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CatchFlake

An iPhone game you play with your tongue

CatchFlake is a game, which you control with your finger and your tongue.

CatchFlake connects the classic type of control via your fingers with the use of your face to control the game.

8 Alternatives to CatchFlake

Control your iOS device using your eyes

Hawkeye Access lets you control your iOS device using your eyes. Browse any website, hands-free, all through eye movements. For people with motor impairments, this makes browsing the web much easier!

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Uncrate
People with motor impairments may not have the easiest time controlling their phones with their fingers, and lord knows Siri can't do everything. Hawkeye Access is a new ARKit-based app that lets you control things using nothing but your eyes....
VentureBeat
Hawkeye Labs is launching a new app, Access by Hawkeye Labs, that can let anyone control their iPhone or iPad using just their eyes. It is aimed at people who may have limited mobility or be unable to control devices with their hands.
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Watch funny videos while trying not to smile 😂

Try Not To Smile is a fun app where you try watching funny videos without laughing or smiling.

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App Store
Learn about collection Roland Horváth featuring Try Not to Smile, Toiler, Show Me! (Mutasd!), and many more on App Store. Enjoy these apps on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Idownloadblog
This week's edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features an app that tries to make you smile, an app that tries to make you healthier, and an app for Twitter threads. And as always, we've selected two great new games for you to check out.
Allmyfaves
Try Not To Smile is an app that challenges you not to smile.
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A completely remastered version of the classic game

Rolando was one of the first flagship iOS game - now with remastered version!

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Macrumors
Back in 2008, we wrote about Rolando, a platform-style puzzle game that was one of the first games back when the iPhone and the App Store were both new. At the time, our sister site TouchArcade said it was among "the best games the App Store has to offer."
The Verge
The early days of the iOS App Store was a Wild West of content, but one of the biggest and best games around back then was , a puzzle platformer that was specifically built around the iPhone's (still novel at the time) touchscreen and accelerometer technology.
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