From The Makers of Angry Birds – Amazing Alex: Rovio, the company responsible for the exceptionally popular Angry Birds game, has come out with a new game called Amazing Alex. The game has users move wooden planks and card board boxes around the screen to get tennis and soccer balls to move the right way and wind up in the basket they are suppose to go in. The first ten levels or so are relatively easy and feature on screen clues but above level ten you have to be a bit more creative and ingenious and think of ways to get the tennis and soccer balls to bounce the right way to go into the basket if you want to advance to the next level.
Here’s a link to a Wall Street Journal tech article, titled Angry Birds Company Rovio Launches Amazing Alex Game, on the subject:
More Seniors Online Than Ever Before: NPR offers a cool article, titled New Online Users Have A Longer Timeline, that discuses the fact that today, and for the first time, more than half of the people in the U.S. over the age of 65 are now Internet users. And most of those people too are Facebook users.
Here’s a link to the article and its accompanying audio podcast:
Apple App Store Adds Food & Drink Category: Apple has introduced a new Food & Drink Category to its app store. So now cooks, those who entertain and all the rest of us too can access apps that just relate to food and drink. So if you’re planning a party, hosting a family meal or even just looking for new dishes to fix your family – you may want to check it out!
CNET offers a very brief article on the subject, simply titled Apple Adds Food And Drink Section To App Store.
Here’s the link:
Have a great weekend everyone!
P.S. If you’re looking for cool and fun entertainment this evening join us for the Float and Flick Night! This event, which is being co-hosted by the Library and Corning’s own Parks & Recreation Department, is being held at the Denison Park Pool and will offer kids the option of swimming and watching a movie! The movie is the Adventures of TinTin. The event starts at 6:30 PM and snacks will be available for purchase. And please feel free to call the Library if you have any questions about the program. You can reach the Children’s Department at: 607-936-3713 ext. 503