Awhile back I had reviewed reviewed Dungeon Defenders: First Wave, which was the second game on the iOS platform to use the Unreal Engine – the effect? Some super-duper visuals, which were highly praised by both I and the whole press world. The first game to use this console-quality engine,
Making the best game in all aspects considered before being bought is essential of developers. You’ll rarely ever see a really sloppy game up at the top, right? There always has to be some sort of “zing” for the game to be a successful one. Dungeon Defenders: First Wave has
Everybody has pictures. Most of us like to share them. Many want to tag them in some quick, casual way, like using a sharpie to write something cute or inspiring right on the picture.
Enter Polarize, the FREE App from Christopher Comair. This iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad ‘compatible’ application does very little - very well.
Postage is an app that allows you to create amazing looking electronic postcards to e-mail to your loved ones. The app is gorgeous to the smallest detail and feels completely natural to use. It literally takes seconds to master and you can count on the outcome of your design always looking super swanky!
ColorSplash is a very simple, yet highly effective program that allows you to give your pictures a professional and snazzy look. It's really fast, incredibly easy, and if done carefully, can actually produce some impressive affects! Say you take a picture of an object and you really wish that it stood out more. The program converts your photo to black and white and then all you have to do is use your finger to "paint" the specific area with color so that the subject stands out dramatically. Problem solved!
ZeusDraw is a drawing application suitable for both doodling and some serious drawing, depending on your needs. The app allows you to draw from predefined shapes, brushes, straight lines, freehand. You can also add text and save your creations.
ShoZu is a mobile photo uploading application that can access up to 50 media sites, allowing you to post and upload your pictures to any of those sites without ever opening the browser. Users can also have ShoZu download feeds from sites such as Flickr and even podcasts.