Fresh iPhone Apps for Dec. 28: intoxicheck, Easy Legs, I SPY Arcade: Match Attack, Kaptain Brawe

Dec 28, 2011
Games

Get ready for the busiest party weekend of the year this week with intoxicheck, today’s leading Fresh iPhone App. Since it’s never safe to drink and drive, the app helps you educate yourself to show you when you’ve had too much. It’s followed by quick workout app Easy Legs, which can help you get through […]

Get ready for the busiest party weekend of the year this week with intoxicheck, today’s leading Fresh iPhone App. Since it’s never safe to drink and drive, the app helps you educate yourself to show you when you’ve had too much. It’s followed by quick workout app Easy Legs, which can help you get through a leg workout in as little as five minutes. In games, the well-known children books I Spy have lent their puzzle prowess to I SPY Arcade: Match Attack, a children’s puzzle game. It’s followed by Kaptain Brawe: Brawe New World, a point-and-click adventure title with lots of puzzles.

intoxicheck (iPhone, iPad) $0.99

With New Year’s Eve coming up, partygoers might want to have a way to help determine whether they should get behind the wheel at the end of the night (or morning). Intoxicheck can help out with that by educating you of just how impaired you can get by putting you through a series of tests – not unlike what you might get from the police.

Intoxicheck is meant to help people realize how easy it is to become impaired. It uses a series of tests to help extrapolate how delayed your reactions might be, for example. It’s not guaranteed to tell you how drunk you are, or to make it okay for you to drive after drinking (because you shouldn’t), but it can teach you a little something about alcohol affects you.

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Easy Legs (iPhone, iPad) $0.99

Workout app Easy Legs is all about getting in a quick workout whenever you have time. Filled with leg-toning exercises, Easy Legs lets you capitalize on a free five minutes or a more intensive 15-minute workout, divided into easy, intermediate or advanced workouts.

Easy Legs includes more than 60 leg exercises, 30 of which are bodyweight exercises that allow you to work out just about anywhere. The app also lets you play your music along with your workout, syncing it to the beat of your exercises, and provides an “interactive personal trainer” to help you along.

I SPY Arcade: Match Attack (iPhone, iPad) $2.99

Based on the popular books, I Spy Arcade mixes the spirit of the books – finding objects and figuring out clues – with arcade action. In each of the game’s levels, you’ll have to match objects together by shooting an object from one side of the screen to the other. You want your object to hit the one it matches to clear both. The faster you clear the screen, the higher your score in each level.

It’s the clues in I Spy Arcade that make it interesting. In early levels, you might be matching oranges to oranges and apples to apples. In another, you’ll match objects whose names rhyme, or put pieces of matching sports equipment together, and more. It’s a great game for players of multiple age groups and features 65 levels of arcade puzzle action.

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Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World (iPhone, iPad) Free (with in-app purchase of $4.99)

Embark on an adventure with the space police in Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World. The point-and-click adventure titles will have you solving puzzles by finding objects hidden in the game’s environments, mixing them together in creative ways, and attempting to use them to move your way through the game’s story.

Kaptain Brawe includes two difficulty levels, around 40 locations to play through and plenty of story to enjoy. You won’t get the whole game for free, however. After a certain point, you’ll need to pay for a $4.99 in-app purchase in order to keep going. The good news is, Kaptain Brawe allows you to try before you buy.

 

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Phil Hornshaw is a freelance writer, editor and author living in Los Angeles, dividing his time between playing video games, playing video games on his cell phone, and writing about playing video games. He’s also the co-author of So You Created a Wormhole: The Time Traveler’s Guide to Time Travel, which attempts to mix time travel pop culture with some semblance of science, as well as tips on the appropriate means of riding dinosaurs. Check out his profile.

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