Five For Friday: Week of December 24, 2010

Posted by Chris Nitz on December 24th, 2010

Devil Hunter X:
Humankind has once again gone and gotten itself in quite a pickle. This time, devils have risen up and taken over the happy place of Alunt. It is up to you great Devil Hunter to send the four fiends back to the hell from which they came. Will you rise to the task, or are the devils to much for you in this great looking side-scrolling adventure?

Makin’ Bacon:
Slicing fruit and veggies ninja style is far too….healthy. Makin’ Bacon turns the slicing game into something far more mouth watering. Swipe your finger across a pig to turn it into sausage. Hack the sausage into yummy bacon. No bacon entre is complete without eggs, though. Slice chickens into eggs, and eggs into fried eggs. It is all fun and games until the chef's cat shows up. Take a break from all that healthy slicing for something fattening and mouth watering.

Top Gear: Where’s Stig?
The Stig has apparently finally had enough with all his fame and fortune over on the BBC television program Top Gear. It is now up to you to hunt him down across 11 different puzzles. Finding The Stig is not the only object, though, as the puzzles are full of little nuggets of humor and fanfare. Any fan of the BBC series will instantly feel at home. The Stig may reign supreme on the race tracks, but he is not a master of disguise. Besides, finding that red and white striped freak Waldo is so 1990!

Pay Off Debt:
Managing money is one of the most popular New Year's resolutions people make. Those of you who want to get down and dirty with your debt do not have to do this alone. Pay Off Debt will help you prioritize debts, estimate payoff times, record payments, and view just how great you are doing in your debt free mission. A password protection system help keep your finances locked away from prying eyes. If you want to get debt free, this app can help you achieve your goals.

Im in danger!:
Cell phones are great for helping out when you are in danger. Yet, there may come a time when you cannot pull the phone to your face and make a call for help. Im in danger! allows you one easy button to send out emergency SMS messages, emails, Facebook statuses, and even Twitter updates to let people know you need help. Your GPS location is sent out with a custom message you design. You may never need this app, but it may also be the most valuable app collecting dust on your springboard.