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Escape the room 2:
Ever notice how horror movies always shove some victim into an inescapable room at some point? Now you get to live through that awesome scene over and over again. You will need to make use of every clue and usable item scattered about to escape your confines. The issue is you just escape into yet another puzzle-filled room. Don’t give up; you never know what Leatherface has planned for you.
World in War:
Who says PC gamers are the only ones who get to enjoy online strategy games? World in War is a turn based World War II themed strategy game. Choose from German, Allied, or Soviet armies in a struggle for ultimate power. If you want to hone up your skills before schooling Little Jimmy down the street in some online matches, play through the single player campaign to fine tune your strategies. Three campaigns, 13 scenarios inspired by real historical events, and hours of replay value are yours for the taking.
Do not confuse this title with the popular massive-multiplayer online role-playing game of the same name. This is modified version designed to help you get an understanding of the story and lore that make up the big brother MMO. You choose one of three character classes to tackle over 300 quests. There is even a dual system in which your can attack other players dungeons while protecting your own with a pet. Top this off with trading items online and you have a game worthy of ungodly amounts of hours spent in its virtual world. Who knows, you may even be tempted to venture into the MMO to dive further into the lore!
Have you started making plans for your New Years Resolutions yet? Instead of watching the best laid goals fall apart by the second week of 2011, how about using an app to help keep you on track and conquering your new founded goals. Set a personal or career goal and then work through objectives to reach that goal. Features like achievement logs, detailed statistics, and the ability to easily add progress make this so much more than a simple to do app. Do not become yet another statistic in the failed resolution pool.
If you are like many iOS device holder, you have a huge amount of sensitive information crammed onto your iOS device. While this is handy to cart info everywhere you go, that four-digit lock code is but mere child’s play for security. Grid Protection locks down any info you give it with AES-256 encryption. Your code is finger placement on a grid. A relocking timer even activates when the app goes into the background. If you have sensitive information on your iOS device, this could be a lifesaver if that device ever finds its way into thieves’ hands.