Mobile platform to enjoy sport events.
Soccer Center is a mobile platform that can provide real-time information about any sport event including minute by minute for every match, real-time stats, match schedule and also results. It also includes an entertainment module with trivias and a lottery.
The core application sections are:
Live: Real-time tournament related information. Minute by minute reports for every match. Fixture provides match schedules and results during the tournament . Stats section bring your customers different cup related statistics
Play: Sport Trivia section with Tournament related questions, defying your knowledge and promoting awareness through contests
Feel: Tournament realtime news and multimedia content (video, audio, photos, text, etc).
Win: Tournament lottery competition among all the players around the world through "gambling" about the prediction of match results.
The application is in the App Store with a customization for Soccer World Cup 2010 but can be adapted for any other event.
A constantly addictive mind challenge!
Rotate the asteroid rocks to match the given pattern and enjoy up to 60 levels and three game modes: Free Mode, Limited Time and limited moves.
Free Mode: best mode for training. Match the pattern without any restrictions or constraints
Limited Time: Test your speed and solving skills by matching the pattern in 30 seconds
Limited Moves: Learn to be efficient rather than only effective by solving the puzzle with limited movements constraints
A must to have for the puzzle maniac!
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This piece of entertainment won a Bronze Sun in FIAP Festival.
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Upon impact detection and immediate call/e-mail/sms is sent to the contact person or local transit authority with location information.
The user may also include personal health information including chronical diseases, that should not be overlooked when receiving healthcare when an accident occurs.