In Strike Force Heroes: Extraction the only person you need to worry about getting out is you. This runner/shooter will pit you against bad guys with guns, jumps from building to building, and firefights with multiple baddies while you hide behind cover. If you can get to the end of the round and jump into the void you will find your chopper-flying-friends waiting to snatch you out of midair and take you home.
Packed with functional scanning and expense tracking features, Haave Oy’s Piikki for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch allows you to scan and upload receipts to popular storage and productivity tools like Google Drive, Dropbox, and Evernote for easy archiving and record keeping.
Sometimes the old saying is really true: simpler is better. Taking an absolute minimalistic approach to game play, Unravel from Aleksandrs Zavalnijs is a deceptively easy game to play, but will draw you in to work out each puzzle. Simply designed and brilliantly executed, Unravel is a must-have in your collection!
Chuck’s Challenge 3D for OS X is packed with addictive and challenging tile-based puzzle games with improved 3D graphics. It’s designed by Chuck Sommerville, the same guy who created the 90’s game Chip’s Challenge. You’re going to play as Woop, along with his pets—Asida, Bebinca, Clottie, Dobos and Éclair—which Chuck considers killer monsters.
Forget the left turn at Albuquerque, it’s time to make a stand and show that little Martian who’s got the biggest ballistae. Get your poking finger ready to defend your fort. Romans From Mars is a shooting gallery game which pits your ballista (and some lightningy help from Zeus) against the Martian legions. Keep the little green menace from hitting your fortress walls – if too many reach you, your fortress falls.
Six Dimensions starts with a cute storyline about a kitty that escapes from the kennel. You must help your feline friend get through obstacles to reach the goal on the other side of the screen. To do so, you draw shapes that affect the environment. These objects can help to move the kitty along, or they can provide a bridge for the kitty to get over large pits.
Like mazes? Who doesn’t? Always trying to find your way from one point to another as fast as you can…but what if you could only see a small portion of the maze at a time? What if you have to work through the maze in a circular fashion? What if you also had to slide along a tunnel? Got your interest? Yeah…thought so. Time to dive into Groove Vortex and see if you can get out!
Oil Rush: 3D Naval Strategy drops you in the deep end and starts shooting at you. A world inundated, a battle for control of oil, attack jet skis, a hero with a funny name—no, Mr. Costner isn’t making any appearances here, but your character’s name is Kevin. Oil Rush: 3D Naval Strategy is an action strategy game set on the high seas.
It’s time to welcome back Jackson, O’Neill, Carter and Teal’c as they take on Sekhmet and her little minions. Too many more SG1 games and we’ll all be familiar with the entire pantheon of ancient Egypt. Star Gate SG-1: Unleashed Ep 1 is an action platformer with plenty of narrative. The object is to complete your mini missions and defeat the Gua’uld without getting killed – just another day at the office. In each stage you will be faced with tasks to perform, things to fetch or baddies to fight.
There are many unique puzzle games available for iOS devices, but there’s no harm in trying out another one such as Rube Works. Created by Electric Eggplants and Unity Games, Rube Works is based on the machines created by cartoonist, humorist and inventor, Rube Goldberg. That’s what this game is all about, actually: Goldberg’s inventions.
Tumbling Timmy is a physics based puzzle game that puts Timmy (a small grey ball, not the kid in the motorized wheelchair) inside a ring you can turn with a swipe of your finger. The object of each round is to put Timmy in contact with what looks like a soccer ball. The challenge is using the internal paddles or other obstacles to toss or bounce Timmy on a trajectory which will intersect the soccer ball.
A quick fix, a crop on the sides, and a filter for the finishing touch—that’s what you get with Analog for OS X. Analog is straightforward photo editing software with filters and borders that you can apply in a few minutes. Direct, fast, and user friendly, you don’t need to be a pro to use it.