This week, we hit the 100-app milestone with 4 new Windows titles in the Airspace Store. With the apps in today’s blog post, you can master the art of catching flies and building towers, or take control of your PC by gesturing or simply pointing.
Skyward: In this free game from Insollo Entertainment, you’ve been captured and imprisoned by an evil secret agency. To escape your subterranean prison, you must control a crane to build the highest tower ever.
Mr. Miagui: Earn your black belt with this classic test of martial arts dexterity from Eurisko Gaming. Catch flies with chopsticks, but be careful not to catch any butterflies.
Pointable: Ideal for fast, simple OS interaction, this free app from Pointable Lab lets you control your computer simply by pointing, rather than with gestures. Give it a try and point at objects on your desk, shortcuts on your screen and more to access a wide range of customizable actions.
AeroTouch: Easily configure gestures to perform a variety of actions with this new app from door2windows. You can hold objects, draw circles, swipe, and tap to control your mouse, access keyboard shortcuts, and more.
Update 9/12/2014: The Airspace Store is now simply called the Leap Motion App Store.