In a simpler time when we all had bricks for phones, the only entertainment we had was Snake. Snake ’97 brings back those memories with those monotone sounds and keypad controls, it was endless entertainment in the palm of your hands.
Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock by Maciek Drejak Labs is an old App which I recently started using again, and I thought I would share my sleeping secrets.
I love to sleep. Like everyone, I like to stay up late too. So when I use my alarm clock, it usually ends up with me turning it off and going back to sleep. Sleep Cycle seems to wake me up at the right time with soothing, subtle music and not make me grumpy in the morning. I know, its crazy. What it does is monitor your sleeping patterns through the vibrations of the accelerometer, and wakes you up at the right time. In the morning you’re able to see a graph on how well you slept during the night.
Its one of those Apps you have to try to see how it works. For only $0.99 its not a bad buy.
Don’t we all love Minecraft? With the latest “Survival Mode” I picked this baby up again to find it more interesting now to play then when it was just creative mode. With new blocks to play with and new modes, the possibilities are endless.
At nearly half the price of the full game, MineCraft Pocket Edition is something casual fans might like, but it could seem limited to the hardcore MineCraft fans. Pick it up for $7.49
Its like Siri, but not. We all know what Siri is, but what caught my eye last month was Evi. An artificial intelligence here to help the iPhone 4 user. Since the iPhone4S came out I was jealous, jealous of its superior power and intelligence of Siri.
Evi is not Siri, but if you ever wanted something similar on your phone without having to jailbreak, then Evi is your robot. Some have had issues with Evi and in recent news, Apple is even trying to take down Evi. So if you ever wanted a chance to experience another AI, then Evi is your women…robot… whatever it is.
Grab Evi for only $0.99
I love my puzzle games – as much as they frustrate me I enjoy the pain of trying to solve them. Furmins by award winning developers Housemarque brings a great new game to the App store which is just visually stunning and great to play. With over 70 levels and real time interaction, Furmins offer a unique blend of physics-based, set up and go gameplay, with multiple solutions to solve puzzles.
Guide the Furmins to safety by interacting with the world using bumpers, air-cannons and more to save there world and rescue their King.
You can grab the Universal, HD App for $2.99 from the App Store.
Also check out my full review on it here