Sabotage the classic game from the past is now on WebOS. You’re the lone gunman on the front and a constant barrage of helicopters and paratroopers harass you. Try your best to fight off wave after wave of paratroopers as the attacks get more relentless. Shoot them as they jump out to attack you by hitting them directly or taking out their parachutes. If you shoot the parachute they fall and crush all underneath. If they land they become saboteurs waiting for their chance to take out your turret. If four saboteurs land on either side of you they blow up your turret. Occasionally one tries to land right on top of you. Better take him out first because he can take you out immediately. Sabotage features high-speed arcade game play that starts off easy, but progressively gets more difficult to the point of being overwhelming. You can use the standard tilt or touch screen controls to determine where you’re shooting. Hold down the spacebar for automatic fire but watch your points. Press the space bar for precision shots
We present a new twist of the classic Cryptogram word puzzle, the T9 Cryptogram! Many of us have grown up using the T9 method of entering text in our mobile phones. Using the number pad, you can select from among 3 or 4 letters for each number. Someone who is proficient at this can think of the words they need using only these numbers. We are putting you to the test! T9 Cryptogram uses the same number and letter combinations that you’re so familiar with. Using these combinations we put up real quotes for you to decrypt. There are levels from easy to hard and more than 100 quotes from short to long, witty, funny, relevant and real for you to solve. This fast paced cryptogram game is not only fun but you also learn and retain these great quotes. You will see the quote on the screen using these numbers only and you have to figure it out using the letters just as if you were texting. Based on your level, you can check that you entered the right quote letter per letter or when you’re done with the entire quote. The quotes do not repeat and you can go through them in any order you want using simple WebOS gestures to flick through them.