This is Tapslide! It's the addicting indie brain-trainer you can learn in less than 30 seconds. Newly updated with unlockable squares and bonuses.
*** Play a Game of Symmetry ***
Tapslide is easy to pick up. Reflect the pattern, like a mirror, to complete the puzzle. Just tap the squares!
*** Grow your Spatial Ability ***
Can you visualize shapes in your mind's eye? Strong spatial skills can help you solve a number of everyday problems -- ranging from navigation, to attention to detail, to the fields of math and science. Practice with Tapslide. It's casual gameplay that stimulates the mind.
*** Grab it Today ***
Tapslide is free, so why not give it a try? If you like it, spread the word.
How it Works
Tap the gray squares to reflect the pattern. Slide the yellow slider before time runs out.
Simple and addicting! How strong are your spatial skills?
Soon we'll make updates with:
- More waves.
- Scores box.
- The menu with restart button and best score.
- Choosing the level design.
- New enemies and more detailed waves.
- Special enemies with some bonuses.
- Bosses with more HP and other type of the AI.
- Fourth secret egg.
- An opportunity to complete the game.
Many farts to choose from using a cool sliding menu
Real life looking fart gas coming from behind the fart buttons
Fun graphics to keep you busy while you are farting around
Over 15 various farts such as beer farts, grandma farts and other fat farts
Enjoy and Happy Farting!
This Blackjack app is designed for phones and tablets so Enjoy on any device. Enjoy the large playing cards and voice comments as you play. Feedback and comments welcome!
Blackjack, also known as Twenty-one, is the most widely played casino banking game in the world. Blackjack is a comparing card game between a player and dealer and played with one or more decks of 52 cards.
The player or players are dealt an initial two card hand and add the total of their cards. Face cards (Kings, Queens, and Jacks) are counted as ten points. The player and dealer can count his own Ace as 1 point or 11 points. All other cards are counted as the numeric value shown on the card. By virtue of this, approximately 31% of the cards in a deck are ten point cards. After receiving their initial two cards, players have the option of getting a "hit" (taking additional cards) to bring their total value of cards to 21 points, or as close as possible without exceeding 21 (called "busting"). The dealer will usually take hits when his two cards total less than 17 points. Players who do not bust and have a total higher than the dealer, win. The dealer will lose if he busts, or has a lesser hand than the player who has not busted. If the player and dealer have the same point total, this is called a "push" and the player typically doesn't win or lose money on that hand.