This week, Apple is bringing you a saving of $1.99 by naming “Shades: A Simple Puzzle Game” it’s latest App of the Week, allowing iPhone and iPad users to download it for free from the App Store.
Each week, Apple picks an app from the expansive App Store library and presents it to users free of cost as part of its App of the Week section in the “Featured” tab of the App Store.
The first time I tried None*, a new riddle game without images, sound, or animations, I had a lot of questions. None* is intentionally mysterious, with the game's description simply stating "nobody really knows what none* game is about." So, I jumped into the first level without any idea of what the goal of the game was, how many levels there were, or even how you're supposed to beat it.
You're on an island, completely alone, and it's a beautiful day.
There are structures all over the island that appear to be human-made. There are also puzzles everywhere, and they all employ the same solution mechanism: a single line, drawn by you, from a beginning point to an end point.
The game which players have waited for since 2009, will finally come to the PC and PS4 on January 25, 2016. The Witness is a puzzle-based game, developed and published by Jonathan Blow and Thekla, Inc., the developer behind the amazing 2008-puzzle title, Braid.
As part of the weekly promotion, Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS App Store has picked children’s game “Dr. Panda’s Restaurant 2” as its free "App of the Week". Apple picks one premium app or game from its App Store and allows users to download it for free on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to enjoy it for a week. This week’s pick will save users $3, which is the normal price of Dr. Panda’s Restaurant 2.
Have you played 'Threes!'? It's a really fun and educational puzzle game that forces players to manipulate a series of numbered tiles around a game board. The game was launched on February 7 and is currently sitting comfortably at No. 4 in the paid app stores.
ByGary Jakacky:With the need for baby boomers to supplement Social Security payments in their retirement years, the popularity of dividend investing has never been greater. Articles about "Dividend Aristocrats" are popular reading on Yahoo, Motley Fool, and of course here on Seeking Alpha.I thought I would write briefly about cash dividends: