Lunar landing, California based First Light Design, LLC today announced that over the next day, half of all proceeds from the sale of popular astronomy program for the iPad, Distant Suns, will go to help the SETI Institute continued search for extraterrestrial life. All sales between, 20:17 UTC July 20, through 17:54 UTC tomorrow, the 21st, will count towards helping keep the ATA up and running.
California based Studio Seneca today introduces StopDisaster 1.0, their new disaster preparedness utility for iOS devices. This new disaster preparedness app puts the power in your hands to assemble detailed emergency kits for 16 specific emergencies. Protect your family, friends and neighbors and rest easy knowing you’re prepared for emergencies. With StopDisaster, users can be the go-to contact with emergency numbers, meeting points and social media at the ready.
Massachusetts based independent developer James Hollender has released version 2.4 his Vitamin K app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The Vitamin K app allows users to easily find out how much vitamin K there is in over 900 different foods which is critical in helping keep the effectiveness of their blood thinning medications working properly. The new version allows for keeping track of personal Vitamin K intake and the ability to backup and restore the personal information.
QUByte Interactive today introduces Baby Jones 1.0 for iOS, their 3D, animated puzzle game where players try to guide a toddler as he crawls by strategically moving objects in the environment. Players must anticipate the baby’s path as he is drawn to toys, open spaces, and candy. From a 3/4 overhead view with a wide-angle lens, the game view onscreen automatically follows the baby, creating always entertaining visual effects. Ideal for casual gamers, it includes 30 puzzles and four environments.
Swiss development company, RIAMS Software today introduces PadDraw 1.0, their new drawing app for iPad. This children’s oriented art app gives kids of any age the power to color in scenes from PadDraw’s original picture book using a variety of tools. The app’s coloring tools range from those easy enough for a toddler to utilize, to more advanced techniques that challenge young users to color in the lines themselves, without any additional aide.
Oye Faction today announces the release of Zuma Seasons 1.0.1, an exciting new web game for iOS. The game invites players into a feud between a ferocious, child-eating eagle and a heroic and fatherly eagle who only wants to save his children from the evil eagle who kidnapped them. Players are taken on a colorful and fun visual and auditory journey and must face a wide range of obstacles throughout four major levels of play, which are divided into seasons.
Inspired by the need for educational apps that target high school and middle school academics, Success Tips for School 1.1 for iOS helps teens learn the in and outs of doing well in school. Written by teens for teens, Success Tips bypasses the textbook and gets straight to what students want and need – advice on how best to approach schoolwork and how to study effectively. The advice is timely and pertinent for today’s competitive school and work environments.
Prajnu, Inc., creator of innovative self improvement apps, is pleased to announce Visulax Golf 1.0 is now available for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Visulax Golf combines visualization and relaxation to help golfers sleep and improve without making swing changes or spending more money on golf lessons or equipment. Now golfers all over the world have an affordable and easy way to visulax, sleep, and turn their mind into an asset on the golf course.
The Scioto Ridge Job Networking Group, LLC today released 2000Hours 2.5 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application provides unique help for job seekers who will shave months off their job search when they use the tools found in the app. It offers expert advice on resume building, professional interviewing and networking tips. In addition, 2000Hours offers fresh weekly content and real life success stories from 2000Hours users.
Texas based iAstute Inc. today introduces Help Me Decide 1.0, their new entertainment app for iPhone, and iPod touch. Help Me Decide provides users with a quick and fun way to randomly choose one option out of many. The app’s greatest strength is its utter simplicity, consisting of an in-put list screen, a “Decide” button, and nothing else to clutter things up. It’s the perfect tool for deciding which restaurant to eat at, which movie to see, and everything else in between.