Posts Tagged In the Kitchen
Creating the universe is so much work and effort. Once all that work is done, what is left to do? How about destroying everything down to the very ground you created. To aid in the destruction of the planet why not create 107 different items and concepts of sheer oddness. Complete the fun with a few hundred funny, and maybe even thought-provoking, quotes to keep even the most busy world destroyer questioning their decisions.
Released: 2010-11-04 :: Category: Games
Shoot’em ups might be a plenty, but how many of them actually adapt to make the game harder as your skills increase? Phoenix will adapt the AI on the fly to provide a fun, challenging, and ever changing gaming experience. Completing the game package off are some sexy visuals, enemy formations that are created on the fly, and Game Center support for those looking to climb to the top spot on the leaderboard. Each play though promises a new experience and intense action.
Released: 2010-10-24 :: Category: Games
Time for some 3D dual stick shooter action! Take control of a resistance fighter and fend off hordes of machines that have risen up to take out all of humanity. Eight story levels, 20 survival arenas, and a destructible environment will keep you coming back to stop the rise of the machines. Do you have what it takes to turn the robot suppressors into mere scrap metal?
In the Kitchen:
What do Paula Deen, Bobby Flay, and Alton Brown all have in common, besides being on TV and having badass cooking skills? They can all be crammed into your pocket and called upon when you need them most. Maybe not literally, but their mouth watering recipes can now be easily found on your iOS device of choice. Find thousands of recipes, create shopping lists, and even setup a recipe box to easily find the meals you like most. With the holidays fast approaching, this just might be the best friend you have in the kitchen.
Released: 2010-11-02 :: Category:
There are times you want to surf the net, but the iPhone is just not big enough to enjoy the experience. CoBrowser allows that webpage to be saved and transmitted to the iPad for a nicer viewing experience. It does this all by Bluetooth, so the second device does not require an internet connection. This is perfect for sharing sites with friends while sitting around a table and socializing. Do note that one of the devices needs an internet connection of some sort. You know, so it can actually pull down the web page. Bonus: this is a universal app, so buy it once and enjoy it on all your devices!