Posted by Gwen Phua | Feb 07, 2011 | Comments 0
Scary monsters are not just a part of nightmares. They are very real indeed. If you’re up for battling some, step into the Sprawl in Dead Space™ for iPad by Electronic Arts. Gruesome, blood-lusting necromorphs await you with scythe-like arms. Can you slice off their limbs or blast them into smithereens before they turn you into a fountain of blood? Continue on to iPadmodo for our full review.
Posted by Mike Lata | Jan 25, 2011 | Comments 0
With ‘Dead Space 2’ about to be released on consoles, a portable version is already available on the iDevices with the kind of scary atmosphere and third-person gameplay you can expect from the series. EA Mobile has released the game on the App Store in two variations last night or today depending on your sphere of the world.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 26, 2010 | Comments 0
San Francisco, California – Go Forth Apps today is pleased to announce the release of “Scary Clown Booth” for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad just in time for Halloween. Scary Clown Booth allows users to transform themselves into realistic creepy clowns using the iPhone camera or photos from their albums. These are no happy clowns, they are terrifying, ghoulish clowns right out of a child’s worst nightmare.
Posted by Press Releases | Jul 08, 2010 | Comments 0
Jacksonville, FL – Announcing that GregBeamanApps, the developer of iPossessed, has released an update to their app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The demonic application is all in fun, offering users a way to scare people who touch their devices. iPossessed includes a selection of pentagrams, along with frightening voices and screams, which are preset to go off on a timer. With the new updates, users can set their iPhones to vibrate maniacally and they can now post the experience to Twitter.
Posted by Press Releases | May 03, 2010 | Comments 0
New York, NY – After previous success on Apple App Store Apalon released another great gallery application Aliens and UFOs. This app represents a collection of secret, spy and user photos depicting aliens and their ‘flying saucers’ as well the evidences of investigations carried out on crash sites.