NxtApp, iPhone/iPad Brain Gym, reaches the top spot of Apple App Store educational games category in July in the US, UK, France and many other countries. Developed specifically for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, NxtApp is a number-sequencing math app that exercises the brain while having lots of fun with numbers. Is a fun and addictive way to increase gamer’s IQ, strengthen his/her insight, focus the scanning skills, improve pattern recognition and refresh years of math lessons.
Brain Parade announced today that over 30,000 customers have downloaded See.Touch.Learn. 1.0, its premiere special education app for iPad devices. See.Touch.Learn. combines the effectiveness of a large library of picture cards with the power and interactivity of the iPad. Parents and learning professionals can choose from professionally-designed exercises and lessons or create their own. The app automatically tracks a student’s performance.
SKH Apps today introduces Mad Monkey Free 1.0, a free version of the family inspired app for iPhone and iPad. The simple play mechanics, a smiling cartoon monkey that drops items at high speeds, and gameplay similar to the classic Atari game called “Kaboom!” seem to be a winning combination with users. The user tries to catch the fast fruit using only a finger. Catching too many items causes the monkey to get frustrated spouting funny little sayings and increasing his speed faster and faster.
UK app developer Neon Play has achieved over ten million downloads since its launch ten months ago and just three weeks after its app Paper Glider was announced as Apple’s ten billionth download. Spookily, the company has also just employed its tenth member of staff. Last month Neon Play became the talk of the press when it was announced that Paper Glider, a huge hit on both sides of the Atlantic, was the 10 billionth app to be downloaded from the Apple App Store.
Minnesota based Howling Moon Software has announced Chipmunk 5.3.0, a new version of the popular physics engine. Chipmunk is a simple, lightweight and fast 2D rigid body physics library written in C. New detailed tutorials, greatly improved documentation, and major performance enhancements via new features make Chipmunk Physics the best choice for 2D physics in games. It is free to use, and licensed under the unrestrictive, OSI approved MIT license. Enhanced Objective-C bindings available.