We’ve only just launched, but we’ve already added 5 new apps to the Airspace Store. Our list of titles will keep growing as our developers create them – and we’ll keep you updated here. Covering games, productivity and art, the below apps made their debut in the store this week. You can download them now from the Airspace Store.
Fast Iron: Available for Mac and Windows, Fast Iron is a stylish quick-draw spaghetti western game. As the marshal of a small town on the frontier, you use finger guns to battle murderous outlaws, recalcitrant miners, debaucherous gamblers and more in your quest to bring law and order to the Wild West. Indie studio Massively Fun, based in Seattle, created Fast Iron specifically for Leap Motion.
Qubic: Navigate your little qube through a maze of oncoming obstacles in this challenging rhythmic game for Mac and Windows, created by Axenu Studios in Sweden. Steer by leaning your hand left or right and see how far you can take your qube. Every 20 seconds you level up and the game gets harder – see how long you can last.
New Productivity Apps
BetterTouchTool: A breakout hit on Airspace, Andreas Hegenberg’s BetterTouchTool is a free app for OS X that allows you to configure gestures to do nearly anything. You can set keyboard shortcuts and actions to match specific gestures, with options for specific applications and global gestures.
Photo Explorer for Facebook: Experience your photos and your friends’ photos in a way you never have before. With this free Windows app from Exteroceptive, you can fly through a landscape of friends and albums, as well as view, stretch, and like your favorite photos.
New Creativity Tool
Fantasia Painter: Edit your photos and create paintings with this simple and intuitive artistic tool, created for Windows by dat company. Take advantage of unique brushes that adapt to your painting style, speed, direction, and nearby colors.
Update 9/12/2014: The Airspace Store is now simply called the Leap Motion App Store.