Grab a friend and play a local game of You Against Me or head online and challenge anyone in the world. No matter which you choose, the gameplay remains the same. You’re presented with a board of tiles that are numbered one through 25. Both players have a hand of five cards. When a card is played, it’s paired up with the corresponding numbered tile on the board, which means you’ve claimed it. You must then fill the empty spot in your hand with a card from either your deck or your opponent’s deck. Your opponent is allowed to steal a tile you’ve claimed as long as it’s not surrounded by your own cards. If that all sounds confusing, don’t worry, the game has a quick tutorial to go through.
You Against Me is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 7 ratings.
SnapStill makes capturing action shots remarkably easy since it doesn’t require you to have a quick trigger finger. All you have to do is record video of your subject, or you can import a video from your library, and pull shots from it. You can quickly jump to a point in your video by sliding your finger across the timeline, or swipe across the video itself to move through it frame-by-frame. Once you have found the shot you want, capture it with a tap. Simple as that!
SnapStill – Extract Photos From Video is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 149 ratings.
If you thought A Dark Room was difficult, you’re in for a rude awakening with The Ensign. Just like the original, you start off with zero instructions. You just have to make a decision and then embark on your adventure. If we say anymore, it’ll ruin the the experience. Be aware that you’ll die often and you will become infuriated, but that’s all part of the journey.
The Ensign is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 14 ratings.
Let’s get this straight: Game42 is truly meant for two local human players. Sure, you can play against the AI on three different difficulty settings, but it’s just not the same. The nine included games are: Caro, Co Ganh, Tiling, Coloring, Reversi, Checkers, Tic-tac-toe, Conquer, and Chess. All have their own set of rules that can be accessed at any time. So grab a friend and start playing.
Game42 PREMIUM – Board game collection is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 274 ratings.
Grandma’s Kitchen is loaded with fun activities for your little ones. They will be asked to do everything from solve basic math problems to recognize patterns. Grandma will guide them along the way, so you can hand off your iDevice and let your child get to work. The app includes a total of eight mini-games, more than 100 kitchen-related words, 20 fun food facts, and seven real life kitchen videos.
Grandma’s Kitchen is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 198 ratings.
Rop is unlike any puzzle game you’ve played before. Each level presents you with a pattern that you must recreate using a single or multiple pieces of rope. The pieces of rope have anchor points, and you must place them in just the right position within the hexagonal grid in order to achieve your goal. You won’t find any timers or power-ups; just pure puzzle game goodness.
rop is available for free today only (09/07). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 198 ratings.
It’s time once again to protect your flock! This time around, however, you have a ton of new and improved weapons at your disposal like flame-throwers, shrink rays, and stun guns. You’re able to place them on the map with a tap and drag, or you can connect your favorite gamepad for a console-like gaming experience. Tower Madness 2 includes 70 maps over seven campaigns, 16 alien enemies, and new characters that will assist you in protecting your sheep.
Tower Madness 2: #1 in Great Strategy TD Games is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 4838 ratings.
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