Last week it was the Best Apps of 2012, now it’s time for the best Games of 2012. Check out the list and see which ones you agree with, there’s some fairly random entries on there which I had never heard of like Hamlet and StrikeFleet Omega but I`m going to try them out to see just what makes them so special. Check out the list by clicking on the graphic below and let us know in the comments if you agree or disagree with the list.
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You tie your shoes, put on your headphones, take your first steps outside. You’ve barely covered 100 yards when you hear them. They must be close. You can hear every guttural breath, every rattling groan – they’re everywhere. Zombies. There’s only one thing you can do: Run!
$3.49 – was $7.99
GeoCam AR Pro
GeoCam is a powerful tool designed for creation and preview of geophotos – i.e. photos supplied with additional information, such as geographic coordinates, camera orientation at the moment of shooting, comments, etc. Using this information you can share your photos of an object or a place with your friends, colleagues or employees, as well as determine location of the photographed objects and estimate distance to them. An automatically generated GeoCam Report in PDF format allows to present full information about a photo in a convenient and visual way and send it to the recipient by email.
$0.99 – was $4.49
Be Musical on the go with a piano, drum kit, metronome, pitch pipe and more!
A musical toolkit including instruments (grand piano, piano keyboard, drums, autoharp), tools (metronome, pitch pipe), a game (piano practice), and more (piano recording, wireless piano MIDI, piano/drum multitouch)
$0.99 – was $3.99
Jamie’s 20 Minute Meals
You’ll find 65 mouth-watering recipes to try, each one taking around 20 minutes. Every recipe has stunning step-by-step photography, so you really can’t go wrong!
As well as all that you’ll find 21 videos with useful tips, tricks and kitchen skills from sharpening a knife to chopping an onion.
There’s also a cool shopping list – it sorts your ingredients by aisle so you’ll be really speedy in the supermarket too.
$3.50 – was $6.99
Devil’s Attorney is a charming and fun turn-based strategy game set in the 80’s.
$0.99 – was $2.99