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GungHo, the developer behind incredibly successful free-to-play game, Puzzles and Dragons, has a new game out. Titled Freak Tower, it is also a free-to-play game.
While it looks quite a bit like other tower building sims out there, Freak Tower also promises some interesting tower defense mechanics, as well, to liven things up.
Of course, when a studio that reported a $4.9 million daily average sales last quarter releases a new game, it's probably time to try it out at least, right?
Honestly, I just wanted to use the word, "shmup," in a headline.
Also, this game is by Thorsten Fleisch. an artist who makes visually interesting short films, like Energie!, which sort of gives my eyes a workout.
In Teslapunk, you'll be tasked with avoiding bullets and sort of pushing away the enemies with a giant fire-hose-like weapon thing. Sounds like fun, right?
It's free, and the video below has the best presentation of a portrait-orientation iOS game I've seen, so by all means go give this one a try.
Chefs Feed is an app that supplies users with restaurant ideas and dish recommendations throughout 16 cities. The app has received a new update adding a new community tab that lets users discover "Tastebuds" within Chefs Feed along with a new design that makes it easier to find great food. The update also adds a new camera with filters that are designed to help you capture the best images of your food.
CBS announced today a second screen app that will let you connect with all CBS shows while watching them. It's iPad-only, but it offers aggregated Twitter and Facebook chats across the CBS daytime, primetime, and late-night shows, as well as fully synced second screen features for shows like CSI, Hawaii Five-0, and NCIS: Los Angeles, with more on the way.
The app’s second-screen features include:
· The opportunity to take a deeper look at elements of an episode which play a key role in the story but may only appear on screen for a split second
· Episode-specific insights and anecdotes provided by the shows’ creative teams
· Behind-the-scenes access for each episode, such as photos, videos and maps
· Spotlights on key locations and sets, like the NCIS: LOS ANGELES Ops Center
· The ability to easily follow and track social comments from the shows’ stars and creative talent
· Character back-stories, quizzes, polls and more