Game – Darkings
“In short: you’re Lum, an avenging light spirit. Enemies crawl towards you, you draw the symbols that appear over their heads, Lum teleports over and possesses them, derezzes them Neo-in-Agent-Smith style, and you collect the oh so precious star bits which the nasty buggers were holding in their shadow-jowls—unless they manage to touch you and, yeah, kill you dead.”
These words from “pockettactics” review, I think the most attractive part of this game is the interactive method, players will be not only tab the screen or slide, they could draw a shape on the screen to win.
I got board after a week but still a good game. Similar to Nintendo’s Brainage.
“Train your memory and attention”
80201 ratings/ 5 stars
• Harvard Business Review
“Designed by neuroscientists, a brain training approach such as Lumosity builds on breakthrough concepts such as neuroplasticity and fluid intelligence.
•Wall Street Journal
“The games offer a scorecard of your performance and let you follow changes in performance over time, so you can see if you’re getting better or backsliding. You can also choose what skills you want to improve.”
“The mini-games are fun rather than dry, making it a daily habit that never feels like a chore.”
A big sister of our very own SnapGuesser.
point class+ presentation
Team: Carrol, Kamilla and Seungkyun
Haze is a mobile app for weather which combines with color and sound. Compare to other weather apps, Haze doesn’t show any graphics of sun, cloud, rain, snow, etc. Instead, it gives users some moods of weather by showing colors and sound effects so that they often feel emotional appeal from Haze.
It is build around the idea of giving you a radiantly crafted forecast at a glance. Swipe through temperature, sunshine hours and rain chance or dive even deeper and get detailed information about the weather. Swipe down to get a 5 day forecasts and unlock multiple colorful themes to personalize the look.
Haze demo video