- More great deals with Steam Holiday Sale
- Siri: The Holiday Horror Movie – A more sinister side of Siri
- LogMeIn goes Free, IAP of $39.99/year allows HD video streaming
- Vocal for iPhone lets you control your Mac vocally
- Apps Gone Free: Broken Sword – The Smoking Mirror, Zenonia and more!
- Rope Rescue HD in Review – My Save Files Need Rescuing Too!
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 01:26 PM PST
If you missed out on Steam’s Autumn Sale a few weeks back, fret not as the online megastore is offering another daily deals promo with the Steam Holiday Sale. Everyday until January 1st, 2012, select games will be featured at up to 80% off. Even more impressive is their “Pack Deals“, where you can pick up a an entire catalog of games from over 20 publishers for one low price. For example, you can snag the Square Enix pack for only $99.99 ($712 at regular price) and it comes with all 60 of their games. Meanwhile, the Pop Cap bundle includes 34 of your favorite casual games (including Bejeweled 3 and Plants Vs Zombies) for only $49.99. Head on over to the Stream Online Store for the latest deals and start taking advantage of these crazy good Christmas offers.
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 12:20 PM PST
Check out this rather hilarious video trailer by Rooster Teeth Productions. If you’ve ever had a nagging suspicion that Siri’s true intention is to take over the world, just know that you maybe not so paranoid after all.
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 10:57 AM PST
LogMeIn, the company behind Ignition (TMA Review) – a fantastic app that lets you remotely control your computer – has just released LogMeIn and it’s completely Free. Users can now access their PC/Mac on their iPhone or iPad and it won’t even cost them a dime. Also new is the ability to stream HD video and sound from your computer to the iDevice (available for Windows while coming soon for Mac). This sweet feature is included in the premium Ignition app, while free LogMeIn users can have video streaming, file transfers, My Cloud bank integration and remote printing via an annual in-app purchase of $39.99.
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 10:12 AM PST
Vocal, the newly released app for the iPhone, lets you control your Mac via voice commands. When used on an iPhone 4S and free Mac client, you can tell your iMac or Macbook to do things like open iTunes, send a tweet, print a page and even search amazon for a specific book.
Vocal sells for $1.99 and it should be noted that voice commands only work on the iPhone 4S. If used with any another iDevice, the app will still work, though you’ll have to manually type out the commands instead of using your voice. Check out the demo video made by developer Matthew Roberts after the break.
Matthew Roberts, Vocal – Vocally control your computer, – $1.99
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 09:09 AM PST
Fans of point and click adventures will undoubtedly enjoy this Apps Gone Free roundup. Revolution’s highly regarded Broken Sword – The Smoking Mirror: Remastered is now free for an entire week (until Dec 29th). Dropped from its regular price of $6.99, this is the sequel to the original Broken Sword (TMA Review) and the crowning jewel of our App Store’s Best Adventure games roundup. Needless to say, you enjoy the genre, this is a freebie you definitely don’t want to miss out on. Lots more apps and games have gone free today, so be sure to grab them below before their prices go back up.
Posted: 22 Dec 2011 07:55 AM PST
So would you be all that surprised if I said this game had a fairly cute protagonist, a bunch of obstacles and some rope? Thankfully, though, Rope Rescue HD has nothing to do with feeding said protagonist cookies, cakes or any other kind of sweets. In fact, in relation to the game's name, the action involves a parrot using the rope to unlock cages and free baby parrots. This is actually a clever little game, and it's nice to play a rope puzzle game that isn't really about physics and doesn't involve fire (well at least not all the time). It's actually quite challenging despite its cute facade which makes it a distraction for kids and still fun for adults.
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