Posts Tagged Forget-Me-Not
Pinball is fun no matter what form it comes in. War Pinball takes some of the best war movies from MGM Studios and turns them into virtual pinball machines. This takes the magic of Hollywood and gives you a great set of tables to test your skills on. This is certainly one of the better pinball games to arrive on iOS.
Released: 2011-03-19 :: Category: Games
Mazes, monsters, and shooting in a tiny package! What more could you ask for. How about gorgeous retro visuals, an ever changing world, and up to two player frantic action? All you have to do is get a key, gather all the flowers, and make it to the exit before the monsters eat you for lunch. With three modes of play, there is plenty to enjoy with this game!
Released: 2011-03-22 :: Category: Games
Evil Angry Planet:
Evil Angry Planet combines elements of real-time strategy and tower-defense for a game sure to please fans of either genre. Players must defend their base from the Scourge in an endless onslaught of death and mayhem. The enemies will adapt to defenses played, thus keeping pressure on the player. A global leaderboard gives the best of the best a place to brag as well. Do you have what it takes to survive in this ruthless world?
Released: 2011-03-23 :: Category: Games
eBook Magic was designed to eliminate the headaches that come with desktop book making programs. An easy to use interface greets users as soon as the app is opened. From there, it is up to the imagination how the book should look. There is no limitation on photos, themes, and content. Easily bring in photos from the iPad, Flickr, and Facebook. Once your book is done, send it off to iBooks, PDF, or even email it to friends and family. This is all about the creativity!
Released: 2011-03-17 :: Category: Books
Procreate takes the power of desktop sketching apps, adds on some professional features, and optimizes it for the iPad. Not happy with the included brushes? Import your own. Adjust textures, scale, spacing, and movement of brushes. Miss having a pressure sensitive tablet to draw on? Procreate includes a synthetic pressure sensitivity for brush fall-off. This is only the beginning! This just maybe the most powerful drawing/editing app to hit the iPad yet. Photoshop what?