Spend the weekend recording and sharing your dreams with today’s leading Fresh iPhone App, Dream It. The app makes it easy to record your dreams and share them on Twitter and Facebook with other people. The app may help you relax this weekend, along with a couple of games to help you unwind as well: third-person two-stick shooter Dead City, which involves killing zombies, and Spellet, an innovative vocabulary game in which you spell words by bouncing a ball around each stage.
Dreamt It (iPhone, iPad) Free
Share your dreams with Dreamt It, an app designed to help you remember the dreams you have each night. When you set it up, Dreamt It prompts you with an alarm that’s added to your regular everyday wakeup call, reminding you to record the dreams you had during the night. It supports both text input and voice recording, since recording a dream often needs to take place fast before one forgets what happened the night before.
Dreamt It is designed so that its alerts take users directly into the app for saving their dreams, and you can set your alerts for whenever you want, although it’s best to set your alerts for when you’ll wake up. The app also makes it easy to share your dreams with friends and family, using the app’s built-in Facebook and Twitter support. Posting dreams on Dreamt It also lets you save them on the app’s boards.
Dead City (iPhone, iPad) $0.99
Zombie shooter Dead City mixes a number of interesting mechanics in its gameplay. At its heart, the app is a third-person shooter in which you run away from flocks of zombies as you shoot to keep them off you, using a number of weapons to take down pursuing zombies as they charge you. Players also get other opportunities as well, snagging fuel as well as new weapons, which lets you alternate between driving and shooting to take down as many zombies as possible.
You can access as many as five vehicles throughout the course of Dead City, which you can also upgrade significantly to make more powerful. You can also access more than 40 weapons and armors to make you a stronger zombie combatant throughout Dead City, and you can find and upgrade new weapons to make them more powerful.
Spellet by PuzzleSocial (iPhone, iPad) $0.99
It might seem simple, but spelling game Spellet is actually very difficult. In each level, your goal is to spell a word that’s shown to you at the top of the screen. In order to spell the word, you need to fire a ball at the each letter in the word and have the ball hit each letter in the right order. That means plotting the path of the ball from the blaster in the corner of the screen through each letter, to make sure you can solve each puzzle directly.
Later in the game, you’ll receive new items that allow you to affect how the balls bounce around puzzles with the rubber-band item. These can add to puzzles and change the way the ball moves through the course of the level. How accurately you can move the ball through each stage is key to winning throughout the 100 maps found within Spellet.