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Today's Best Apps: Solitaire Multipack, Temple Run: Oz And LaserBlade

Today's Best Apps: Solitaire Multipack, Temple Run: Oz And LaserBlade

March 5, 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.


Solitaire Multipack+ (Klondike, Spider, Mahjong, FreeCell, Pyramid) by Nerdicus Rex ($0.99, 69.9 MB): Enjoy all of the popular Solitaire variations in one single app: three Spider, two Klondike, two Pyramid, one Mahjong, and one Freecell. When the timed play option is enabled, which is default, your completion time will be posted on the Game Center leaderboard, one for each variation. In addition, there are several aesthetic customizations available. The 12 table and six card back appearances are a nice visual touch, but the left or right dealing and six card face styles can make things easier for low vision and lefty players.

Temple Run: Oz by Disney ($0.99, 43.8 MB): It's time to take a trip down the Yellow Brick Road, except there's no explorative walking or joyful skipping going on here, just running for your life. Taking the role of Oz, you'll be jumping over logs, sliding under low overhanging rock formations, avoiding collapsing cliffs, flying in a hot air balloon, and more to outpace the winged saber-toothed baboons. The game features characters and great 3-D graphics inspired by the fantasy adventure Oz the Great and Powerful as well as Temple Run-style controls, bonus objectives, coin collection, power-up and utility shop, and Game Center integration.

LaserBlade by Joseph lotenero ($0.99, 22.6 MB): Using this simple entertainment app, you can create epic lightsaber or laser blaster battles in just a few quick steps. In fact, all it takes is a two finger gesture to create the line, preferably over an existing object like a baton or plastic sword, and then select preferences. The effect can be applied to a freshly captured photo or one stored in the iOS camera roll. Light options consist of a white or black core color, 15 glow colors, core thickness, and glow intensity.

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