Another week has drawn to a close with all the excitement and fury of a car skidding sideways over a cliff at 100mph, on fire, with James Bond and Indiana Jones in the front seats, whilst a hovering gunship peppers it with remorseless rounds. That’s how it was for us anyway, for while the weather here in the United of Britain may have persisted in being poorer than a particularly hard-up hermit, the past week in the life of our favourite OS has been richer than a Bill Gates soup.
First up there’s a trilogy of app excellence that cover the colour spectrum and await to muddle your mind with puzzles of physics and the physical, plus one that doesn’t just delete your potentially problem causing messages but destroys them!
Then there’s your weekly news nuggets featuring the return of some classic software, Iron Man 3, the state of Android sales in The States and the long-anticipated arrival of the ‘Facebook Phone’.
See? Car. Sideways. Fire. Action heroes. Helicopter – it’s all there! Or rather, all here…
Gothic gravity gaming galore awaits as you take on the mantle of an abducted eyeball escaping a monochrome maze in this physics-following world of fun. Think you can get the drop on your captors, follow our lead.
Putting the colour back into your apps after the above, its puzzles of a different type that you face here as a rusty robot attempts his own escape using your sense of spatial awareness. A tactical, box-moving brain-bamboozler that’s uphill all the way, check out our attempt at doing the robot here.
Get set for some truly innovative furtive phone action with an app that makes your messages self-destruct without a trace – from both your device and the recipient’s! Can’t see why you would need it? Read this and you may change your mind…
The latest figures are in from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech and everyone’s favourite open source OS has hit the top sales spot in The States once more. Follow the headline link for the full fruit-felling facts.
And here it is in all its official uber-app glory – an HTC One configured with instant Facebook access on the home screen, no longer need you open apps to network!
That’s our cue now to head off and indulge in yet another utterly unlikely, clearly pinched plotline. This weekend we’re going to put the band back together in order to raise money to save the orphanage we grew up in with Cab Calloway and a flippin’ Penguin. We’ll let you know how it went on Monday!