★★★★★“It’s been a while since we’ve seen gameplay this good.” Matt McDonnell, www.Famigo.com
★★★★★“I’ve honestly never played anything quite like it.” Rob Rich, www.148apps.com
Frog on Ice is a super cool, frog-slinging, side-scrolling adventure game!
Plop, a daring frog full of adventure, discovers his world’s been frozen by the Evil Ice Wizard and must get through five levels of ice-cold enemies to defeat this foe and transform his home back into a tropical paradise. Plop must use his sticky tongue to slide across the ice, grab onto icicles, and attack enemies, all while collecting coins and power-ups. Avoid falling into the freezing water and dodge attacks from the Ice Wizard’s henchmen, or Plop will face a cold, bitter end.
How to Play:
***Go through training on the home screen, and get 300 + coins to use in the game store, as well get extra practice with the unique controls. ***
Tap the screen where you want Plop to go. Break icy rocks to unlock coins and powerups. Hit the game store at any time (even during a boss battle) to replenish health and get power ups. Plop will slide as fast as you tap; for slower gameplay, tap slowly – there is no timer.
--Five complex levels with unique end bosses
--Playful characters with a touch of malevolence
--Collect coins, health, and power ups
--Use coins for in-game supplies
Power Ups Include:
--Goggles - Once equipped with a pair of goggles, Plop becomes atomic. Touch or Plop to release a destructive blast
--Golden Gloves - Put on this pair of gloves and coins will magnetically attract to Plop as he slides near them.
--Sneakers - Sporting a pair of sneakers gives Plop the ability to double jump his way out of slippery situations.
--Cape - Turn Plop in to a caped crusader. Hold down the jump button to fly.
Chill out with Frog on Ice – if you’re up for the challenge!
Frog on Ice is NOT RECOMMENDED for slower devices
Antibiotic is a great addictive fun game that will make your fingers hurt and your brain burn!
**** "What an awesome app - Editor's Pick from AppEggs.com" ****
Grill those bugs with high voltage emitted by your fingertip.
Slide your finger to connect at least 3 viruses and get bonus points for the longest chain.
But watch out, everything is in motion - based on real world physics.
Antibiotic is made for tablets, but works fine even on bigger phones like Galaxy SIII or even SII.
It features realistic physics and vivid graphics.
* 12 Fingers-Levels (4 free)
* 12 Brain-Levels (4 free)
* 1 Dojo-Level
* 4 Difficulties
* Beautiful HD - Graphics
Seven Frog is a fun pastime in which your goal is to prevent the frogs in the pond to eat butterflies. The frogs are sitting on the leaves spiteful fast-growing that the rise from the pond to the height they are flying butterflies. Your task is to defend the butterflies from the voracity of frogs with your slingshot. To prevent them from eating you have to hit the frogs by throwing pebbles. When the frogs are affected sinking in the pond and try a new lifts. To throw the stones with a sling must set the path best suited to hit them. To determine the path you have to drag the index with the stone setting angle and strength. A major difficulty levels, the leaves that hold frogs have increased even faster, making life more difficult for the nice butterflies.
- Examination instructions for each component from the NIH Stroke Scale
- Includes all four visual aids used for assessment of language, aphasia, and dysarthria
- Final score is calculated at the end, along with the score for each individual component
This app is meant to serve as a reference similar to the pocket stroke assessment cards issued to physicians, nurses, and students in neurology and/or the emergency department. It does not provide the proper training necessary to accurately perform the assessment, nor is it meant to replace official documentation/procedures required by any given medical facility.
*** Note regarding new permissions: the permission requests made by this version (read phone status, modify USB storage, test access to protected storage) are inherent to the AppInventor system that the app was created with (http://appinventor.mit.edu). They appeared after rebuilding the app and cannot be removed (until this can be rewritten using a real programming language, which is probably never). To the best of my knowledge, though these permissions are requested, they are NOT actually used by this app. ***