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Today's Best Apps: Word Dig, Chess Invaders And Sequences

Today's Best Apps: Word Dig, Chess Invaders And Sequences

February 17, 2013
The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday.


Word Dig by Chenzo Park (Free, 27.6 MB): Compete against friends and strangers in this fun and challenging turn-based Scrabble-style word game. There are five large boards to unlock with 3-D views that can be panned and zoomed as well as an in-game chat system, five player color choices, and a bomb power-up. The game is multiplayer only, requires either a Facebook or Word Dig account, and does contain an ad banner in the menus.

Chess Invaders by Tim Tregubov (Free, 44.3 MB): In this unique tower defense game, the battlefield is a Chess board and the warriors Chess pieces. You will control the courageous knight and fend off the waves of evil pawns. The game features three unlockable worlds, vibrant colored retro-style 3-D graphics, an electrifying soundtrack, and Game Center integration.

Sequences - train your brain professional by MammutApps ($0.99, 12.4 MB): This mathematical puzzler is a good way to keep those recognition and problem solving skills sharp. In each instance, you're shown a sequence of numbers that has a pattern, which you must identify and use to input the final number. The equation could be as simple as every number minus two, such as 14 12 10 8 6 4, or one with different operations, such 22 11 14 7 10 5. The game has 50 difficulty levels, progress scoring but no high score system, endless casual play, and a digital device theme.

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