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Control six famous historical figures in hilarious battles with each other.
A fun and therapeutic bouncing ball simulation. You can interact with the balls by drawing lines for them to bounce off. A realistic physics engine...
The app you didnt know you couldnt live without is finally here!Bouncy is like a lava lamp, but without the lava (or the lamp). When first...
Chimpoo has tons of beach balls and you are invited to play along. Get the balls bouncing off his head and don't let any hit the ground. It will be...
Lovely Eye Candy that you can create from colored squares, images in your photo library or images from your camera. Allows you to edit the pictures...
Play an arcade platforming game.
Play and watch a ball as it bounces around your desktop.
A fun new slingshot platformer! Get all the cheese! Show Captain Cat who's boss!
Jump, aim, shoot!
Use your finger to control the direction of the ball.
We take a look at three of the newest small crossovers on the market. Which one reigns supreme: the off-road bomber, the utility maven or the invigorating corner carver?
Now kids can create personalized games using an iPad and a hackable computer in the shape of a bouncy ball.
Users will now be able to see those bouncy, jokey, looping animations on the social network's mobile and desktop platforms.
If your eyes are crossing from all the sights at CES, put on some of those comfortable new 3D glasses and take a look at some highlights from our second full day at the O.K. Gadget Corral.
Wrap your iPad or Kindle Fire in the loving arms of a colorful inflatable cube, hand it over to your raucous kids, and watch them toss it around the living room.
A petition is launched to have Fisher-Price's bouncy seat with built-in iPad attachment recalled. But why shouldn't we prepare our young for the future as early as possible?
Forget the bouncy house. Now there's the bouncy sidewalk, which debuted at a recent modern-art festival in Russia.
Nokia was so wrong. Apple can be colorful, as its new, bouncy iPod ad proves. But there's an odd proliferation of what look like Target logos.
WebGL isn't just for bouncy-marble demos anymore. Google Maps, a major site, now uses the 3D graphics technology after years of development.
Pokemon Diamond/Pearl ad bears an uncanny resemblance to Sony ad from several years ago