The Cooties epidemic has spread to iPhones all over the world, but the indie developers from ImaginaryFeet haven’t seen much revenue. So, after a positive initial response to the game’s launch in April, indie developers Emil Anticevic and Tom McLeod are redesigning levels, adding new features, and trading in their original pricing strategy for a tiered in-app purchase system. The newest update brings the game down to less than 20 mgs and boasts two new in-app purchases.
Dreamix Studios announces the update to Album App version 2.0. Album App is an iPad app designed to create full featured digital albums. In a matter of minutes you can have your very own album. Once completed you can present your family and friends your photo albums in view mode. Edit, scroll and view your albums with only a few touches. New features include sharing via Facebook and Twitter, printing, re-ordering pages and emailing complete albums.
Fly-n-BOOM! is an exciting new game inspired by Angry Birds and is available immediately on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. With innovative game-play, guide a terrified bunny tied to a speeding rocket through challenging physics-based levels. Bail from the rocket before launching it towards those pesky foes. Watch as the blast propels objects and causes structures to tumble down. Make a splash by sinking all bad guys into the watery hazard below. Rack up points with special items and bonuses.
To commemorate the tremendous success of Rafter on both the iPad and the iPhone, as well as mark its one year anniversary, Punflay announced that Rafter HD and Rafter on the iPhone will be going free on Sunday, the coming week, Aug 22nd, for the whole day. Punflay is also partnering up with iPhoneinsanity for a giveaway to have more people try out Rafter. Rafter is an uber cool physics puzzle featuring blocks and spheres which have to be dropped with precision to strike a mine.