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Imperial Penguin Launches Subterran for iOS

Imperial Penguin Launches Subterran for iOS

Virginia based mobile developer, Imperial Penguin today introduces Subterran 1.0, its first 3d tunnel flyer game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Take the controls of a ship specially designed to fly dangerous missions through enemy tunnels in this exciting game. The missions you fly depend on how fast you gain rank. Each time you play the 20 mission career the challenge increases, assuming your skills will improve.

Ice Tales Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Ice Tales Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Do you miss the sound of an old arcade game? Now you can play Ice Tales by Widget Revolt LLC on your iPhone or iPod Touch. A penguin called Pendleton needs to rescue his friends, who have been captured by the evil ice queen. To do so, he has to slide and fly through various mazes, collecting yellow starfish and baskets of fish. Can you evade the queen’s many minions?
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Join the legions of fans that have already warmed up to SOS Penguin!

Join the legions of fans that have already warmed up to SOS Penguin!

Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Stefan Mensen, an independent app developer currently focused on the mobile gaming sector, has announced his excitement with the building success of SOS Penguin! on Apple’s App Store, culminating with the game being honored as the ‘Best Children’s Christmas App’ at ComboApp’s Holiday App Awards in early February. SOS Penguin! was developed for use on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Developed to entertain both adults as well as children of all ages, this game is structured as a set of ‘deconstruction’ puzzles where players must delete various parts of a platform to ensure that their penguin lands safely onto the ice below. SOS Penguin! is currently available for download on the Apple App Store for $0.99.
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Video: Sneak Peak At Penguin iPad iBooks

Video: Sneak Peak At Penguin iPad iBooks

Penguin has released a video of some of its upcoming iPad iBooks. Although the “books” in the video hardly to resemble “books” at all, but rather very interactive learning experiences. The thought quickly comes to mind, will the iPad change the way our children learn in school, remove old print books and replace them with one device, college books no longer $150.00 but a $10.00 download-able app.
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