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I have an iTouch. And it doesn't have any apps in it apart from the default apps (YouTube, Safari, etc.). My mom bought an app guide for me as a souvenir while she was in the US. I really don't know which app I should pick from there (since there are so many of them). So, any suggestions for really good/cool iTouch apps?
(requested by Jabberwocky)
The Calculator doesn't look very strong, but its effect makes up for it. Its ATK is equal to the total levels of all the monsters you have x300. Since Calculator counts its own levels too, it will have 600 ATK to start off with. As you summon more monsters, it gets even stronger.
-The Calculator is a good addition to the Rise of the Dragon Lords Structure Deck because of the high levelled monsters used in there.
-The Fortune Ladies
As stated in [URL="http://bmgf.bulbagarden.net/blog.php?b=16280"]this blog,[/URL] I brought my PokeWalker to school for a week just to see the average amount of steps I take during a school day. Here are the results:
Monday: 2892 steps
Tuesday: 4510 steps
Wednesday: 4246 steps
Thursday: 2904 steps
Friday: 2988 steps
Average steps a week (roughly): 3508 steps
My hypothesis stated in the blog I mentioned was pretty much correct.
Updated 20th August 2010 at 10:14 AM by PlatinumDude
Has anyone tried this game or at least heard of it? For anyone who doesn't know what it is: it's a game when you fight off zombies with artillery-based plants. (and the graphics are cartoonish) It's an iTouch app, as well as a PC game.
P.S.: I'm not trying to advertise this game; I just want to see if anyone's heard of it.
As the title says, I brought my PokeWalker to school today (I'm in study hall class now). The reason why I'm doing this is because the school I go to is really big, and I want to see the average amount of steps that I make during one school day over 5 days. My hypothesis is that I'll make 3000-5000 steps a day while I'm in school, but I could be wrong.
The only risk is, that I can't let my teachers see the PokeWalker, so I have to keep it hidden (clipped on to my belt, underneath