More BTS goodness cometh! Sega is offering up a ton of discounts on their classic games until Sep 1, 2010 (see my games review of Shining Force, and Sonic 2)! You can check out thier blog here for the full list of game titles and discounts, but long story short...SEGA fans can get their hands on Sonic, Ecco, Golden Axe, and more for up to 67% off the normal price (several titles now only $0.99)!
I just recently made the switch to iBooks (from Stanza) on my 2G iPod touch. Not a permanent switch, but at least to give iBooks a go. There is a great selection of free material available, and finding it is a cinch. Kaplan has teamed up with Apple to make a bunch of study and reference ebooks available gratis for the back-to-school season. Go here on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch (which links directly into iBooks library) to get these free titles... Promotion dates and more info below...
I have not tried Zoho Docs personally, but have heard good things. Currently am pretty tied into Google services, but will have to give Zoho a try. If you are a Zoho user, you now have another reason to love it! An iPhone/iPod touch viewer app you can use to get to your docs while on the go! Read on for the full press release details (iTunes link here).
Now available on iTunes, the sequel to the initial Top Gun title with updated aircraft, attacks and graphics! There is a discount for early birds right now, so go get it here while it lasts. And TG original game users get an upgrade on TG adding a new AB feature (had to correct this from the original post)! A few more screens have been released, so read on for the full PR effect, shots, full DL link info, etc..
I never really got into the whole D&D thing, being too cool for that level of geek immersion (ahem, I might've been a ranger character of moderate EXPs once), but RPGs (role playing game) on computers are old as, well, I am. I have played some of the originals, believe me. The early games were mostly stupid by today's standards, but we loved them anyway. My friend's Dad had an old machine , on which we would play a text-only RPG game for hours (imagine that). The computer spit out a description of the scenery and game action at each move, while we would map out the mazes and dungeons on paper. Pretty arcane, but still loads of fun.
Don't have the details on this new Top Gun 2 game coming out, except some screens. I have the current Top Gun title (which broke when I performed the iOS 4 upgrade). Not really a flying challenge, but more of an avoidance game--still, TG has cool backing music, 3-D effects and decent action (not to mention the same snarky macho crewmen from the flick). TG was fixed in a recent update, and you can also now add an afterburner control, which is pretty darn cool. Hopefully the new game will be more of a fighter sim, but either way, I'm excited (I don't get out much)!
Described as a cross between SimCIty and Farmville, this simulation game (called City Story) is currently at the price of FREE in the app store, so go grab it! With the added wrinkle that you can also invite Facebook pals to join you as neighbors in the game (whatever that means), might be interesting. Requires a network connection to play. When I get some time, will try to swing back and do a review. App store link above...enjoy!
Want to record digital or analog TV signals on your Mac? Want to watch your recordings on an iPod, iPhone, or iPad via iTunes transfer or live streaming? Want to get a $15 iTunes gift card in the bargain? Then, go check out the latest compact TV Tuner device from Elgato called the EyeTV Hybrid (Special Edition). Until 3 Sep, it comes with the gift card (valid only in USA). To learn more you can go here. Also can check out my review of the Elgato Video Capture device here.
Great idea this, especially for the iPad... iStoryTime has created a first in book app publication for iPad. A hearing-impaired friendly childrens book. The book format features an option to display an animated sign-language interpreter on the right side of the screen as the content is displayed.
The most flexible powerhouse of an adapter base I have used to date, the award-winning IDAPT i4 universal desktop charger will keep your gadgets powered up, and looks good doing it. This is one gadget that even my wife likes so much, it currently gets to reside on the kitchen counter! Nuff said...but you still might want to read the rest of the review.