- Buggled ($0.99) is a fun and active game of multi-touch finger dexterity. Ladybugs have run rampant and it’s up to you to keep those bug b!tc#3$ in check.
- VooDude ($0.99) gives you your own personal voodoo doll. Take a picture, place it on the doll, and then go to town! You can use the accelerometer and touch screen to shake, pin, burn, and toss the doll around, all while the doll responds with true ragdoll physics.
- FriendZoo (FREE) transforms each of your contacts into a colorful zoo exhibit, complete with a variety of animals to match up with your friends’ personalities. Tired of looking at your best friend’s face? Turn him into a tiger! Tired of that squawking girlfriend of yours? Turn her into a parrot! Wait…
Archive for the ‘iAddict’ Category
With the official release of the iPhone 4, we at GameAgent thought it would be appropriate to launch a new feature on the NonBlog that we’re calling “The iAddict.” With each new major software or hardware release from Apple, Inc, we will post a story from friends, co-workers, fans, customers, supporters, and kinda whoever we can talk into it about their Apple love. To start things off, I have asked the biggest Apple fan I know to create the first post in this new series–my mom.
While growing up I didn’t realize that our first Apple IIGS would be an entry into an addiction. As kids, we just liked making those awesome banners and greeting cards with Print Shop on the tractor-Feed paper. Our first forage into gaming was with Reader Rabbit, Family Feud, and a World Sports game where you tried to balance on logs, jump off cliffs and do other “international” sports. Little did we know this was just the tip of the iceberg. Our first laptop was a PowerBook 150, I played SimCity 2000 and had my first experience talking to some one ON THE COMPUTER (I’m talking internet, folks) on our Macintosh LC, and was sent to college with a hand-me-down Mac of some sort. My mom is inspired by technology and uses it in ways that educate, connect and inspire. Her jobs have always connected education and technology and Apple has always been her manufacturer of choice. Here’s the story of her addiction….
My friends and family are actively searching for that multi-step program that will save me. I lamely claim my addiction began due to a phrase that echoed through my youth, “an Apple a day keeps the doctor away.” My name is Katherine, and I am addicted to Apple.(more…)