Velvet Rock Apps today introduces LightsOut 1.0 for iPad, their general knowledge quiz game for one or two players. The game includes over 750 multiple choice questions on a variety of topics: images, TV, movies, music, science, anagrams, nature, history, sports, etc. In 1-player mode, players have a maximum of 10 seconds per question, scoring more points the faster they answer. In 2-player mode, contestants on opposite sides of the board compete to be first to answer the question correctly.
California based Big Ideas Corporation today announces Say What You See: The Collection, the sequel to its successful debut iPhone game. Say What You See is an intuitive puzzle game with a new take on the hidden object genre. Hidden inside each themed canvas, Scary Movies and Books 2 Film, are clues in the form of rebus riddles. Users must spot and decipher the 50 clues in each. Each iCanvas is exclusively designed and hand-painted by internationally renowned artist Amie Bolissian.
Chicago based Intersog LLC announces Full Business Learning 1.0 for iPad, a free addition to the popular Learning-To-Go series of mobile learning apps. Full Business Learning allows users to supplement their knowledge of business via learning tests composed from over 1500 flashcards covering a diverse array business topics and aggregated from 17 of the most popular Learning-To-Go business courses. All included information within the app is relevant to real-world business environments.
Blue Mango Learning Systems, the creators of ScreenSteps, have launched an iPad visual knowledge base for iPad users. The knowledge base contains visual, step-by-step guides for Keynote, Numbers, Pages, iBooks, Mail and Safari. This new site is a resource that will help iPad users get the most out of their iPad applications. In addition, the iPad knowledge base is an excellent example to iPad developers of how effective visual documentation can be in supporting their customers.