What with all of the giveaways we've been running over here at iPhone Alley, it's no wonder that the question will arise of how to enter these so called "promo codes" that we giveaway every so often (daily, to tell the truth). So, to give an answer to the noobs (no offense) whom these questions have come from behalf of, below are the steps you need to take to enter a promo code.
We reviewed this game, and it passed through our process with a respectable 4.5/5 stars. Don't Run With a Plasma Sword is a clever mashup of endless running, boss fights, humorous cartoons as well as with RPG elements mixed, and it's currently free as part of a unique promotion from which you can prizes out. Everyone loves free things!
One of my most favorite developers, Big Pixel Studios, released their 4th title onto the app store just a few days ago. Land-a Panda takes you through the love story of two pandas in the form of physics/timing/puzzle dependent gameplay. It’s fast, it’s engaging, and its cute visuals don’t betray
Our two favorite apps from The Iconfactory have just gone on sale! Ramp Champ [App Store], the wonderful carnival-style skee-ball game, is completely free for a limited time, down from its usual price of $1.99. It's incredibly pretty and tons of fun to play; we gave it a 5 out of 5. It's recently been updated with several new social networking features and bug fixes, so it's the perfect time to pick up a copy.
Frenzic [App Store] is also on sale for $0.99, down from its standard price of $2.99. We love Frenzic just as much as Ramp Champ, as you can tell from our review. We're not sure how "limited" either one of these deals are, so we recommend picking them up as soon as you can! Both are solid games.
Ever since friend of the site David Barnard (App Cubby) posted this screenshot from Ramp Champ [App Store, $1.99] I haven't been able to put it down. For those who don't know, Ramp Champ is a new twist on the classic carnival skee-ball game. Play consists of flicking one of nine balls up a ramp in order to hit the targets. Sounds easy, but it's not!
So being a fan of @chockenberry, the person who the purple character is meant to resemble, I grabbed the recently released Halloween ramp pack ($0.99 in-app) to see if I could find him. All I can say is that I'm totally hooked. I haven't been able to find Chockenberry yet, but I do know that you need to knock down the three tombstones that reveal skeleton hands, hit the hands, then kill off the caskets.
Iconfactory (makers of Twitterrific) and DS Media Labs (makers of Light Riders) have teamed up to create Ramp Champ, a retro twist on the classic boardwalk game of skee ball. The am is simple: to "throw" the ball and knock down targets as they move around. Ramp Champ puts it in your pocket in several different flavors, with a dazzling and eye-catching artistic flair throughout.
Many of you may know and love Twitterrific. It is a Twitter client for both the Mac and the iPhone. Craig Hockenberry, the brains behind the creation of Twitterrific, has been a little unsatisfied with the way other developers are pricing their applications on the App Store. Today, he spoke out about the pricing, and wrote an open letter to Steve Jobs.
Iconfactory released Twitterrific for iPhone v1.1 today, bringing with it a whole host of new features and bug fixes. Many of the added features address shortcomings and quirks found in the first version. Of note, the camera icon now asks whether you want to take a photo or select from your cameral roll and photos taken are saved to your iPhone before they're uploaded. Scrolling has been significantly sped up and many memory leaks have been plugged. Additionally, your scroll position doesn't change when exiting or refreshing the application. Read on for a full list of changes!