Three for Free: CrazyControl 2, Skillz for iPad and Recipes Genius

Ready for more freebies? Here are today’s featured 3 “Apps Gone Free”:

CrazyControl 2 CrazyControl 2 – A side scroller that lives up to its name. Controlling 2 characters at once, the screen is split top-bottom and you must jump, slide, defend and fight your way through 60 levels of mayhem. As if that wasn’t challenging enough, the difficulty ramps up gradually – by the final stage, you’ll be controlling 6 simultaneously. The iPad Version is also free for a limited time.

Skillz for iPad Skillz for iPad – A great musical rhythm game that plays like Guitar Hero, Skillz for iPad lets you put your DJ skills to the test. Using dual turntables, you mix and scratch through 20+ remixes of dance tracks from world-renowned artists, including Diplo, Kid Cudii and others. If you have an iPad and enjoy rhythm games, this is one you don’t want to miss (Skillz is normally $5.99). Check out the trailer here.

Recipes Genius Recipes Genius – Impress your better half with Recipes Genius, now free until Dec 5th (was $4.99). The app  includes 485 recipes with step-by-step instructions, 3,500+ hi-res images, info on calories per person and time required to prepare, ingredients/shopping lists and more. If you enjoy cooking (or want to learn some new recipes), you can’t go wrong with this freebie offer.

These Freebies won’t last long, so be sure to grab ‘em pronto!

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10 New App Store Games To Watch [Jan. 17 – 23]

The big players are still pretty quiet right now, but there was plenty of indie muscle showing last week.  Turn based strategy game fans can find lots of action in The Pantheon Cycle:  Shrouded Aspect, the first in a planned series of games.  If you missed it on the iPhone, one of the coolest zombie games and most amusing soccer themed games has made it to the iPad in the form of Pro Zombie Soccer Apocalypse Edition.  For gamebook adventure fans there’s a fresh take on the genre thanks to Fabled Lands HD.  Finally, if you’re looking for a quirky adventure game that’s heavy on puzzles, check out Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders and Product Placement.  If nothing else, it’s got a great name.

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