App Man: Latest Games Fit for All Ages
App Man Jared Hoffa is ahead of the curve and he joins Val and Ryan to chat about the latest, hottest games fit for all ages.
KARTRIDER RUSH -- This game is very popular in South Korea. Professional gamers play this and make as much as professional athletes here in the United States.
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MINECRAFT - Endlessly addictive open world game fit for all ages. Allows you to build and create ANYTHING to an infinite level with dozens of people. Like Lego times 1000!
DRAW SOMETHING FREE
The #1 Free App, #1 Paid App and #1 Word Game in over 80 countries!
It's the drawing version of words with friends.
Play the Free version of Draw Something, the most popular social drawing and guessing game in the App Store with over 100 millions drawings created! Experience for yourself the laugh-out loud game your friends are raving about!
FREE on Android / IPOD
For more on Draw Something Free and how to download, click here
KUNG-FU HIGH IMPACT
Kung-Fu High Impact is a full-body motion fighting game that uses Kinect to put the players' image inside the game, allowing them to fight enemies with actual kicks, punches and objects. The game has a wide range of game modes to discover, including a memorable story in the spirit of classic Kung-Fu films, compelling survival challenges and a wild multiplayer mode.
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FISHER-PRICE LAUGH & LEARN APPTIVITY CASE
The clear film protects device screen from dribbles and drool. Enable or disable the home button on the device to keep baby within the apps no unwanted outgoing calls! Added features like textured handles, rattle beads, high-quality mirror, and activities to explore help to stimulate baby's developing senses. 3 free downloadable Fisher-Price learning apps add to baby's fun (available at the iTunes store).
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JOYSTICK-IT IPAD ARCADE STICK from www.ThinkGeek.com
For more on the Joystick-It iPad Arcade Stick and ThinkGeek.com, click here