Posted by Press Releases | Mar 16, 2011 | Comments 0
Tampere, Finland – Inspired by tremendous success of their power of mind unleashing puzzle The Impossible Cube, BeiZ Ltd decided not to stop at what has been accomplished and win the hearts of the App Store users with a new updated version. The developers complemented the game with a set of new features that make it a perfect choice for gamers looking for smooth experience and challenging puzzles.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 01, 2011 | Comments 1
Halifax, (NS) Canada – Sticky Mosaics(TM) Butterflies iPad app provides hours of fun and entertainment. It will allow your child to lose themselves in a world of magic, imagination and artistic freedom. Each of the four templates has numbered placeholders, corresponding to a variety of different colored and shaped jewels. Kids assemble their mosaics by dragging the jewels from the legend with their finger. By matching the jewels with the correct number, your child will start to create a shimmering mosaic of a beautiful butterfly. When the last jewel has been added, something magical happens. The butterfly will come to life and fly around. The butterflies are shy, but if you hold your finger to the screen very still, the butterfly will come and land on your finger.
Posted by Press Releases | Jan 05, 2011 | Comments 0
Lewisville, Texas – Like most game developers, indie game company Jovian Minds just couldn’t stop playing with their toy robots and dinosaurs. So they decided to share the fun by bringing them to life on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Trouble in Tin Town is a turned based strategy inspired by 1950’s children’s wind-up toys. The game was released December 24th, 2010 and is currently available in the Apple App store.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 16, 2010 | Comments 0
Karachi, Pakistan – AKN Messaging Technologies Ltd., an emerging developer of mobile application solutions, has announced the successful update of iKnow What You’re Really Thinking. Created to provide users with a source of distraction from their normal day, this app uses the locally stored photos of people on a user’s mobile device to read their minds and reveal their innermost thoughts. Users can also take photos of their friends from directly within iKnow What You’re Really Thinking, allowing them to read their minds instantly. At once comical and entertaining, this leisurely recreational app is currently available on the Apple App Store.