Today’s Apps Gone Free: Xenowerk, Pool Break, Noti:Do and More

Battle a mutant infestation, play variations of pool, and log tasks within the lock screen with today’s collection of apps and games.

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Pool Break 3D Billiards 8 Ball, 9 Ball, Snooker ($1.99 → Free, 24.8 MB): Play different variations of pool in Pool Break 3D. Gamers who prefer the thrill of competition.

You’ll find countless ways to play in Pool Break 3D. It includes almost two dozen games including 8-Ball, Snooker, Carrom, and Crokinole. You’re able to compete locally against an AI opponent, via pass and play, or online. Everyone from novices to seasoned professionals will be able to enjoy the gameplay thanks to four difficulty settings. The accurate physics ensure fair competition.

Pool Break 3D Billiards 8 Ball, 9 Ball, Snooker is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 825 ratings.

Xenowerk ($0.99 → Free, 158.3 MB): Battle a mutant infestation in an underground science lab in Xenowerk. Fans of action games.

Xenowerk is loaded with non-stop action. It’s a top-down dual stick shooter where you play as the last hope against a mutant infestation. Use your flashlight to light up the darkness, and take down anything that moves on your way through the 70 gorgeously rendered levels. The game also includes upgradeable weapons, iCloud support, and MFi support.

Xenowerk is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1101 ratings.

Noti:Do with Reminders ($1.99 → Free, 14.9 MB): Log all of the tasks you need to complete for the day within the lock screen with Noti:Do. Those who are always in a hurry.

Noti:Do is all about speed. The moment you launch Noti:Do you’ll be brought to the task creation area. Enter any text you’d like and tap the “+” button right above the keyboard. An entry will instantly appear within the lock screen, ensuring you won’t forget to complete your task. You’re able to continuously add tasks until you’ve covered all of your bases for the day. You can also add tasks through Noti:Do’s lock screen widget. Tasks within the lock screen can be marked as complete with a swipe. The app also includes icon badging, the ability to adjust the number of tasks shown in the Today view (via the Settings app), the ability to edit your list, and the ability to view completed tasks.

Noti:Do with Reminders is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 152 ratings.

Blox 3D ($2.99 → Free, 182.7 MB): Unlock your creative side by building 3-D models with this entertainment app. Both children and adults.

Blox 3D’s intuitive control scheme allows anyone to create. You start off with a single block, and you can build from there by tapping and pulling to create new blocks. Make sure to create your base and move upwards first, otherwise it can be difficult to navigate the blocks. The blocks can be rotated with a swipe and zoomed in on with a pinch. Double tap to delete any blocks you’ve created. Your creations can be played out within the app or saved to your photo library.

Blox 3D is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 16 ratings.

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