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Episode and 3 other addictive visual novel games

Posted by Jessica Famularo on November 17th, 2016
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

is everyone's favorite guilty pleasure at the moment, raking in thousands of reviews and around 10 million downloads on Android alone. It's a choose your own adventure game with a few official romance stories to play through and thousands more created by fans. Its easy storybuilding platform makes it an accessible way to publish your own creations and try out others -- a rarity on mobile that is proving to be very succesful. If you're looking for something equally fluffy and just as addictive, try one of these other visual novels!

Decide Where To Eat With Hngry

Posted by Jennifer Allen on February 10th, 2012
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

On Twitter, it's a dilemma that would be referred to as a 'first world problem' but it is sometimes difficult to decide which restaurant to go to for a meal. So many choices are out there and when it's a decision that has to be made between many friends, things can get tricky. Enter Hngry, an app that may lack an 'u' but certainly doesn't lack functionality.

At its most basic, Hngry lists all the restaurants that are nearby to the user's location, along with the ability to add opening hours, all in an attractive manner. Users can then choose from the list and flick through the selection, gradually narrowing down the selection before coming to a decision. For those with iPhone owning friends, they can share lists directly on individual devices using the Hngry app. The app can even find menu details for any restaurant on the list if one is available on the internet.

Once a decision has been made, users can dial the restaurant directly from within the app then Hngry offers a place to store order details for that meal and any helpful notes required. For those with favourite dishes, it makes it all the easier to check what meals were so nice the last time the user visited a place.

There's even the ability to take photos of a meal as a reminder of what was so tasty and Twitter integration ensures that sociable diners can share their choice.

Throughout, the app keeps track of how many times the user has visited a restaurant, making for an ideal guide at a glance as to what place is best for the user's tastes.

For those who dine out regularly, Hngry is a great resource that combines many useful meal planning features.

Hngry is available now, priced at $2.99.