Today’s AGF list includes a beautiful physics-based puzzle game for iPad, a simple task management app, a game where you control the Great Death Worm, and much more.

All app prices are subject to change at any time and without notice regardless of stated free duration. Price changes are solely under the control of the developers.

iPhone:

Hungry Shark – Part 2 ($.99 -> Free): Control a very hungry shark by tilting your device and direct it towards all of the fish, birds, and humans in the ocean to keep your health meter full. You can also get a little boost by tapping your screen. The game features combos for eating multiple creatures at a time, two environments, and Game Center support.

Hungry Shark – Part 2 is available for free today only (02/12). It has a three-and-a-half-star rating and a total of 11 ratings.

HTR High Tech Racing ($.99 -> Free): Create your very own slot racing tracks and then race through them, or you can try your luck on one of the 18 included tracks. Since this is slot racing, you only control the speed of your car. The game features three difficulty levels, three camera angles, all kinds of unlockable items for your cars, and online leaderboards.

HTR High Tech Racing is available for free today only (02/12). It has a three-and-a-half-star rating and a total of 49 ratings.

Easy Mode ($.99 -> Free): Gives you quick access to phone, message, email, and mapping services all within a single app. It features large, easy to use buttons and the ability to use pre-defined text to make things even quicker.

Easy Mode is available for free for a limited time. It has a five-star rating and a total of five ratings.

Alice in Bomberland ($.99 -> Free): Help Alice collect the missing pages of her story that are scattered throughout 48 levels. The game features a variety of different controls and game elements, eight environments, and two modes.

Alice in Bomberland is available for free for a limited time. It has a three-star rating and a total of 159 ratings.

Universal:

Super Mega Worm ($.99 -> Free): Take control of the Great Death Worm and eat 20 different items to keep your health up so you can defend Mother Earth. The game features 24 levels, two modes, a retro art style, three control schemes, and Game Center support.

Super Mega Worm is available for free for a limited time. It has a four-and-a-half-star rating and a total of 59 ratings.

Nebulous Notes (for Dropbox) ($1.99 -> Free): Allows you to create text documents and save them to Dropbox. It also allows you to open files from any Dropbox folder. It features the ability to protect your files with a PIN, themes, multitasking support, AirPrint support, and TextExpander support.

Nebulous Notes (for Dropbox) is available for free today only (02/12). It has a four-and-a-half-star rating and a total of 26 ratings.

iPad:

Task Cards ($2.99 -> Free): This quick and easy task management app utilizes index cards to help you keep your life organized. You can scroll through different cards by swiping, or you can do a search to find a specific task. The app also features the ability to add due dates, recurring tasks, notes, prioritize tasks, email tasks, and sort by due date, priority, or alphabetically.

Task Cards is available for free for a limited time. It has a four-and-a-half-star rating and a total of 14 ratings.

HTR HD High Tech Racing ($1.99 -> Free): Like the iPhone version above, only with iPad optimized graphics and controls.

HTR HD High Tech Racing is available for free today only (02/12). It has a three-star rating and a total of 53 ratings.

Arriving HD – Gravity Puzzle Game ($4.99 -> Free): Help Ano the unhatched dinosaur break out of his egg by collecting energy in this physics-based puzzle game. You must draw basic objects and lines to get Ano’s egg to the energy at the end of each level. The quicker you complete each level and the less you draw, the higher your score. The game features 42 levels, six environments, and OpenFeint integration.

Arriving HD – Gravity Puzzle Game is available for free today only (02/12). It has a four-and-a-half-star rating and a total of 10 ratings.

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