1. coldrg's Avatar
    Hit the Mouse is a traditional game which is now available for your iPhone.
    In a charmingly serene pasture, there are cozy cottage, soft breeze, and cloudes in sunny sky. There come a gang of field mice which dig cavities in the grassland and pop up to do more damages. Now hold a hammer to knock the mice away so that the pasture serenity is restored.
    The game has 50 levels of difficulty. In first levels, one beat of hammer is ok. As difficulty increases, mice protected with armor appears which require two beats to disappear. In return, you get bonus for getting rid of the protected mice.
    This game has beautiful pastoral scene and hammering mice avokes what we enjoyed in childhood in fields.


    Go to Itunes Hit the Mouse


    Features:
    * Idyllic picure
    * Running smoothly
    * 50 levels of difficulty
    * Saves your game and settings when you quit or take a call


    Go to Itunes Hit the Mouse








    Go to Itunes Hit the Mouse
    2009-09-23 04:14 AM
  2. digitaldream's Avatar
    Hit the Mouse is a traditional game which is now available for your iPhone.
    In a charmingly serene pasture, there are cozy cottage, soft breeze, and cloudes in sunny sky. There come a gang of field mice which dig cavities in the grassland and pop up to do more damages. Now hold a hammer to knock the mice away so that the pasture serenity is restored.
    The game has 50 levels of difficulty. In first levels, one beat of hammer is ok. As difficulty increases, mice protected with armor appears which require two beats to disappear. In return, you get bonus for getting rid of the protected mice.
    This game has beautiful pastoral scene and hammering mice avokes what we enjoyed in childhood in fields.


    Go to Itunes Hit the Mouse


    Features:
    * Idyllic picure
    * Running smoothly
    * 50 levels of difficulty
    * Saves your game and settings when you quit or take a call


    Go to Itunes Hit the Mouse








    Go to Itunes Hit the Mouse
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    The good: Apple iTunes 8 includes new features such as crowd-sourced Genius playlists and sidebar, an album art Grid view, and a new visualizer engine. Fan-fave features such as Cover Flow, support for gapless audio playback, and automatic album art retrieval are still in the mix; as is its link to the iTunes Store, which offers movies, games, music, podcasts, and mobile applications.

    The bad: iTunes 8 continues its unwelcome tradition of hogging RAM; the Genius sidebar feels slapped on when a full redesign would've been more than appreciated; the Genius features require an iTunes Store account; iTunes Store links can't be toggled away; support is still spotty for podcasts and album art retrieval; movies still have a resolution of only 640x480 and cannot be burned to a watchable DVD.

    The bottom line: Apple iTunes 8 is the industry standard for multimedia jukebox software and despite the need for a UI overhaul and some liposuction to remove the bloat, iTunes is a solid choice that most users will enjoy.
    2009-09-23 08:14 PM
  3. coldrg's Avatar
    digitaldream, what did you talk about?
    2009-09-26 02:49 AM
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