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• Shop all advertised specials from Sunflower Farmers Market from the convenience of your phone.
• Search over 50,000 recipes to find the perfect meal tonight.
• Build and sync shopping list between the website and mobile phone for easier shopping.
• Sunflower Farmers Market stores are located in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah USA.
All prices come directly from tcgplayer.com, so you can rest assured that you are getting the most reliable price information available.
If you are looking for a more full-featured app that allows you to save lists of cards and compare prices across various games like YuGiOh! and Magic, then please check out my other app, CCG Fair Trader. If you are just interested in a YuGiOh! version of this app, it exists! Check out YuGiOh! Quick Trader on the market.
Please feel free to email and questions or comments to email@example.com.
We currently support Magic the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh!, and Cardfight Vanguard. In addition to comparing values of cards from your favorite game, you can compare the values to cards from multiple games simultaneously!
The prices for the physical cards are provided by tcgplayer.com, which collects price information from dozens of online vendors and continually updates its statistics.
In addition to storing card lists for trades, you can store your favorite deck lists and keep track of that deck's value. Or build a dream deck to see what it would cost to build. Keep a list of cards that you are looking for when you head to a tournament and have all of their prices ready when you crack open someone's trade binder. Don't get ripped off on a trade ever again!
Now you can even upload and download card lists from/to your device. Chose a card list, upload it, then you get a six-character code. Anyone (you or your friends probably) can then use that code to download that card list. Make trades with friends remotely! Send your friend a deck list and see what he/she thinks! Easy-peasy! This is a feature of the full version only, but the lite version will let you check out the GUI to see what it's all about.
We have a message board on our website (www.littlepancake.com) ready to hear your feedback and ideas for improving the app. I'm a player too, so I want to have the most useful app possible for the gaming community. Send emails, post on our message board or shout from the rooftops any problems or feature requests!
As of 07 July 2014, Magic cards updated to include Conspiracy and M15. Enjoy!
You know that one bad trade could be WAY more costly than this app, so I hope you'll give it a try and feel safe in your Cardfight Vanguard trading!
This app does exactly one thing: look up your Planeswalker Points scorecard. If you have you play Magic the Gathering and have a DCI number, then you have a Planeswalker Points scorecard that you can view. It's pretty cool looking. I highly recommend looking at it often.
There is one other button in the app that will take you to one of my other apps, but that is it. Nothing else. Hope you give it a try and enjoy. Magic the Gathering is a pretty fun game... make it more fun by keeping track of your Planeswalker Points scorecard!
1. Will this app look up my Planeswalker Points scorecard?
2. Will this app do anything else?
The primary audience for this app is the app developer thinking of incorporating some aspect of linear programming into his/her app. Basically, this app demonstrates that it is indeed possible to build and call the GLPK functions from Java code and have those functions do the right thing. If you download this FREE app for any other purpose, please keep the above in mind when providing a rating.
There are going to be bugs in this app. Since the GLPK is open source and released under the GPLv3, I have released all of the source code for the app on Github. I'll provide a link to that repository soon. I encourage any interested developers to grab the source, squash bugs, improve the code, and contribute it back to the project.
Basically I did this for fun and didn't intend to build a profitable tool. It sat on my local machine for some time, so I decided to free it to the world (for better or worse).
In the first mode, you perfect your ability to think fast by trying to win, lose, or tie versus the computer's decision. If the computer shows you paper and tells you to win, you choose scissors. However if the computer shows you paper and tells you to lose, you must choose rock. It will take quick thinking and nerves of steel! You will be fighting against the clock and a tireless computer foe!
In the second mode, you play Roshambo against a growing sequence of computer throws. At first the computer shows you one throw, say rock. Then you choose paper to defeat him/her (my computer is a 'him', but I'm not sure what yours might be). Then the computer will show you rock again, but followed by, say, paper. Now you must choose paper and then scissors to defeat the computer's sequence. The sequence will continue to grow. How long can you maintain your concentration in this Roshambo version of the classic game of Simon?
The third game has you wagering highly valuable credits deciding if you can defeat the computer over nine throws. However, you have some inside information! You know that the computer will choose each throw (rock, paper, and scissors) exactly three times each, you just don't know exactly when. Bet your credits based on your faith in knowing the computer's next throw. The catch is, if you tie against the computer on a throw, you must at least DOUBLE your next bet! Yowzer! Bet carefully and amass the largest bank possible.
Who would have thought that roshambo could be taken to such insane levels! Well, this is no longer roshambo, this is Elite Roshambo!
This voice-activated knock-knock joke app is fun for all ages and includes 20 fully interactive jokes. Kids will love having the phone respond to their voice and they'll have fun wow-ing their friends with this app.
Feel free to try the lite version first. It's free and includes the first 6 jokes of the full version. If you like it, come on back and buy the full version! How can you pass up an offer like that?
Knock-knock. Who's there? Awesome. Awesome who? Awesome app that you'll love!
A couple of notes. The app is in American English and the jokes are clean and fun for the kids. There is a little delay before the microphone pops up for you to talk, but you'll get used to it. Check out the video below for a demo of what to expect. Make sure the volume is on (not just the ringer volume, but the app volume). The first time you launch the Google Voice Recognition, it might ask you a couple of questions, but after that, the app will run smoothly.
The app needs Internet connectivity for Google voice recognition and to check the license.
Please email me if you have any questions or concerns or if you want to tell me you love the app! firstname.lastname@example.org
The first mode will give completely wrong answers. The second mode provides a sarcastic comment instead of an answer. Oh, Miscalculationator, will you ever play nice? I hope not!
To enter or leave one of these stealth modes, just hit the 'times' or 'divide' buttons four times in a row ('times' puts you into 'sarcastic comment' mode, while 'divide' puts you in 'wrong answer' mode).
Put it in stealth mode when a friend needs a calculator! When he or she hands it back, take it out of stealth mode. Hilarity will ensue! Or your money back!
Check out the quick demo video to see this app in all its awesome glory.
Also, it's free! But I threw ads in there. A worthy trade-off, I'm sure you'll agree.