Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Demansol Software Solutions has announced Scotland Yard 1.0, a strategy board game designed specifically for the iPad. In the US$2.99 game, you’re either a detective or the elusive Mr. X and will take taxis, buses and train around London. Up to six players can play.
Juicy Development has released Patriot Pursuit 1.0, an educational app for iOS. Drawn from a database created by constitutional scholars, the US$0.99 app quizzes users on their knowledge of the Constitution and U.S. History, as well as tests their knowledge on a variety of constitutional facts.
JFDP Labs has introduced Paper Camera 1.0, a photography based application for iOS. The $0.99 app transforms images on-the-fly; alll the processing is done in real-time on the camera video feed.
Energize Software has launched Fun Countdown 1.0, a free, interactive holiday and custom recurring calendar event iPad app. You use multitouch gestures to position, rotate, and scale visual events. You can select built-in music or choose from your own music library, change background pictures, set alerts, and save visual event layouts for later retrieval. Fun Countdown features recurring event options. You can display all events in a list sorted by date, name or enabled status and more.
Tapiki has debuted Sushi Star 1.0, an arcade game for iOS devices. The $1.99 app takes you on a quest through six different cities to be the best sushi chef in the world. Test your sushi making skills as you unlock six different locations, each with its own unique ingredients and fun special effects. Unlock 50 prizes as you play to prove your sushi prowess, and then share them with your friends on Twitter or Facebook.
Mindwarm has rolled out AddTo Honolulu 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 app lets you create your own travel guide from your photos and notes. You can create your own map with the highlights you want, photo album and travel diary. At any time you can add a note or photo to your album. If you have allowed locations, then your current location will be added to that note and photo.
Stillpig has created Sum Machine for iOS devices. The $0.99 app lets you add up a list of items and prices via a custom keyboard. Each entry allows for unit price, number of units and name. It then shows the subtotal for the entry and the running total up to the entry. The resultant list can be saved for later use or emailed to yourself or friends to further edit in Excel.
Diethard Seiferth has developed TagYourTime! 1.0, a $2.99, tag-based calendar app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Based on a graphical tag system, it shows you in how many days, hours and minutes next events take place.
Continuous Integration has bounced out Word Ball Free 1.0, the free version of their word game for iOS devices. By concentrating on the letters as they shrink and bounce to keep them alive, Word Ball will test your limits by forcing your cognitive senses to react in a manner that reinforces word and pattern recognition.
Developed by a teacher, TribbsHD 1.0 is the follow-up to the iPad math game, Tribbs. The premise of the $1.99 game is simple: find three numbers on the game board and use any combination of addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division to make an expression that equals the Target Number.
To keep cortisol levels healthy and under control, a $3.99 adaptive stress free alarm clock, Gentle Alarm for iPhone and iPod touch was developed by a clinical neurologist. In order to be woken up smoothly, sleepers will be guided from the deep sleep phase or dream phase into the light sleep phase by gentle sounds.
BroSoft Labs is offering SquareUpMax for iOS. It’s a $0.99 construction game where players are challenged to return numbered shapes to their original stacked arrangement, following a massive explosion that scatters the shapes randomly. Each shape is shoved or flipped back toward its former position, as demarcated by an empty numbered outline, and a green check appears on each shape as it is returned. Players earn scores by using less time, fewer moves, and maximizing their bonus.
Mention Mobile has presented Trivia With Facebook Friends 1.0, its Facebook-centric social game. The free app offers 20 difficulty levels along with countless questions to challenge users’ knowledge of their social network and put genuine friendships to the test. Users can also compete with others via Game Center to determine the de facto best friend.