Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Helium Boy: Today's Free App, and Our Book of the Day: The Grail Conspiracy

Get your day off to a great start with today's free app and book of the day. At the moment, we're already dreaming of everybody waking up to find a Kindle Fire waiting for them. There are some great days for the device ahead!

Today's addition to the 25 Days of Free Holiday Music is something a little more contemporary, A Change at Christmas by the Flaming Lips.

A reminder that you can still get yesterday's 10 cent apps for their discounted price until about noon. This includes Where's My Water?, a great game that you shouldn't miss out on.

Name: Helium Boy
Rating: 3.8 stars over 29 reviews
Price: 0.00
Description: Helium Boy is a playful 3D platform adventure game that will have you soaring high above diverse landscapes on your quest to collect bright yellow stars. If you've ever wanted to fly, now you can with this gorgeous app.


Grab a few balloons, tap the Jump button, and you're on your way, flying above houses and trees, over water, and across chasms. Be careful to time your moves correctly or you'll fall to your death. Watch out for birds, ninjas, and other spiked things that will burst your balloons or otherwise get you killed.
Get your free copy of Helium Boy!


Today's book of the day is a very enticing thriller/myster, which you can get now for $14.00 off! Take a look!

Title: The Grail Conspiracy
Rating: 3.8 over 34 reviews
Price: $14.99 0.99
Description:  On assignment in the Middle East, television journalist Cotten Stone stumbles upon an archeological dig that uncovers the world's most-sought-after religious relic: the Holy Grail. With his last dying breath, Dr. Gabriel Archer gives it to Cotten, uttering "You are the only one" in a language she's heard from only one other person--her deceased twin sister. 

What begins as a hot news story for the ambitious young reporter soon turns into a nightmare when the Holy Grail is stolen and strange "accidents" befall her dearest friends. Running for her life, she turns to John Tyler, a priest with firsthand knowledge of religious artifacts, for help. An anonymous source leads them to New Orleans during Mardi Gras, where an abominable experiment is underway that--unless destroyed--promises to unleash an ancient evil upon the Earth. 
Get The Grail Conspiracy!

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