Today's Notable Apps for you to peruse are: Tap Tap Metallica Revenge, Dark Nebula: Episode One, Coast Defense, and Bookworm.
Tap Tap Metallica Revenge – $4.99
For you metalheads out there, there is a Tap Tap Revenge with your name on it.
Tap Tap Metallica Revenge is the latest release by the Tap Tap Revenge Gurus for the iPhone. It has 10 Metallica songs: For Whom the Bell Tolls, Fuel, King Nothing, Sad But True, Some Kind of Monster, Enter Sandman, One, Seek & Destroy, All Nightmare Long and Master of Puppets.
Some of it's original features are an arcade mode in which you fight against the computer, a battle mode which allows you to battle your friends over a Bluetooth connection, and four boss tracks that are guaranteed to set your fingers flying.
Dark Nebula – Episode One – $0.99
According to the description on iTunes, "the best way to sum this game up is that it's like a labyrinth game but on steroids." That's how we like to look at it as well.
Instead of a flat wooden board with holes for the ball to fall through, Dark Nebula: Episode One has provided you with the challenge of maneuvering the ball through the levels while opening doors, avoiding traps, bouncing, slidine and not falling off the track.
And the trailer for the game looks phenomenal.
Coast Defense – $0.99
For you strategy nuts out there, we have Coast Defense. The goal: to "obtain special arms to defeat the enemy force's landing and keep your bunker safe."
This game is similar to Command and Conquer: Red Alert that was released earlier however the cost of the game is significantly lower ($0.99 vs. CC's $9.99).
According to reviews, people are extremely satisfied with this app: definitely great animation and graphics, realistic sound, and fantastic use of the iPhone's accelerometer to scroll the screen left and right.
Wanna see it in action? Here you go:
Bookworm – $2.99
To be honest, this is my favorite word game. Bookworm allows you to join Lex the Bookworm as you find words from the tiles in order to feed him. But watch out! As the game goes on, the shorter the word, you may find that your tiles are beginning to burn! If a burning tile reaches the floor of the library, the game is over.
Longer words give you other special tiles that give you twice, triple or even quadruple the score of the word you make containing it.
For word game fanatics, this is probably one of the best word games out there.