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Paper Fun: Cut, Paste, Create! Review

Paper Fun: Cut, Paste, Create! Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Even those lacking in artistic talent will enjoy this papercrafting game and its relaxing nature.

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Procreate – Sketch, paint, create. gets new capabilities in its latest update. You can now show off your skills by using the new full HD canvas recording option that automatically records your progress. It records in 1080p and allows you to share your completed videos to Photos, Dropbox, iTunes, or email. Also, current users will notice that there are no longer any in-app purchases as they have all been made available for free.

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BlocksWorld HD Review

BlocksWorld HD Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
BlocksWorld HD is more toy than it is game, but it can be entertaining to mess around with.

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Isometric Review

Isometric Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Isometric is a neat tool for creating geometric patterns but its use is somewhat limited.

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Creatorverse – New iPad Physics Playground App from Linden Labs

Posted by on November 2nd, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Linden Lab, best known for its Second Life virtual world, has created a new physics playground app for the iPad. In the app you can create objects, their interactions, and modify the physical properties of the apps (density, gravity, etc.). It’s kind of like imaginary virtual legos you control on your iPad.

Everyone’s messed around with building bocks in some form or another at some point in their life. Everyone. It’s kind of a universal thing. Which is a big reason as to why I’m somewhat amazed that very few people have attempted to merge the concept with interactive design. It’s one of those ideas that doesn’t seem obvious until someone comes up with it. And Boldai came up with it.

Blocksworld is, in essence, a set of virtual building blocks. Structures can be cobbled together, tiny people can be crafted, and all manner of impossible creations can appear with a few taps and flicks. But simply creating a thing is only the beginning. Once that mutant frog or towering skyscraper is complete, it can be brought to life or used as an asset in an animated movie or even video game. This is because it’s more than just a sandbox, it’s an incredibly easy to use toolset for creative types.

Any iOS user can open up Blocksworld and create whatever their imagination can come up with. Then they can use it to create their own action movie or turn it into a game, then they can share it with the world on the official website. Or Twitter and Facebook, of course. The tools are rudimentary but the sky is indeed the limit.

Blocksworld is still in beta but is expected to release later this summer. There’s no official word on pricing yet but users will be able to purchase additional content packs (prices also TBD) in order to bolster their creative arsenal.


Enter The SandBox Preview

Holy crap. No, seriously, holy crap. Pixowl Inc, in collaboration with Bulkypix, are poised to unleash something major on the App Store. It might look like a simple toy at first, but make no mistake: The SandBox is packing some seriously intense concepts behind that cute facade.

When The SandBox first caught my attention, I thought it looked like a nifty little pixelated world-building game. In a way, it kind of is. However, I was thoroughly unprepared for just how many different aspects of this created world could be manipulated. Water will flow down hills, erode stone into sand, turn dirt into fertile soil, evaporate in extreme heat and freeze in extreme cold. Flowers and trees can grow. Weather will develop based largely on the environment. Players can even make rudimentary circuits to do anything from heating to creating light.

The SandBox is still very much in beta at the moment, but that’s no reason not to get excited. What’s already implemented is pretty amazing, actually. A lot of specifics are still up in the air, such as the final number of “story” levels (currently around 20), price and release date. It’s kind of a shame because this is all so cool, but then again it’s probably best not to rush things. Although the super-curious or anxious can try to get in to the beta. No guarantees, though. Regardless, be sure to keep an eye out for The SandBox whenever it does hit the App Store.


Forever Drive Review

Forever Drive Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The combination of persistent progression, user generated tracks, and bright neon graphics takes this simple racing game to a whole new level.

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