HeroCraft proudly represents an unique geographical quiz Travel Genius for PDA & Smartphones.
Do you like to learn new things? Do you dream of travelling all over the world and visiting the most interesting and beautiful places on our planet? Maybe you are just interested in geography? Or you think that know everything and can't be surprised?! Travel Genius fits the entire globe in your hand and tells you what you don't know about the world we inhabit.
This original quiz entirely devoted to geography and all that it involves. There are hundreds and hundreds of questions relating to continents and oceans, countries and peoples, famous personalities and the most significant inventions. They will be a hard nut to crack for even the brains of the most erudite people. Whatever question the topic is about – the answer will always be a place on the map. You can have fun and very usefully spend some time traveling together with the Travel Genius round the Earth's continents. Perhaps this is the game that will suggest you a travel route for your next vacation! In addition, this quiz is the most exciting way to determine your geographic IQ! You will not only learn your level of knowledge, but also be able to compare results with average gamers and skillful travelers. The most important achievements can be shown in the world records table.
The detailed information about the game, including screenshots, trailers and links for demo version are available on the HeroCraft PDA site - http://smart.herocraft.com/travel-genius.
(Source: Press Release
Five Gadget Which Were Killed by The Cellphone
Remember the PDA? Right back to the Psion Organizer in 1984 (above), the PDA has essentially been an electronic calendar, address book and notepad. And right back to the Psion, with its squishy, non-QWERTY keyboard, they've been harder to use than their paper equivalents.
Still, despite this, it took the cellphone to finally kill them off. The fatal shortcoming? The address book. Who on earth would take out their PDA, call up a contact and then tap the phone number into their phone? Nobody, which is why, as the calendaring functions of phones got better, the PDA was quietly retired. (Source: Charlie Sorrel, Wired Bog Network)
More miniature military mayhem as My Little Tank gets extra levels and new platforms!
Staffordshire, UK - November 18th 2008 - Astraware(R) - the Handmark(R) Games StudioTM is excited to announce that its highly acclaimed miniature tank game, My Little Tank, has been updated with new levels and is now available for three new platforms.
My Little Tank is a fun arcade blaster in which players can navigate through the original 60, and now 20 additional, action-packed, increasingly challenging levels as they shoot enemy tanks, defend their base, and destroy enemy radar stations and bases. Lovingly crafted miniature terrains include snow, swamp, plains, and deserts. The game also includes a range of power-ups to aid players in winning each mission.
The update for Palm OS(R) and Windows Mobile(R) adds support for newer devices and new resolutions. In addition, My Little Tank is being released for S60(R) and BlackBerry(R) smartphones for the first time. A version for iPhoneTM and iPod(R) touch is now available on the App Store.
The update is FREE for existing registered owners of the game, or players new to the game can purchase for just $9.95. There s also a special discount for Club Astraware members during November - just login to check it out!
For more information on My Little Tank visit: http://www.astraware.com/mlt. (Source: Press Release)
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