Monster of Puppets is a Fruit Ninja inspired game. Where specific objects and character “Puppets” get thrown across your screen and you have to “take care” of them. This can be done by swiping your finger or tapping them depending on what weapons you have unlocked. There are loads of levels with different locations for you to complete. There is also two game modes, story and survival, where story allows you to unlock levels and play based on time, survival lets you keep playing until it is just to much and you make a mistake so its game over.
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Plingi Juggle is a arcade styled game where you have to bounce all the falling berries into your bucket. To do this you have to move back and forwards between three different positions. This moves your falling berries close to your bucket and eventually in it if all goes well. However its not as easy as just one berry at a time, you will have multiple berries to transfer and you will be running back and forwards constantly to get them all.
Gravity Void is a new puzzle style game available for your iPhone and iPad. Its a Tetris like game, however instead of fitting specific shapes into place you just have to worry about the color and direction. You have a center point, being a black hole, then all the color circles being astroids come at you and stick. The idea is to connect three of the same color to make them disappear, you can rotate your center point to try and make this happen.
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There are two games mode, puzzle and survival. Puzzle mode has 48 different levels and you complete them individually, However survival lets you continue to play for as long as you can, letting you know what level and score you reached at the end. Both game modes have the same concept and once you are outside your circle with a pileup, its game over. Gravity Void is quite a fun game to play, however an online leaderboard would make it that little bit better, allowing you to compare your scores online. But overall its a game that works well.
- Platform: iPhone/iPod/iPad
- Price: $0.99
- Version: 1.1
- Category: Games
- Size: 47.3 MB
- Developer: Chris Sanchez
App Store Description:
Definitely has my vote for best game of the year!”
★★★★★ “I love this game!
It is fun, creates dexterity and it is non violent. The sounds are even soothing. Playing it for me is unlike playing other games, it is a mix of being competitive and meditation. Like some sort of enlightenment training. Gaming akido!”
★★★★★ “Like a good bag of chips you don’t want to put down!
This is one of those games that can be your enemy if you have lots of things need to be done. Addiction factor is high.”
★★★★★ “Calming Zen
Don’t know the rules, don’t understand how I get ‘points,’ and I just don’t care! Fell in love even before I finally turned on sound for transcendent mood music/effects… Really appeals to both my artistic side, AND the O.C. side that needs to analyze/organize, yet totally fun. Plus you can stop/pick back up at any time, so you don’t need to have a lot of time to play. Get it!”
★★★★★ Love this game!
“I love this game, not the same old boring match three game. You have to catch these little guys and sometimes they drift off and you have to catch them on the rebound, sometimes lots come at you at the same time! Sooooo much fun! Thanks guys for making match three fun again!”
★★★★★ Labor of Love
I designed this game with meditation in mind. Playing this game is an act similar to juggling. You have many objects up in the air, and you need to focus so as not to slip and drop anything. Gravity Void uses a physics engine that has gravity in the middle of the screen, instead of straight down, so it’s not what you’re used to. Difficulty is adjustable; you can challenge yourself if you like, or go slow and steady. Either way, it’ll both relax and excite you at the same time.
~Christopher Jude Sanchez
* 48 puzzles to solve
* Survival Mode
* Beautiful HD graphics
* Retina Display for the new iPad
* Soothing zen-like sound effects
* Bonuses for skilled matches
* Game saves upon exiting
* Universal App, designed for iPhone & iPad
* Easy to navigate interface
* Physics-based gameplay around a central gravity field
Nowadays everyone has multiple accounts online, whether its for your social networks, online payments or website subscriptions. Now its always best to use different passwords for different accounts, however keeping track of all your details, login name and password can be very difficult. Well now there is a secure way to keep all that information with you at all times with oneSafe. A virtual safe on your iOS device where you can store all kinds of important data from online account login details to your credit card and id details. Not only can you set a range of security measures, such as double passwords for extra sensitive data, self destruct and also break in reports, but it incredibly easy to use.
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First Sight is a reveal and guess game, where you have an image hidden behind a number of boxes, the number of boxes depends on the difficulty setting. You take turns tapping a single box to reveal the part of the image behind it. Once you think you know what it is, you write in the word and hope its correct. The first one to guess correctly wins the round. You can play with opponents in a number of ways, either online or a simple pass and play method. Online you can connect with your contacts, Facebook friends or just choose a random opponent.