- Animoog released on the iPhone
- Christmas Price Drops: Big Fish’s iOS games now $0.99
- Siri hacked to “play” Yamaha Disklavier piano
- Christmas Price Drops: 17 Gameloft games at $0.99
- Christmas Price Drops: EA games now $0.99
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 02:01 PM PST
Animoog, billed as the first professional synthesizer designed for the iPad and one of the apps used to create this awesome music video, has just released for the iPhone. Packed with plenty of features and backed by Moog technology, Animoog lets musicians create a wide range of synthetic sounds.
To celebrate its release, Animoog on the iPad is now on sale for $9.99 (down from $29.99) and the newly released iPhone version is available at the introductory price of $0.99 (regularly $9.99). Check out the demo videos of Animoog on the iPad in action after the break.
Moog Music Inc., Animoog for iPhone, – $0.99
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 01:12 PM PST
The $0.99 deals just keep on coming. Big Fish, publishers of some of the best and most popular Hidden Object games (among other genres) on the iDevice, has dropped 66 of their App Store titles to the dollar mark. Normally at anywhere from $2.99 to $6.99, top-selling Big Fish games like Drawn: The Painted Tower HD, Mahjong Towers and Azada (TMA Review) can now be picked up on the cheap. This huge holiday sale will last through the Christmas holidays, right up until Dec 29th. If hidden object and casual games are your cup of tea, be sure to check out the full list of assorted iPhone and iPad games after the gap.
Note that some of these Big Fish titles are free to download, though require an in-app purchase (now $0.99 after the price drop) to unlock the full game.
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 11:40 AM PST
Siri’s been hacked to remotely start a car and even change channels on a TV set, though this is likely the first time iPhone 4S’ digital assistant’ hasbeen made to “play” an instrument. Using an AirPort Express and some special MIDI files, this Siri hack is able to make the not-so-cheap Yamaha Disklavier piano play requested songs. Here’s how the setup works according to The Loop:
For those fortunately enough to own a Disklavier, there’s even an iOS app – Disklavier Controller - that lets you perform similar functions like song selection and playback. Of course, this is no where near as cool as asking Siri to do all the hard work for you.
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 09:53 AM PST
While not as extensive as EA’s Christmas Sale, Gameloft too has dropped a good number of their iOS titles to $0.99 for the holidays. Of the 17 on sale, some of the more notable ones include Gangstar Rio: City of Saints, N.O.V.A. 2, Fast Five and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six®: Shadow Vanguard. And for those of you who game on the Mac, 6 Gameloft titles on the Mac App Store have also dropped to a dollar (Modern Combat: Domination, Starfront: Collision and more). No word on when the sale ends exactly, though these $0.99 deals should be good for the rest of the week. The complete iTunes links after the break.
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 09:06 AM PST
Not content with the ongoing Daily Deals, EA Mobile has launched their 2nd Annual “Biggest Sale” event, where essentially all their App Store games are now going for only $0.99. As such, hit games like Dead Space™ for iPad, Real Racing 2, FIFA SOCCER 12, and the newly released Trenches II can all be had for a mere dollar. If you’ve been saving up for some great iOS games, now would be the time to take the plunge. The full list of EA titles on sale can be found after the gap.
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