iPhone and iPad apps tagged "treasure hunt."
Lost Lands - an innovative puzzle game for logic puzzle enthusiasts
SpriteLogic LLC, an indie game studio, today is thrilled to announce the release of Lost Lands - a Treasure Hunt Puzzle Game 1.0, their new game title for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Lost Lands is an original puzzle game designed for puzzle enthusiasts who seek the thrill of solving seemingly unsolvable puzzles.
Kingdom of Pirates Activities Abound
Avast! Check yer schedule, mateys, t'is time fer a smashin' activity! Kingdom of Pirates players often wonder what they can do while they are waiting for their rum to regenerate. Toivon's answer?
Go Exploring! These Apps Use the iPhone's Built-in GPS for Finding Adventure
There are awesome apps using the iPhone's built-in GPS in innovative ways. Here's to finding a more interesting path!
Sky Parlor Studios Announce an Exciting Update to Sudoku Together
Sky Parlor Studios is pleased to announce an exciting update to their first Together series title, Sudoku Together 1.21.
You can now play your favorite puzzle game, Sudoku, with friends. Challenge your friends in head-to-head, turn-based play, to prove who is the fastest, with the least amount of errors.
Interactive Science Lesson with Kids Farming iPad App
GiggleUp today is pleased to announce the release of Happy Little Farmer 2.0 for iPad. The first ever app to help children learn about the world of nature through an interactive farming game hits the iTunes Store this week.
Sneak a Peek Protects Shared Photos, no Saving or Forwarding
My days of playing tag and capture the flag were a complete blast, but nothing peeked my curiosity more than a good game of treasure hunt for a school project or at a family reunion. However, there are only so many ways to obscurely reveal hints to the final destination.
Relix Is Easy to Learn but Can Be Hard to Beat
Mark Mengelt’s Relix is one of those “easy to play, lifetime to master” kinds of match-up games that keep you engaged for hours on end. The objective is to clear game tiles from each level—there are 50 in all—by strategically moving them around the board to match up two or more tiles.