Tap Tap Glee
Tap Tap Glee is a free app on iPhone release by Tapulous, Inc on August 4, which is the TV series “Glee”’s edition of Tapulous’ Tap Tap Revenge. Tap Tap Glee is a free game released on App Store late Wednesday, which contains three free tracks, including Rachel/Finn duet “Don’t Stop Believin’”, Mercedes’ “Hell To The No”, and Brittany/Artie duet “My Cup” There are another 50 tracks available for download. Users can buy other tracks, which are bundled into groups by theme. For instance, the “Sounds of the 60’s” bundle includes the tracks “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” and “She’s Not There” and costs $.99 or 100 credits. Or, users could purchase “The Rocky Horror Glee” pack which contains six songs for $2.99 or 300 credits.
Cut the Rope: Experiments
Cut the Rope: Experiments released by ZeptoLab UK Limited on August 4, it is cost $0.99/HD. Cut the Rope: Experiments is less than a year old and is inspired a legion of physics-puzzle copycats. Cut the Rope, have been asking about the cute little monster who eats candy as its job! The game contains 75 new levels across 3 colorful new settings, more levels will be continually released; it also includes 3 level packs: Getting Started, Shooting the Candy, Sticky Steps. In addition, it features new musical tracks, sounds and Om Nom animations.Emberwind™
Emberwind™ released by Chillingo Ltd on August 4 for $.99. It is a port of the indie classic for Mac and PC to the iPhone. In Emberwind, players assume the persona of Kindle, a hapless gnome sentry charged with ridding Grendale of a gremlin infestation. These gremlins come from a super villain by the curious name of CandleFinger, which sets the tone of the app perfectly. Emberwind™ now is available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Swedish, Polish, Russian and Japanese.
Kickin Momma released by Hothead Games Inc. on August 4 for $.99, which is a puzzle game for iOS that Peggle-lovers will go nuts for. Kickin Momma is a mother who literally punts her children so that they can collect gems for a new necklace that she so desperately wants. Kickin Momma centers around a similar type of Pachinko-like ball-bouncing gameplay that PopCap’s title employs, and it does a great job at capturing the same kind of fun factor. Kickin Momma add a few minor twists to the formula though, and finishes things off with its own brand of wackiness and top-notch production values.
PlayBox is a new app released by Aio Synergy on August 4 for $.99, which improves upon the YouTube app that already comes on users’ iPhone/iPod touch by providing additional features. To celebrate the app’s first update some of our readers can get the app for absolutely free because we’ve got some promo codes from the developer. PlayBox is very simple to use, but is still powerful nonetheless. It enable users select YouTube videos directly from the app, each which can then be added to customized playlists. Then, users could start watching these videos automatically, which is not available using the existing YouTube app.