The good people at MacPhun just received word from Apple that their photo fix app Snapheal has been named one of the Best Mac App Store apps of 2012. Talk about an early present. And as an early present to you … it’s on sale for $9.99 (50% off). So don’t spend hundreds on Photoshop … instead pick up Snapheal and fix your photos by removing unwanted objects from them, enhance bad skid and of course fix or restore damaged pictures.
In other news, Mail.Ru’s latest release Allods Adventure promises to be an epic puzzle adventure that I’m sure you’ll love. Features over 20 unique 3D puzzles guiding players through the ruins of June and closer to its hidden treasure. Lots of unlockables such as beautifully painted comics at each level and it was built with Unity3D technology so you know it’s going to be good.
Thumbstar also released JIGaPIX on the App Store, the Christmas edition of the quirky photo-based puzzler. This is a pretty cool app and allows you to create puzzles for your friends from your device, using either traditional jigsaw pieces or with squares and triangles for a bit of challenge. Like the jigsaw pieces weren’t enough! Would be cool to send your loved one a picture of their present … a new car … and they put the puzzle pieces together to see what they just got. Epic.
DeNA and Freeverse have launched Skee-Ball 2 to iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Skee-Ball 2 is the sequel to one of the best-selling iOS games of all time. With a quick flick, the player rolls the ball up the ramp and into one of the numbered holes for points, tickets, tokens and achievements.
Volvo Trucks in North America today launched its Fueldrop iPad game, an interactive brand experience showcasing the company’s proven leadership in fuel efficiency and innovation. The launch of the free game coincides with the beginning of an online scavenger hunt for U.S. participants centered around Volvo’s “Proven” message highlighting the company’s past and present.
Fueldrop on YouTube