What if Tarzan had to ascend vines instead of swing from tree to tree in a horizontal fashion? If he had, he would be in a game called SuperRope. This endless platformer combines huggable characters with climbing fun to provide an all around good time.
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I love music and I love being clean. Now, combining those two posed a problem for some time for obvious reasons. My usual solution was to put the phone by the shower or on my speaker dock, but inevitably, the roar of the shower was too loud to really get my groove on.
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Got an iPhone (or iPod touch) and a lot of friends and family? Then send them a real postcard of your next holiday, vacation or day trip with Postcard on the Run. Similar to Postagram and Apple Cards, this app lets users quickly create a real-life postcard and mail it from their iOS device.
A simple to use, voice-guided abdominal strengthening exercise program, Situps 0 to 200: Ab Workouts is a fitness app for iPhone with clear, achievable goals.
Wooble Attack is a good old fashioned whack-a-mole game that puts a unique spin on the classic arcade game. It is a welcomed departure from the new generation of games that are fast paced and difficult to play — it’s also a great way to introduce your kids to a classic, yet still entertaining, game.
There are no shortage of social MMOs out there, and Rise of the Warriors is yet another "social MMO," offering quick, turn-style combat with people all over the world. While the game bills itself as an MMORPG, it seems to be a pretty standard social MMO, and doesn't change the formula too much beyond some additional options, a unique storyline, and some fairly interesting combat NPC.