Indie iOS developer Spielhaus today introduces Pixel Dude: Editor for Pixel Art with Dropbox Support 1.0, a easy-to-use pixel art editor specifically designed for the iPad. Featuring clever color selection tools and useful shortcut gestures, the app lets the user focus on the art of pushing pixels while staying out of the way to make room for the creative mind. Pixel Dude is geared towards developers who seek to create sprites for their games as well as designers and pixel art aficionados.
Austin based Applicity Entertainment Corporation today introduces “King Idiot 1 – Are You An Idiot?” and “King Idiot 2 – Rise of the Morons.” This pair of highly addictive brainteasers challenges each player to prove to the world they are, in fact, not a complete idiot. Players are transported to the crazy land of Idiotopia. Solve multiple brain-smashing challenges & mind-numbing puzzles across nine levels of difficulty. Meet new ridiculous characters and progress through the world of Idiotopia.
Independent developer Nigel Green today introduces CreativeMe 1.0 for iOS. Using gestures such as pinching, panning and rotating, CreativeMe manipulates photos and text to quickly create professional looking images that can be saved as a CreativeMe Project, emailed as a PNG image or PDF, printed directly to a network printer or exported to the iPad Photo Album. One of the many uses for CreativeMe is being able to add different frames and matte boards to photos imported from the iPad Photo Album.
Los Angeles based BadOnlineDates has announced BadDates 1.7 an update to the site’s free mobile companion app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This entertaining application allows users to share their dating horror stories on the go, now even in real-time. BadDates allows users to scour through disastrous date stories posted by other users, comment on the ones they like, and – in a newly introduced feature – even post their own bad date’s play-by-play in real time.
Sysapps today introduces Zombie Juggler 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. Get ready for some fast juggling action! Zombie Juggler is easy to learn hard to master. You have four buttons to control the zombie into four different positions that will allow you to catch the flying skulls. The skulls fly faster and faster and you must not allow any skull fall to the ground. With Zombie Juggler you will not stop juggling.
Ontario based Murtha Design Inc. today releases Unnecessary Censorship 1.3, an update to its one-of-a-kind App for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch and iPad. Unnecessary Censorship allows you to bleep, pixelate and censor video of your friends, family, pets, or anyone you wish to give the illusion that they swore or did something inappropriate. Share it on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Email, iPhoto Export, or iTunes File Sharing. This is the best bleeping app!
The heart of painting apps for iPad and iPhone is about the brush strokes. With many creativity brushes provided to users, all these advanced particularities have been successfully added to Drawing Box in order to create realistic effects and give a large choice of brushes, pencils and other painting tools. The best brush effects simulate realistic traditional tools for digital mobile painting.