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3 Seriously Addictive iPhone & iPod Games!

No one can claim that things are going smooth around the world; with all the demonstrations, climate changes, unemployment problems and personal issues, each and every one of us has a full plate!

However, we simply can’t work, follow up with the new and/or worry all the time without unwinding every now and then.

Therefore, I invite you to try these 3 awesome – yet very addictive – iPhone & iPod games that will help you take some load off while having some harmless fun!

1. Fruit Ninja by HalfBrick:

Fruit Ninja Snapshot

Fruit Ninja Snapshot

Swipe your finger across the screen to deliciously slash and splatter fruit like a true ninja warrior. Be careful of bombs – they are explosive to touch and will put a swift end to your juicy adventure!

Not only is Fruit Ninja challenging, it also releases stress and brings you instant pleasure. But there is more:

Underheard in New York: Listening to the Homeless Tweet

There are thousands of homeless people around the world, with no one to listen to their voices, share with them their dreams or sooth their fears…. This is why the “Underheard in New York” initiative began.

Idea & Objectives:

Underheard in New York is an initiative to help homeless New Yorkers speak for themselves through Twitter. “In a time when communication is all around us, we felt it was necessary to give a voice to the people who needed it most. Between Jan. 2009 and Jan. 2010 the total number of unsheltered individuals within New York City rose an estimated 34%.

Four homeless people — Danny (@putodanny), Derrick (@awitness2011), Albert (@albert814) and Carlos (@jessie550) — were given their own prepaid cell phone, a month of unlimited text messaging and a Twitter account.

The 4 Tweeting Homeless Men

The 4 Tweeting Homeless Men

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Honda + Car Town Game = Awesome Social Gaming Campaign

We present to you a new flavor which comes in a combo form: a social media campaign which depends on a viral and spreadable application to attract its audience: Honda Takes Social Gaming for a Test Drive

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MindJolt Games — Apps Using Social Media Brilliantly!

MindJolt Games — Apps Using Social Media Brilliantly!

This series of articles on Thoughtpick – Apps Using SM Brilliantly – will be looking into examples of tricks and methods that online games & applications are using to make the most of social media. In other words, what is making those apps viral..

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Nike Football on Facebook — Using Social Media Brilliantly

Nike Football on Facebook — Using Social Media Brilliantly

Just Do It!

Sometimes users need the extra encouragement to press that "like" button on Facebook, sometimes they need that extra push and that's exactly what Nike did on their Nike Footballs Facebook Fanpage. Basically they offered exclusive content to their fans who click the "like" button, and encouraged and reminded those fans who didn't...

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12 World Cup Tweeps You #MustFollow

12 World Cup Tweeps You #MustFollow

Twitter's World Cup 2010 Africa Design

Twitter is certainly jumping on the World Cup bandwagon, they even added a new theme to celebrate the occasion. You can add it by going to Settings > Design, and choosing the “South Africa 2010″ theme. But Twitter will certainly be an important source of updates for the world cup to the extent that some teams like Spanish and...

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The Coolest World Cup Apps on Facebook

The Coolest World Cup Apps on Facebook

Support your team

The world cup is certainly an unparalleled event in the world of sports, or the entire world for that matter. FIFA expects that 30 billion viewers will be watching the World Cup this year, that's about 5 times more than the entire world population and certainly dwarfs the ratings of the of the Super Bowl. This is also the first...

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Spanish Football Players Banned from the Act of Tweeting!

Spanish Football Players Banned from the Act of Tweeting!

"There is unlikely to be a tweet out of the Spain players at the World Cup after coach Vicente del Bosque banned them from using social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook during the tournament". Reported form Reuters.

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