Leave it up to the Angry Birds to find a way to get ticked off while in a tropical paradise. But that's just what's going on in Angry Birds Rio! Of course being kidnapped and shipped down there helps a little bit. But you should be happy that you can get a great game from Rovio for free. That's why Angry Birds Rio is today's Free App of the Day!
After feeling the pressure from NY Sen. Chuck Schumer and other NY politicians yesterday, Apple changed the age limit for the National Rifle Association's controversial target-shooting game NRA: Practice Range. The free app was originally rated 4+ and deemed suitable for children 4 years and up, but is now rated 12+ for children 12 and up.
Line up that target in your sights and get ready to take it down. Also make sure that you're bundled up, cause it's cold out there. But that won't matter too much. You'll get warmed up real quick with all of the hot death you'll be dealing as an ice cold sniper in today's Free App of the Day -- iSniper 3D Arctic Warfare!
Is it just us or does it seem like zombies have been doing a lot of calisthenics since the days of George Romero? Every time a zombie pops up nowadays, they move less like Larry Flynt and more like Carl Lewis. These zombies aren't "walking" at all! Anyway. If you can't beat 'em, you might as well join 'em. And what better place to start than with today's Free App of the Day -- Running Dead!
Indie game studio Waves and Blaze have their work cut out for them with their upcoming game The Visitor: Dark Space Chronicles. But that's to be expected, since they are diving into a genre that's usually the realm of bigger studios. From Dead Space, to F.E.A.R., to System Shock, the space/horror genre is not something that many associate with small indie game developers.
To go along with its release on bigger platforms such as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Ubisoft has launched an official companion app for its first-person shooter Far Cry 3. For any fans of the graphics-intensive series, Far Cry: The Outpost arriving in the App Store should come as welcome news.
How much would you pay for a complete set of every Super Nintendo game ever released? Well, thanks to an intrepid Redditor out there, the market now has a price point for such a collection. Right now on eBay, there is a collection of all 721 SNES games ever released in the U.S., Mexico and Canada. But you need a cool 25 grand to drop in order to get them all. That's a spicy meat-a-ball!
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