Solve puzzles on a luxury cruise ship in this intriguing adventure.
Google Earth is great. I have developed an application which use google map inside.
It lets you find your friend on your appointments. And also helps you save locations (like where you have parked your car) and then find your way back to that location.
Since the dawn of the camera phone man has dreamed of delivering ‘one to the head’ to fellow commuters, colleagues and, of course, the end-of-level-baddie: the boss. That dream is now a violent, blood-spattered reality thanks to Camgun, an app that lets you mow down any in the vicinity of your ‘droid’s camera. These guys have a new app in the market called Fear the Reaper too. Check it out.
Camgun overlays a gun and sight onto your camera’s viewfinder and allows you to mete out lead-based justice to all who cross its path. There’s a dazzling array of weaponry on offer from dual 9mm pistols, to crossbows, to sub-machine guns, to knives, to hand grenades that can be deployed to devastating effect on your chosen quarry.
Certain weapons have neat ‘Easter eggs’ included – a long tap on the screen when using the pistol brings up a second gun for ‘dual-wielding’, while sighting the sniper rifle brings up a reticule that can be used in standard or ‘night vision’ negative mode.
Should you wish to record the ensuing carnage, you can snap a pic by hitting the ‘photo’ icon on the bottom left of the screen. Sadly, there’s no option to record video from the app.
Camgun is a lot of fun and we’re sure you’ll revisit it periodically making the 86p outlay justifiable. It’s certainly a lot more fun than you can have with more or less anything else that costs less than $1. Feel free to correct us if you know of another, non-app use of 99 cents that’s more enjoyable…
I love this addictive game. It crashes a bit too much but the game is good enough for me to deal with it. They are always adding new content which is great. There is no guides or how tos on their main site but I did find www.avatarfightguide.com which has a ton of useful information. All in all, the game is well worth the time and money (FREE)
Great to see premium subscribers now get access to the full At Bat privileges (audio, video) for free now. But even if you don't subscribe, this is still an essential app for the baseball lover.