Complete words by figuring out where the vowels go in EOZ Games’ Word Cracker. We also have a strategic puzzle game that requires you to paint an old factory, and a whole bunch of educational math games from McGraw-Hill.

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iPhone:

Billy the Painter ($0.99 → Free, 11.3 MB): Help Billy paint an old factory in this strategic puzzle game. Tap on the screen to cause a wave of paint to expand in all directions. Your job is to fill up as much of the free space as possible before the wave touches the edge of the old paint. You can start as many waves as you want to fill up the space. Cover up old paint splatters to earn bonus points. The game includes local leaderboards as well.

Billy the Painter is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 135 ratings.

Universal:

Everyday Mathematics® Equivalent Fractions™ ($1.99 → Free, 21.8 MB): Match equivalent fraction cards with the cards in your hand to score points and reveal new cards in this educational game. The game features easy to learn touch and drag mechanics, and includes a full tutorial.

Everyday Mathematics® Equivalent Fractions™ is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 167 ratings.

Everyday Mathematics® Divisibility Dash™ ($1.99 → Free, 25.6 MB): An educational math game where your goal is to eliminate the number globes by creating two-digit multiples of the divisor. If you provide an incorrect answer, the globes will start to fill up the screen. Once the screen fills up entirely, it’s game over. The app includes a total of 19 divisors and 60 number globes, randomized number globes, and correct and incorrect answer feedback.

Everyday Mathematics® Divisibility Dash™ is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 116 ratings.

Everyday Mathematics® Monster Squeeze™ ($1.99 → Free, 14.9 MB): Take turns with your opponent trying to guess the secret number in this educational game. Just tap on a number on the line to make a guess, and the monster will indicate whether your guess is higher, lower, or matching the secret number. The game includes five rounds, and a customizable number line that goes all of the way up to 30.

Everyday Mathematics® Monster Squeeze™ is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 189 ratings.

Everyday Mathematics® Beat the Computer™ Multiplication ($1.99 → Free, 15.3 MB): An educational game from McGraw-Hill where you must beat the computer. You have 20 seconds to correctly solve each multiplication problem presented to you. Your score is based on how fast you solve each problem. Try to beat the computer in each of the 20 rounds.

Everyday Mathematics® Beat the Computer™ Multiplication is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 195 ratings.

Word Cracker ($1.99 → Free, 13.5 MB): A word game that presents you with consonants and you have to guess where the vowels go. Just slide vowels into place to complete as many words as you can before time expires. The game includes single and multiplayer modes, nine themes, two difficulty levels, the option to show or not to show vowel spaces, four game lengths, and leaderboards via Game Center.

Word Cracker is available for free today only (08/28). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 32 ratings.

Everyday Mathematics® Addition Top It ($1.99 → Free, 8.3 MB): A two-player educational math game. Take turns with your opponent drawing cards, finding their sums, and then comparing them to discover which is higher. If you have the higher sum, you will earn additional points. The game includes eight rounds, randomized cards, correct and incorrect answer feedback, and a guided tutorial.

Everyday Mathematics® Addition Top It is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 288 ratings.

Ricky Carmichael’s Motocross Matchup Pro ($0.99 → Free, 87.6 MB): Get ready for some high-flying action as you challenge players from all over the globe in this racing game. Win races to help improve your rank, and collect wrenches and other items to upgrade your rider. The game includes 10 tracks, practice and online multiplayer modes, TV-out support, gesture-based stunts, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Ricky Carmichael’s Motocross Matchup Pro is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 1345 ratings.

Magic Hair Color HD ($0.99 → Free, 6.8 MB): Find out what you would look like with colorful hair with this photography app. You’re able to import any photo from your library or snap a new one within the app. You can then apply different colors to your hair by brushing your finger over your photo. The app includes a variety of customizable tools, undo, zoom, an eraser, and the ability to share your creations via Facebook, Twitter, MMS, email, or Tumblr.

Magic Hair Color HD is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 9 ratings.

iPad:

Billy the Painter HD ($1.99 → Free, 27.7 MB): Help Billy paint an old factory in this strategic puzzle game. Tap on the screen to cause a wave of paint to expand in all directions. Your job is to fill up as much of the free space as possible before the wave touches the edge of the old paint. You can start as many waves as you want to fill up the space. Cover up old paint splatters to earn bonus points. The game includes local leaderboards as well.

Billy the Painter HD is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 19 ratings.

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