Dirac is a major player in the field of digital sound processing, working with partners like Rolls Royce and Bentley to provide optimized sound through customized digital processing. You don’t have to shell out $200,000 to get Dirac-enhanced sound, however; the Dirac HD Player app is custom designed to enhance the sound coming from your Apple-standard earbuds or EarPods.
There are two different kinds of match three games in Hidden Wonders of the Depths HD: one where you swap two tiles, and another where you tap on groups of three or more of the same kind. To win the level you have to make matches in certain spots before the timer runs out. The other game is a mix of mahjong and memory where you have to make matches but you can only use the tiles that are on top.
It is way past my bedtime, but I’ve been caught off-guard by an addiction Mosaique. This minimalist puzzle game brings you to another dimension of sands and blocks. It’s a must-have game you’ll definitely be fond of.
Pull the moon boots out of storage, strap on your jet pack, and get ready to run. Oh, and don’t worry if you crash—Gravity Guy 2 has the clones lined up and ready. This endless runner for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch sets you out across platforms, collecting gems and jumping chasms. The goals of the game are pretty simple: don’t fall down between towers, avoid hazards, and collect as many valuables as possible.
“Over 400 levels of mental addiction” sounds more like a diagnosis to me than a promotional point, but that’s how 2GMG advertises Blaster X HD. Accurate? I can’t verify the 400 levels just yet, but the mental addiction part is spot-on in this exceptionally unique and quite gorgeous arcade puzzler.
Zoombies: Animales de la Muerte is another zombie killer game. The twist is your hero is a little kid and the zombies are the animals in a zoo. You start with what amounts to a boomerang hatchet. The object of the game to destroy the zombies and keep them from escaping; if three or more zombies get past you, you lose the round.
Before there were interactive ebooks, there was interactive fiction—books that put you into the story by breaking the narrative into decision points where you made a choice on how to proceed. Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! series blended interactive fiction with roleplaying by introducing randomized combat and magic. The first of the four books—The Shamutanti Hills—is available now for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
I suppose the great thing about Batman is that he works on multiple levels. He works when he’s sad and carrying a bomb on a helicopter, he works when he’s goofy and carrying a bomb over his head, and he works when he’s a LEGO minifig faced with plastic bombs. The only time Batman doesn’t entirely work, I’ve come to realize, is in LEGO Batman: DC Superheroes when he’s being controlled by a touchscreen device.
Brian is dead and buried, and Gina must save him. More accurately, Brian has faked his own death to bust out of a mental asylum, and Gina must assist him. To do this, she’ll need the help of a dead Swede, an IKEA manual, a saw, a frozen glove…you know the routine. Runaway: A Twist of Fate is a point and click adventure game where the only thing more bizarre than the characters are the ways in which you use the items in your inventory.
Make sandwiches in an underwater Deep Sea Deli in this puzzle match game for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and iPad mini. Customers come in to your deli with the ingredients they want on their sandwich. To make their, order you drag along the ingredients in a line and, as long as they’re next to each other, the customers get served a delicious sandwich.