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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 06/20/2017

June 20, 2017 by RSS Feed

Telepaint , Kiwake Alarm Clock - Take back your mornings , Clinical Pattern Recognition: Low back pain and more

iPhone:

Kiwake Alarm Clock - Take back your mornings ( $2.99 → Free ) Kiwake inc Kiwake ensures that you will get out of bed in the morning thanks to its three step wakeup process. Start off by creating your alarms for the week. You can create multiple alarms if necessary and have them repeat as often as you like. Kiwake then requires you to pick an object that’s away from your bed and take a picture of it, choose from a handful of mini-games, and create some goals for the day or add a motivational message. When the alarm sounds, you’ll have to return to that object and snap a picture, successfully complete all of the mini-games, and read your goals or message before you can disable it.

Universal:

Telepaint ( $2.99 → Free ) Acid Nerve Telepaint is rhythmic, messy fun. Little buckets of paint run around the screen on their own. It’s up to you to activate portals in order to guide them around traps, towards keys, and eventually to their paint brush friends. Portals can be activated with a tap, and you can mix and match them as you please. The game includes six worlds, over 100 levels, and movements that are synced with the beat.

Clinical Pattern Recognition: Low back pain ( $9.99 → Free ) Michael Wong Clinical Pattern Recognition will be your pocket assistant. It provides access to techniques that will help recognize and treat lower back pain. Handy guides and videos detail how to perform physical exams, therapy, exercises, and tests. The app also includes tutorial videos in order to ensure you’re using it correctly.

BusyBox - Track your time, focus on what matters ( $2.99 → Free ) Claire Reynaud BusyBox comes highly recommended today thanks to its wide range of uses. Whether you’re looking to track your workouts or time spent on the job, BusyBox will help you get it done. You’re able to create as many different activities as necessary. They can also be color-coded for quick reference. Then when it’s time to start the activity, select it from your list and start the timer. The app will keep a running log of all of the time spent on each activity, and the data can be exported and shared via email.

Tesla Wars - II ( $0.99 → Free ) Pavel Tarabrin Just like the original, your job is to keep the faceless invaders from reaching your Tesla tower. This time, however, bigger and more powerful weapons are at your disposal including six auxiliary turrets. The main tower still is the most powerful, allowing you to strike down your opponents by tapping and holding your finger on them to send off an electric charge. By completing various goals and ensuring no invader reaches your tower, you’ll be rewarded with cash. The cash can be spent on upgrades and special attacks. The game includes a total of 80 levels, and a survival mode.

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Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow for iPhone and iPad Launches on June 29th

June 20, 2017 by RSS Feed

Get ready for a new Futurama fix because Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is coming to the App Store on June 29th. The iPhone and iPad game teams up the TV show’s voice actors, writers, and animators for what they’re calling new episodes rolled into a video game. The developer, Tinyco, has a teaser video out featuring the heads of Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye, Stephen Hawking, and George Takei that also shows off a little of the game play. Like we said when we first heard about the game, shut up and take my money.

Check It Out: Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow for iPhone and iPad Launches on June 29th

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FRAMED 2 Brings More Noir Style Puzzle Goodness

June 19, 2017 by RSS Feed

FRAMED 2 ($4.99) by Loveshack is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Framed, which came out during the end of 2014. If you’ve never played the original FRAMED, it’s a noir-styled puzzle game where you rearrange animated comic book panels to determine the final outcome. At the time, FRAMED was certainly a unique puzzle game, and the sequel is proving to be just as delightful.

Over the years, I’ve gone through a lot of iOS games on my iPhones, especially puzzles, and most titles take the same cookie cutter concept and run with it, just adding their own aesthetics to make it seem different. So in the crowded puzzle game marketplace, it’s hard to find games that really stand out from the rest of them, but there have been a few real gems through the years, and FRAMED was certainly one of those special gems. I fell in love with the original FRAMED when it was released (I reviewed it), so when I heard that Loveshack was releasing a sequel, I was ecstatic for its release. Now that it’s out, I can confirm that it was well worth the wait.

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FRAMED

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Visually, FRAMED 2 hasn’t changed too much from it’s predecessor. The game still features noir style graphic novel artwork that looks fantastic. Since it’s like a comic book, everything is rendered in 2-D, but at times it feels like 3-D because of how the panels are angled and then transition into each other. FRAMED 2 has plenty of different environments that you’ll come across, and all of the settings are incredibly detailed and even realistically textured, so it really comes to life and provides excellent contrast with the black silhouettes of the characters. Animations are buttery smooth and fluid, so watching the panels flow seamlessly into each other is never an issue and makes it feel like you’re watching a movie. To top things off, FRAMED 2 has a rather atmospheric jazz soundtrack that is fairly immersive. Unfortunately, if you aren’t a big fan of the jazzy soundtrack, there is no way to turn it off at the moment (even if your device is set to silent), so you’ll have to tolerate it for now. Once again though, Loveshack has done an excellent job in terms of the visual aesthetic of the game, as well as the music.

Like the original game, FRAMED 2 features a set of levels that blend together seamlessly, so players have to solve each puzzle before they can advance in the story. Speaking of story, the events in FRAMED 2 take place before FRAMED, so essentially, FRAMED 2 is a prequel. So if you have yet to experience FRAMED, then it might be a good idea to play FRAMED 2 first, and then jump into FRAMED to see how the complete story plays out. If you feel like going back to a previous stage to either replay it for fun or even try to find all of the collectible Polaroids, then you can access the game’s menu at any time and jump back to the level select screen. The objective of FRAMED 2 is simple: rearrange the panels in the correct order so that the characters can get from the starting panel to the ending panel safely in order to move on to the next area. It sounds easy enough, but don’t be fooled — some puzzles are trickier than others, and you will probably end up solving a few of them just through trial-and-error.

Controls in FRAMED 2 are easy enough for anyone to pick up, and it’s all done rather intuitively. The main control mechanism is the rearranging of panels, so keep your eye on the panels with slightly thicker outlines — these are the ones that you are able to move. Otherwise, if they have a super thin outline, especially the start and end panels, that means that they cannot be moved. As you start each new scene, it plays out automatically, but you can still rearrange the panels if you’re quick enough. But if the first time is a failure, the scene just stops and you can rearrange freely, and once you’re satisfied with your combination, just tap on the “Play” button to watch it unfold. If a panel can be reused and swapped again, it won't gray out. Otherwise, you're stuck and have to watch how it plays out first before trying again.

While the majority of the puzzles involve moving the panels around to find the correct sequence of events, some puzzles require extra elements to solve. For example, sometimes a panel must be rotated for you to find the proper path, or you may need to rearrange the hands on a clock. Other times you’ll want to look for patterns in the background to find hidden input codes that you need to gain access to rooms, and much more. These additional game mechanics are an interesting addition to the game, and help keep you on your toes because you’ll never know what’s going to be coming next as you unravel the story.

Much like the original, FRAMED 2 is an excellent addition to anyone’s puzzle game collection. This follow-up contains the same amazing visual style as the first game, but with even more polish. The way that each scene plays out and transitions into the next is beautiful, and fully immersive. The distinctive controls and gameplay make this title a captivating experience for anyone, and there are even fun collectible Polaroids that you can find as you play, which add to the replay value, especially if you consider yourself a completionist.

While the music in the game is done well, it can be considered a flaw since it will play, regardless if you have your device on silent or not. There should be a way to turn the music off if needed, and it should respect your decision if you need silent mode on. Though some puzzles will take several tries before you figure out the solution, overall, the game is considered fairly short if you play through it all in one sitting.

I had been awaiting FRAMED 2 for a while now, and as a big fan of the first game, I must say that this follow-up does not disappoint. Even if you have not played the first game before (though now is a perfect time to), FRAMED 2 is still enjoyable because it’s a standalone story in its own right. Plus, who can resist these stylish visual effects and jazzy soundtrack? And FRAMED has always been a great mobile game since rearranging the panels is a snap with touch controls, so everything is rather responsive and easy to learn. The collectible Polaroid images extend the longevity of the game a bit, though it is still considered short by many. Still, FRAMED 2 is a nice addition to puzzle game collections.

I recommend FRAMED 2 if you were a fan of the original game or just love a unique puzzle game with a storyline that follows the “show, don’t tell” technique. You can find FRAMED 2 on the App Store as a universal download for your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV for $4.99. There are no in-app purchases.

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Game Controls 10

Graphics 10

Gameplay 9

Replayability 8

Sound/Music 8

$4.99

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 06/19/2017

June 19, 2017 by RSS Feed

Simple Habit Tracker , Radio Live! deluxe , LightEaters! and more

iPhone:

Radio Live! deluxe ( $0.99 → Free ) Eric MILLET Radio Live puts your favorite stations at your fingertips. You’re able to browse stations by genre or region of the world. Local stations are automatically displayed for you, but you can reorder and edit the list however you wish. As long as the station supports it, the title of the song, artist name, and album cover art will be displayed. The app also includes support for landscape orientation and AirPlay.

Universal:

Simple Habit Tracker ( $1.99 → Free ) HighDream Simple Habit Tracker isn’t just simple, it’s also beautiful. It includes a collection of 200 ways to improve your life, which can be browsed with a swipe. You’re able to filter habit ideas by category: Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual. If you already know what you want to focus on, you can create your own custom habit. Reminders will help you stay on track, and you can track your progress with detailed stats.

LightEaters! ( $3.99 → Free ) BrightLocker, Inc. In LightEaters, it’s up to you to explore the darkness. Every level has a key to be found and an exit to be reached. You’re able to move your character around the pitch black environments with taps and swipes. If you come across a LightEater, you must disable your flashlight to avoid confrontation. Passing by LightEaters will eat way at your nerve meter, and if it gives out, you’ll have to start all over. The game includes 35 levels, power-ups, and a variety of secrets to discover.

Magnifier Flash - A magnifying glass with light ( $0.99 → Free ) Tekton Technologies (P) Ltd. Sometimes the simplest apps can be the best. Magnifier Flash proves that point. It allows you to zoom in on your subject at up to 6x magnification, and you can light it up with your iDevice’s LED flash. You can even snap a photo of what you’re looking at while zoomed in to save it for later.

Princess Fairy Tale Coloring Wonderland for Kids and Family Preschool Ultimate Edition ( $2.99 → Free ) Eggroll Games LLC We’re recommending Princess Fairly Tale Coloring Wonderland today because it does a great job of guiding your child along the way. They get to color in 11 difference scenes with just a tap. As your child works their way through each scene, new interactive characters and items will appear out of nowhere. The app also includes helpful hints, so even young children can join in on the fun.

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Free Apps to Download TODAY ONLY 06/18/2017

June 18, 2017 by RSS Feed

Word Seek HD , Mechanical Box , Drawing Grid & Outline Tracing by Myvinchy and more

iPhone:

Drawing Grid & Outline Tracing by Myvinchy ( $1.99 → Free ) Julian Praest Myvinchy allows you to draw like you’re using tracing paper. Take a photo of your subject or utilize one of the built-in templates, and customize the outline to meet your specific needs. Then place your iDevice above your sheet of paper, and you’ll be able to see the outlines laid over the top. The assistance mode allows for maximum precision by reducing shaking and having the stencil follow your drawing.

Universal:

Word Seek HD ( $0.99 → Free ) Idealix, Inc. Word Seek HD provides you with letter grids of either 4x4 or 5x5. Your job is to find as many valid words as possible within the grid before time runs out. Just drag your finger over letters and release when a word has been completed. At the end of the game you’ll be able to see your score, the percentage of words found, total words possible, and all possible words within the grid.

Mechanical Box ( $0.99 → Free ) Andrey Sklyarov The Mechanical Box will tease your brain. No rules. No instructions. Just break into the box using all of your problem solving skills. You’ll have to hunt for passwords, find secret switches, and even use brute force to crack the codes. Only 10 percent of players will find be able to find out what’s inside. Will you be one of them?

Digits, the calculator for humans ( $3.99 → Free ) Shift Digits is great for quick calculations yet powerful enough to handle pages of them. Its editable tape ensures you’ll never lose track of what you’ve entered. Simply tap on any tape entry to bring up a pop-up menu that allows you to delete, edit, insert, total, save, copy, use, or comment. Digits also allows you to share or print your tape.

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