equipped with geo-tagging features, a QR code reader for hidden content in each city and full social media integration, the aspiration for this app is to give users insight to the best parts of six European cities: London, Berlin, Amsterdam, Milan, Paris and Barcelona, through the eyes of local trendsetters and tastemakers.
this game is very similar to surfacer (which i posted on earlier), you hold your finger to grow shapes to block the small bouncing balls, but the added twist, you rotate your phone left/right to control the shapes location. a very colorful and inventive game.
inspired by the late 1980s LCD pocket games like the nintendo game & watch, tomy or tiger electronics, this does not let you down.
based on pictionary, but using pixel art, you draw images via a simple toolbox and other people playing over the social gameplay framework guess what your drawing. points are scored for people guessing your drawing (and you guessing others drawings). such a simple concept yet very addictive.
another fantastic pixel art meets strategy game app. this time by well known designer shaun inman (he did mint stats). this one is based upon an esoteric concept that "nature abhors a vacuum".
this has to be one of the most innovative apps i have seen. its basically a sleep talk recorder, with a twist. its got an fantastic illustrated graphic interface inspired by The Beatles song "Let it be" and Akira Kurosawa's Movie "Dreams".
not your typical alarm clock, this one is dead simple and has cute illustrated graphics and sounds! animations of sun rising and setting for each theme. neat feature to watch the sun set as you fall asleep to your selected music track.
pretty much the coolest tokyo city guide i have seen. its got everything, and is not overwhelming at the same time. 100+ of the best points of interest, detailed address info, GPS assistance, sorted lists (in color), subway map, and phrase book! modern and clean visual design.