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Gaming is one of the best ways to entertained oneself. Apple has developed some pretty interesting gaming apps for the iPhone to keep you busy and entertained during all your leisure time. We have all heard of the app Angry Birds but some other apps below may really surprise you .
The Angry Bird
Dubbed as extremely entertaining and addictive, this game is about the angry birds whose survival is at stake because their eggs have been stolen by the greedy green pigs. The angry birds seek to retrieve the eggs by hunting down the pigs hidden in the castle. The game comprises of many levels which get more interesting and challenging as the level advances. Costing only $ 0.99, this game can be easily downloaded from the Apples Store.
The best feature of this amazing game is perhaps its stunning graphics. This science fiction side scrolled is based on the old action packed adventure games Mega Man and Metroid. Grokion has taken action and adventure to a new level. You will feel your adrenalin pumping as you battle out evil robots, booby traps and mines. The updated version of this game can be bought from the Apple Stores for $1.99 only. The game is gripping and intense and the background music and detailed visuals make it all the more compelling.
Plants Vs Zombies
In this game players place an assortment of different types of plants and fungi around their house to prevent the Zombies from eating the brain of the residents. The playing field is composed of a number of horizontal lanes. Zombies then move towards the player's house along the lane with the exception of the Zombie taking a bite out of a garlic along the way. Most plants can only attack zombies or defend against them in the lane they are planted in. As with most games, this is an entry level version. In more advanced levels, players can purchase upgrades that allow them additional features..
Many people consider playing Fruit Ninja the best way to fight boredom. Using your finger as a sword, you are supposed to slice off fruits but beware of the bombs because they can either end the game for you or deduct precious points. This game is played in three modes Zen, Arcade and Classic; each having different rules.
Generally regarded as a brain teaser, WOPR is more than that; it not only stimulates your brain but is also enjoyable and relaxing. In this game you have to work the colored bits in the correct sequence to win the game. If you make a mistake you can undo it with the undo button and start again. This easy to play game can be downloaded for $1.99.
Infinity Blade 2
Infinity Blade II starts exactly where the original version left off. This is a role playing game with incredible graphics. For those that want none stop action, this game is for you! Players use Infinity Blades to battle and destroy gigantic evil enemies. Each enemy you encounter has something exciting and a little different to offer you. It is said to be the ultimate game for the adrenaline junky! This game is by no means a short action packed adventure. It usually takes around 5 hours to finish the game from start to finish, but you won't be disappointed.
Cute, addictive and current craze, Doodle Jump is one of the most entertaining gaming apps from Apple. Though simple, you need to make sure that the animated creature jumps on the right platform. Available for $0.99 only this game has won accolades from many quarters.
Any free games available in the net. NEW DELHI: Flipkart, an e-commerce website that partnered with Motorola for the Moto G as the exclusive launch partner in India, has now announced that it will soon launch Moto X in the country. Unlike Moto G, which is targeted at budget conscious buyers, Moto X is a high end Android phone and is likely to cost around Rs 25,000. Flipkart on its Twitter page said on Thursday that just like Moto G, it would launch Moto X with some exclusive offers. While Flipkart did not reveal a launch date, the phone is likely to be available for purchase before March 20. In answer to several queries from its Twitter followers, Flipkart said that in India Moto X will launch without Moto Maker, an online tool offered by Motorola in the US. Through Moto Maker, customers can customize the Moto X before Motorola ships the unit to them. But Flipkart said that the phone will be available with wood panel finish in teak and walnut. "Walnut (will have) black front and silver accents. Teak (will have) white front and silver accents," the company noted. With plastic back cover, the phone will be available in five colours. Moto X has a 4.7-inch screen with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution, 2GB RAM, 16GB/32GB storage, 10MP primary camera and 2MP front camera. It is powered by a dual-core -- but high-end - Qualcomm Snapdragon processor that runs at 1.7GHz. The graphics chip is Adreno 320, which is capable enough to handle almost all high-end games available for Android devices. The phone launched with Android 4.2 last year but now has been upgraded to Android 4.4, which is the latest version of the OS. It runs an almost unmodified version of Android, though Motorola has added some special features to the OS. For example, Moto X is a phone that is always in listening mode and hence can be activated through voice commands even when its screen is in the sleep mode. Then there is a feature called flick-to-click that allows the Moto X user to start camera app by holding the phone in their hand and flicking the wrist. Both Flipkart and Motorola consider Moto G launch in India to be very successful. Moto G was priced aggressively in India and Flipkart had trouble keeping it in stock immediately after the launch. But on Thursday the company said that it has "made improvements in planning (the stock) this time around". However, one factor to keep in mind is that Moto G lacks a worthy competitor in the market. Unless Motorola is very aggressive with the price - somewhere around Rs 22,000, which seems unlikely -- Moto X will have to compete against phones like Nexus 5, the official Android phone that sells for Rs 28,999, and Samsung Galaxy S4, which recently got a price cut and is now available for around Rs 30,000. Both Nexus 5 and Galaxy S4 have better hardware than Moto X. Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/tech-news/Moto-X-with-wood-panel-coming-to-India-soon/articleshow/31967804.cms