Ubisoft, which has had a minimal impact on the Apple App store so far (at least, if you don't include subsidary Gameloft) has released two new games and a cooking applicataion for iPhone and iPad owners to play around with.
The Big Bond Theory (see the pun there?) is a puzzle game where you need to "contain unstable atoms before they create havoc." It features 70 levels and an endless mode, for the lowest price possible on the App store - $US0.99. It's for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
Payuta and the Ice God HD is an App for children and is something of an interactive picture book, with 11 jigsaw puzzles and 3 mini games. It's at a more premium price point - $US4.99 and as the "HD" suggests, it's for iPad only.
My Cooking Coach HD is also an iPad App at $US4.99 and as the name suggests - is a virtual cookbook and help guide. The size of the iPad makes it a perfect device as a cooking companion (if you can handle flour and egg on the screen). Here you'll find recipies for Starters, Meals, Desserts and Others, and additional features including a calendar to plan recipes and a shopping list to help at the supermarket.
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