Today’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch free apps daily include a fantasy combat game, Sci-Fi adventure game, relaxation app, and photo effects app. A number of apps drop from paid to free on a daily basis*, and we pick the top four everyday, as many of the others aren’t worth your time even for free. Everyday we try to pick apps that are worth spending money on, but are now free to download, and here they are.
*Price drops are temporary, and usually last for just 24 hours, so be quick to download.
The Executive ($2.99 -> Free, Universal) [Review]: A bare knuckles brawler with werewolves, minotaurs, possessed blobs, demon fairies, boxing warthogs, and a whole bunch more. The Executive is a combat game first and foremost with a control scheme made for touch, and a quality art style that builds upon the developers’ first game, Pizza vs Skeletons. The touch controls are so intuitive, and it gives you a greater feel of really giving these enemies a beatdown with combos possible through specific swipes. The Executive is designed to not just be a button masher, and instead there’s a little thought involved with each move aiming for top or bottom, focus on defending, or going for a special move with a limited energy meter.
Abducted ($2.99 -> Free, Universal) [Review]: Are you ready to be Abducted into an atmospheric adventure with a horror survival theme all set in space? That’s the basis for the new game Abducted, which pits your character waking up not knowing where they are, who they are, or how they go there. You’re then sent on a point and click episodic adventure.
Windy ($1.99 -> Free, Universal) [Review]: The app comes from the makers of Thunderspace, and offers a similar idea in providing ornate soundscapes to listen to, while this time focusing on the wind. You’re given six different natural wind recordings, all recorded with stereoscopic 3D to be optimized for it to sound like the wind is all around you. The wind sounds so authentic to the point that it sounds like it’s blowing on either side of you, up above, all with varying pitch.
Ussie ($0.99 -> Free, iPhone): A camera app that lets you use both the front, and rear facing cameras to create a split screen composition. The apps lets you capture the view of where you are, and then yourself, and have it all in one image. You can also capture two images with the rear camera, or two front facing images, and continue to flip between the two for the top, or bottom photo.