In a distant future, a machine-ruled city is in dire straits, and the only robot that can save everyone is Q-Bit, whom with the help and coordination of the Administrator must make his way past obstacles such as spikes and lasers to save the city! Q-Bitz is winner of the IEEE Gamesig "Most Educational Game" 2012. In Q-Bitz you play as both the Administrator and Q-Bit simultaneously to make your way past 63 puzzles of increasing difficulty. The city has very limited energy, so you must manage your energy to power blocks and get Q-Bit to the goal.
Use voice recognition or barcode scanning to look up live data on Amazon. This data includes the lowest used prices, the lowest new price, and sales rank. This is the perfect tool for Amazon buyers and sellers for finding the most up-to-date information quickly & effectively.
Translate text found the in the Legend of Zelda video games. Legend of Zelda Hylian Translator allows for bi-directional translation from English and/or Japanese to the various languages found within the Legend of Zelda video game series. The app includes support for Skyward Sword, Twilight Princess (both Gamecube and Wii versions), Link Between Worlds, as well as Ocarina of Time (also found in Majora's Mask), and Wind Waker (also found in a few other Zelda games).
Paper Blue is an Origami-Fish themed Horizontal-Bullet Hell game designed and developed by a team at UC Irvine for the IEEE GameSig 2013.
An RSS reader which learns what you read by using information gathering and pattern matching algorithms. Also implements Spritz reader so you can read your news as fast as possible.