Kingdom Rush Vengeance was released on November 21, 2018. The game follows the wizard Vez’nan as he embarks on a journey to get revenge on the King of Linrea, King Denas. Version 1 of the game includes over 50 achievements for players to complete. Below is a list of how to solve the Easter egg achievments, such as locating the T-800 or putting Borney to sleep. Please post your solutions in the comments. All achievements will be tested and added when confirmed.
One of the best features of Apple's iWork suite (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) is the ability to easily collaborate with friends and coworkers. Rather than simply sharing your documents for others to view or critique or go off on their own tangent with, collaborating allows all parties involved to edit the document, and everybody will see the edits. It is an incredibly useful feature whether you are working on a Keynote presentation with coworkers or simply sharing a spreadsheet among friends to keep track of expenses on a trip.
It was a lackluster week on the Apple App Store with mostly freemium titles being released. That doesn't mean there wasn't anything worth playing, just that there wasn't any title that stood out as the App of the Week. Here is a quick look at 5 games worth checking out during a slow week of releases.
Cure Hunters (Free) Side-scrolling, platform fans will want to check out Cure Hunters. A virus has infected most of earth's population and General "Vaccinez" has formed a squad of "Cure Hunters" to set out to find an antidote. You play as "Dr. Dellton" who has been ordered to clear an infected area. This roguelite platform title features simple onscreen controls with one button, fast-paced shooting. You can collect a variety of characters with unique guns as you blast fun looking pixel art aliens.
Yes, Angry Birds is still and thing and a VR version is coming to iOS this spring, according to TechCrunch. Angry Birds: Isle of Pigs has had a long path the iPhone originally launching for the Magic Leap One, then landing on Steam for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
The "out-of-office" reply is a commonly used automatic email reply that lets people know you will be away from your email for an amount of time, so they won't think you are ignoring them. Just about every email client has this tool, including one of the most popular - Gmail. Apple Mail and other email managers sometimes don't let you set up out-of-office responses. For Apple Mail you'd have to do it in a roundabout way, setting up rules on your desktop Mail app. It's a better idea to set it up at the source.