Rotate chaotic collections of dots and lines to create beautiful blueprint images in FDG’s puzzle game, Blueprint 3D. We also have a digital toy box app that will keep your young child entertained, and an app that allows you to tally anything and everything.

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iPhone:

Blueprint 3D ($0.99 → Free, 58.4 MB): Put your spatial reasoning skills to the ultimate test with this unique puzzle game. Each of the over 300 levels starts you off with a seemingly chaotic collection of dots and lines. It’s up to you to rotate the mess of them every which way until you discover the beautiful blueprint image hidden within. The game includes 10 categories, an original soundtrack, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Blueprint 3D is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 12697 ratings.

PINGO STAR ($1.99 → Free, 32.0 MB): A matching game where you must swap out stars to clear the board. At the bottom of the screen you’ll see a single colored star. You must place it on the board to create a match of three or more. Whichever star you choose to replace becomes the next star that you must use, which adds a bit of strategy to the game. The game includes four modes, 30 story mode levels, 90 missions, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

PINGO STAR is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 32 ratings.

Mooniz ($0.99 → Free, 15.6 MB): This fast-paced action puzzler requires you to save the world from the cute yet mysterious moon critters known as Mooniz. Tap on groups of three or more Mooniz of the same color to remove them from the board. Try to be as precise as possible because tapping groups of two or less Mooniz will result in a sudden death for them, which means you can’t remove them from the board. The game includes three modes, eight power-ups, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Mooniz is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 1480 ratings.

The Wiki Game – A Wikipedia Game of Racing and Exploring! ($0.99 → Free, 10.1 MB): Race through Wikipedia articles to reach the target article in as few taps as possible in this fantastic casual game. At the beginning of each level you’re provided with a start article and a win article. You must reach the win article in as few taps as possible while adhering to the general rules of the mode you selected. The game includes five modes, 100 levels, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

The Wiki Game – A Wikipedia Game of Racing and Exploring! is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 65 ratings.

Kapu Forest ($1.99 → Free, 41.9 MB): A digital toy box designed for young children that’s filled with adorable and colorful animals to play with. Your child can search through the dense forest for the 12 different animals, each of which offers a different type of activity to participate in. The app is completely free of timers, high scores, and in-app purchases, so your child can just enjoy the experience.

Kapu Forest is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 3 ratings.

Universal:

Froad ($0.99 → Free, 26.9 MB): Help Froad satisfy his appetite by helping him catch his favorite bugs in this casual arcade game. Froad will let you know what he’s hungry for via thought bubbles. You must tap on the appropriate bug as it passes by to cause Froad’s tongue to latch onto it. Keep feeding Froad the correct bugs to keep his hungry meter from bottoming out. The game includes two worlds, day and night cycles that bring new dangers, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Froad is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 17 ratings.

TallyPad ($0.99 → Free, 888.1 KB): This fully customizable tally counter can be used for just about any project. The four tally boxes can be customized separately in order to help you keep track of all kinds of different items. Customization options include the ability to change multipliers, the ability to apply different tally counts to three separate gestures, and three display modes. The app also now allows you to display your tallies on your television via AirPlay.

TallyPad is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 92 ratings.

Picture Frames ($2.99 → Free, 12.0 MB): An easy to use photo-framing app. You’re able to choose from 19 different frame templates and three layouts. You can then add photos from your library or take new ones from within the app. Photos can be moved, rotated, and resized with multitouch gestures. You can also choose from three different border styles and apply three filters to your photos. Your final collage can be shared via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, or email.

Picture Frames is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 267 ratings.

iPad:

Kapu Forest HD ($1.99 → Free, 44.4 MB): A digital toy box designed for young children that’s filled with adorable and colorful animals to play with. Your child can search through the dense forest for the 12 different animals, each of which offers a different type of activity to participate in. The app is completely free of timers, high scores, and in-app purchases, so your child can just enjoy the experience.

Kapu Forest HD is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 7 ratings.

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