June 20, 2010
Today's list includes another hit iPhone game, Freaking Inkies, along with a rather neat universal app that allows you to play songs based on color. Freaking Inkies ($2.99 -> Free): A colorful tilt and touch controlled game where you must fire gobs of ink at the monsters. Three color buttons are located on each side, and sometimes you will need to mix colors together to remove certain monsters. The game features hundreds of levels, 10 game types, and Plus+ integration. Freaking Inkies is available for free today only (6/20). It has a four-star rating. MusicDraw ($.99 -> Free): An app that allows you to draw on the screen to create music. You can play the piano, electric guitar, or drums in three different styles: blues, jazz, or boogie. A grid can be overlaid in order to better understand where each note is, and the color of your lines can be changed as well. MusicDraw is available for free for a limited time. It has a three-star rating. Meanwhile ($.99 -> Free): A simple game where you are required to remove black circles from the board before the screen fills up. Circles appear as different colors, but can be switched to black by swiping the screen. Black circles will be switched to a different color when swiped as well, so make sure to remove the black ones before swiping. Meanwhile is available for free for a limited time. It has a three-star rating. Frame Wiz ($1.99 -> Free): Take a picture or import them from your camera roll in order to create framed photos, postcards, and greeting cards for any occassion. It's simple enough to use, and allows you to share your creations via email, Facebook, or Twitter. Frame Wiz is available for free until June 25th. It has a three-and-a-half-star rating. Universal: Huesic Colour Music Player ($.99 -> Free): Allows you to organize your music by tagging each track with a color you feel is appropriate. Then you can choose a color based on your mood and the music you tagged will be played. Huesic Colour Music Player is available for free for a limited time. It has a three-and-a-half-star rating.