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MiniGlider Review

By Angela LaFollette on September 10th, 2012
MiniGlider is a distance throw game that incorporates ragdoll physics where the goal is to stay airborne for as long as possible in order to avoid the waves of zombies below.
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Five For Friday: Week Of May 4

Posted by Jennifer Allen on May 4th, 2012

Another weekend is here and another Five For Friday to beckon those two days in. This week, we have a selection of apps that are focused on fun and life enrichment. They should provide an interesting way of spending the first weekend in May.

It might be an incredibly well populated genre but the endless runner/flying title is still a fun one to mess around with. MiniFlyer is one such example, offering jetpacking fun. Tilt based controls make it the ideal pick up and play game with a cutesy theme, adding to the family appropriate nature.

Regular users of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter will recognise the name Klout. It's a service that determines the influence of a user, according to how others interact with their material, such as via Facebook likes, comments and retweets. Klout also tracks what subjects the user is considered most influential about. Now in iOS form, it's the ideal time to give it a try.

I Heart Fruits and Veggies
Many people will readily admit that they need to eat more nutritious fruit and veg on a daily basis. This app helps encourage them by assigning points to each bite and forming a tracking system for extra motivation. Other information such as what to eat and why is included to help the decision process.

Adding to the ranks of memorable beat em up titles comes THE KING OF FIGHTERS-i 2012. Offering 32 playable characters, 6 different game modes including online multiplayer and 3vs3 battles, there's heaps of fun for beat em up fans all with the connection of The King of Fighters franchise.

Yoga with Janet Stone
Yoga is a calming yet hugely beneficial form of exercise. Offering 13 sessions of meditation, over 3 and a half hours of instructional videos and over 5 hours of audio, Yoga with Janet Stone provides some great foundations for those who want to learn more about the art of Yoga. Numerous programs exist, progressing in difficulty gradually, to provide further education.