Cubic Frog Apps announces Gel Mania 2.0 for iOS, their accelerometer-based, one-touch game featured by Apple in New and Noteworthy and What’s Hot. A jiggling 3D mass of colored gel falls and settles at the bottom of the screen. Players can tilt the screen to move the gel left and right, and can quickly turn it red, green, blue, or yellow using the four buttons at the bottom, scoring points each time it eats a matching colored gel from above. The game features two more play modes and 100 Levels.
It’s Done! app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is a task completion confirmation tool that helps users remember whether routine everyday tasks are done. Ever go back to check whether you locked the door or turned off the stove? Ever forget whether you took your vitamin? It’s Done! knows and confirms whether you did it, and can even send a text or email to let others know the task is done. A potential lifesaver for people who are memory-challenged due to medical or age-related conditions.
That Really Cool App Company, LLC today introduces Tooter 1.0, their next generation in fart app for iOS devices. Certain to cause a stink, Tooter allows users to create messages from groups of preset words and phrases that describe toots. Featuring over 30,000 combinations of toots, users can choose a message to toot or let Tooter cut one with a simple shake. Some things are meant to be shared, so the app also allows users to post messages to Facebook and Twitter.
British developer Big Ideas Digital today announced that their second iPhone game, Say What You See: The Collection 2.1 has achieved over 600,000 downloads through the Apple App Store in May. Say What You See: The Collection, a free-to-download game, involves spotting themed pop culture references in a beautifully hand-painted scenes. Each scene featuring 50 puzzles is downloaded separately, so that players only have to acquire the iCanvases for subjects that spark their interest.
Corbenic Consulting Ltd has announced Lending Log 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Lending Log helps keep track of any loans a person makes. The user can keep a precise log of when a loan was made, to who and how much it was for. It also records repayments, keeping an accurate log of who owes what amount. The app also includes an Export Function allowing the entered loan and repayment data to be used in the Spending Log companion app.
With the razor sharp intellect of Brain Age and social charms of Farmville, the social brain game GardenMind has been announced as a Finalist for next week’s Canadian Video Game of the Year Awards in the Social/Casual games category. This is a Mac-friendly game determined to make you think on all levels. GardenMind is a free-to-play game for lovers of brain games, puzzles games, Sudoku style games and those of you who generally enjoy flexing the big muscle between your ears.
Indie developers Big Ideas Digital are proud to announce that their second iPhone game, Say What You See: The Collection 2.0 has become the number 1 free game on the UK Apple App Store after just seven days. The 2.0 release last week also debuted a new artist for Say What You See, Gary Lucken, better known to his fans as Army of Trolls. Gary is famous for his unique pixel art style, which emulates the blocky look of old video games.
UK based Big Ideas Digital today announces Say What You See 2.0, an update to its popular puzzle game for iPhone and iPad. The Say What You See franchise is a fresh take on the hidden object genre, challenging players to pick out the popular bands, movies and TV shows hidden in intricately detailed, hand-painted scenes. Version 2.0 contains a host of new features, including a built-in hints system and a whole new look. We’ve even got a new mascot, Rebus, a guy with an eye for puzzling fun.
NxtApp – iPhone Brain Gym – was recently featured in the “What’s Hot” section of iTunes, in the Educational Games category. NxtApp exercises the brain while having lots of fun with numbers. It’s 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. NxtApp features a scaling difficulty level that increases as the gamer progresses in this educational and addictive game.
Italy based PalmoLogix is pleased to announce the release and worldwide availability of What’s On Air app for iPhone and iPod touch. It’s an advanced radio player that keeps its users up-to-date with their favorite music by detecting what songs and bands are currently broadcasted. What’s On Air is designed especially for those who adore listen to radio stations but who can’t wait for their favorite song or bands to appear on air.
Independent developer Bassem Youssef highlights The Flu And Fury 1.0, his new game for iPhone and iPod touch. The world is afraid of the swine and avian flu but no one knows where it came from. The Flu And Fury presents its own fictional theory, which describes the resulting war raging between the pigs and the birds. Play with the pigs and try to protect them from the birds unending waves of attack evolving in numbers and speed, requiring a combination of focus and strategy skills.
Seattle-based Left Coast Logic releases SmartPlans 2, the iPad version of their category-leading creative Task and Project planning tool for individuals, students, and small businesses. Just create a new Project, fill it with some tasks, and flip the iPad sideways to see how long it will take. The new version runs on both iPhone and iPad, and synchronizes data with Toodledo. This allows users to share their tasks with the company’s other productivity apps.
Developer Wonky Woo Games has just released to the App Store What Am I Farm 1.0 for the Apple iPhone, following on from the popular iPad version. Join us for lots of farm-ily fun. Building on the foundation of What am I…Pets the Farm edition features five farm animals in four different game modes. It’s perfect for parents focused on gently introducing their children to farm animals through the world of technology with simple, cute, entertaining and educational game play.
Murtha Design Inc. today announced that Apple has featured Unnecessary Censorship, its one-of-a-kind video editing App for iOS. 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. Convert ordinary video into suggestive video by creatively censoring video unnecessarily.