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New Apps in Ubuntu Software Center

The past month brought a lot of new applications. Let’s take a look at a few of them.

And Yet it Moves

Run, jump, and turn the world upside down
Imagine the press of a button would tilt the world, turning walls into floors, slides into platforms, and stacks of rocks into dangerous hazards. And Yet It Moves is an award-winning physics-based platform game in which you rotate the game world at will to solve challenging puzzles. Navigate through a paper collage world created with colorful pieces of cardboard and set to distinctive music.
With three different environments and multiple game modes, And Yet It Moves is a platformer that will provide you with endless challenges. Turn your world upside-down with And Yet it Moves!


Everyone Dies!
Introversion Software presents DEFCON, a stunning multiplayer simulation of global thermonuclear war. Take on the role of a General hidden deep within an Underground bunker. Compete against the computer or online against your friends for total world domination. Start by launching battleships, subs and bombers in order to decimate your opponents defences. Scramble together your alliances but remember only one can stand victorious. Prepare your pre-emptive strike before one of your supposed allies gets the same idea. Choose the perfect moment to obliterate your opponents with an apocalyptic thermonuclear barrage, but get it wrong, and their devastating counter attack will bring you to your knees!
Its Global Thermonuclear War, and nobody wins. But maybe – just maybe – you can lose the least.


Stickman slaughter!
Long ago a computer scientist called Dr Sepulveda created a beautiful digital world existing entirely within a computer network of his own invention. This world was called Darwinia and it was inhabited by a peaceful, law-abiding digital life-form called the Darwinians. As the years wore on the Darwinians became ever more aggressive. They divided into factions, squabbling over Darwinia’s limited natural resources. Tribes began to roam the fractal voids hell bent on each other’s destruction, drunk on power and unswerving in the pursuit of world supremacy. Far and wide, they became known as the Multiwinians…. Welcome to Multiwinia: Survival of the Flattest – the ultimate retro-arcade multiplayer experience! Choose from a selection of six spectacular, action-packed game modes, set in one of the most beautiful game environs you will ever set eyes on.
Challenge your opponent to a game of stick-man slaughter, and watch digital-war unfold, as your Multiwinian army struggles to complete a chosen task faster and better than your rival’s. It’s fast, it’s furious, and only the flattest will survive!


Retro puzzle game!
MindLabyrinth is a game where you control an old mayan avatar and must solve puzzles to reach Patchamama’s hidden temple. The game is clearly a retro puzzling but it offers as a bonus a unique support for NeuroSky’s MindWave headset – if you own it – to read your brain signals and interpret them. With its retro graphics and old-school mechanisms the game will delight casual as well as old-school gamers. The game itself is linear. You progress through a series of 52 levels of increasing difficulty.
And if you own the Mindwave headset, you will have to actually use your brain to make stones move, gears work, etc…
The game will even ask you to achieve a meditative state to recover health.
So if you want to have casual brain fun (yeah… it sounds weird;) ) get the game and see for yourself.


Enter the world of particle physics!

The survival of the green charge is in your hands. The purple charges will destroy the green one when touched, so you’ll have to keep them away from each other. Behind the scenes are the laws of physics at work. Coulomb’s law predicts the movement of each particle, with some modifications for the sake of entertainment, of course. You can push around the green charge using the red charges to repel it and the blue charges attract it.

PDF Studio 7

Powerful, easy to use PDF tool!

PDF Studio is a powerful, easy to use PDF editor that provides a large number of functions on PDF documents at a fraction of the cost of Adobe® Acrobat®. PDF Studio maintains full compatibility with the PDF Standard.
With PDF Studio you can review and annotate documents, Scan-To-PDF, fill in and save PDF forms, secure documents with passwords and permissions, merge/split/assemble documents, and add bookmarks/watermarks/headers/footers. PDF Studio 7 is also integrated with Google Apps™ document services.


Kakuro number puzzle game!

Kakuro, the Japanese number puzzle game for one player. An excellent exercise for your brain! Includes an unlimited amount of puzzles available in various sizes ranging from 5×5 to 16×16.

Get your game on. Check out these and more titles in the Ubuntu Software Center.
John Pugh
Original article here.

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I am a linux user for over 10 years and Ubuntu linux is my only operating system. I originally made the jump from Windows to Ubuntu and open source back in early 2007 (using Ubuntu 6.10) for privacy and virus concerns.


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