Vision Impossible Slider Puzzle is FREE!You're not ready for this... You probably can't handle it. Vision Impossible is the most challenging slider puzzle game you will find.
Choose 9, 16, or 25 tiles. But it's not just the number of tiles that makes these puzzle games tough...
They're timed. (unless you Wuss Out and turn that feature off)
And it is not the time that makes these puzzle games insane...
It's the actual images themselves. It is called "Vision Impossible" for a reason. The puzzle pulls from optical illusions, symmetric art, and line art.Read More
Funny Newton’s Nightmare Game TrailerNewton's Nightmare is one of Big Goose Egg's most anticipated games for the iPhone and iPad. You are Sir Isaac Newton trapped in a space with projectile killer apples.
Your job? Avoid the apples.
Sounds simple enough, especially if you're the very scientists who described the Laws of Motion. But not quite.
Check out this funny, horror-spoof-trailer of Newton's Nightmare:
H2Whoooa! Water Maze Is FREE on iTunesGet this FREE maze game and you'll be like "Whoa!".
H2Whoooa! - the water maze game is the latest, challenging and fun iPhone/iPad game from Big Goose Egg.
H2Whoooa! you have to avoid enemies made of fire and chilling foes of ice. You roll past open drains and thirsty sponges. And you only have a little bit of time to gather as many gold coins as you can before you drop through to the next level... or you'll be like, "Whoa!"
Move your water droplet character by tilting the device. Read More
New Birds Game “Guano!” Available On iTunesIt's not the birds who are angry... it's the people.
Guano! - The bird targeting game is the latest, hilarious and fun iPhone/iPad game from Big Goose Egg.
With a birds-eye view of parks, cities and campgrounds, Guano! users steer their bird characters overhead in search of targets.
The unsuspecting people below quickly catch on and begin to fight back. The better you get at hitting your targets, the more they throw things at you.
Steer by tilting the device to fly over never-ending maps. Read More
Angry Birds Space demo by NASA is an example of using successful iPhone games to encourage learning about science, space, and physics (and probably an alternative revenue source for a government agency struggling for survival… but that’s not the point). Like learning from stories, learning through games is something kids do naturally. A single iPhone game is not enough for gamification of learning, though, it still requires engagement – by parents, by teachers, and by other children.
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