New Albany, OH 43054, USA
We are a software company incorporated in the State of OH. Our objective is to create useful web applications where people can engage in web-based social interactions. We would like to be known for fast and friendy customer service, clear and honest communications, excellent service, ease of use and respect for our user's time and trust. We would like to be known for applications which you can pick up in minutes and where training is not needed or is minimal. We are based at New Albany, OH which is a village in Franklin and Licking Counties in Ohio, just northeast of the state capital of Columbus. In 1970, New Albany was much smaller than it is today, only consisting of a small part of Plain Township which did not even touch Columbus. The first annual New Albany Founders' Day Celebration was held in 1976. Rapid growth in New Albany began in the 1990s, much due to the expansion of the Les Wexner clothing empire and Wexner's construction of his mansion (the largest in central Ohio) off Kitzmiller Road in the village. Notable companies headquartered in New Albany include Abercrombie & Fitch (part of the retail clothing empire built by New Albany resident Les Wexner) and Commercial Vehicle Group. Other employers in the village include Discover Financial Services, Aetna Life Insurance, American Electric Power, UBS, New Albany-Plain Local School District, and the Mount Carmel New Albany Surgical Hospital. The New Albany community has shown strong support for the performing arts. Located in the village are the New Albany Symphony Orchestra and the New Albany Ballet Company. Our current web and mobile applications are as follows.
The LandRush game is based on the historical Oklahoma Land Rush of 1889 that started at high noon on April 22, 1889 with an estimated 50,000 people lined up for their piece of the available two million acres in the unassigned lands that included several counties of the state. LandRush is a universal free App which can be downloaded once and played on the iPhone, iPod or iPad. It has 4 levels on the iPhone and iPod and 12 levels on the iPad. Each level has several parcels to be claimed. In the free version, a player can play against the system which plays intelligently and in a multi-player mode upto 4 players can play against each other. LandRush is a free app with additional options such as multi-player, Random Fill and three additional levels for the iPad enabled by a small one time purchase. Each level of the game has several parcels to be claimed. A parcel is claimed by the player marking the last unavailable side of the parcel during his or her turn. The objective of the game is to maximize the parcels captured for oneself while minimizing the parcels given away to the opposing players. Visit the LandRush page at this link or by clicking on the image.
Dittos is a game designed to help you test, experiment with and improve your memory. The human brain is more advanced than any machine or instrument ever built so improving our memory is not easy. Just as it takes effort to build physical fitness, so too does boosting your memory power and ability to recall at will the things you have studied. Dittos is designed to help you practice your abilities of recall and practice using mnemonics. Dittos uses numbers, alphabets and images for the same. Dittos is a free Universal App for the iPhone, iPod and iPad and can be downloaded from the Apple Store at this link or by clicking on the image.
Our website www.guesseroo.com is based on a board game concept which checks your intuition or sixth sense. It is inspired from the legend of Paul the Octopus of Oberhausen, Germany. During the year 2010 Paul became internationally famous for correctly predicting the winner of Germany's seven matches at the 2010 World Cup, as well as the final. During the divinations, Paul was presented with two boxes containing food in the form of a mussel, each box marked on the outside with the flag of a national football team in an upcoming match. Paul ate the mussel from the box with the flag of the winning team in four of Germany's six Euro 2008 matches, and in all seven of their matches in the 2010 World Cup. He correctly selected a win for Spain against the Netherlands in the World Cup final on 11 July by eating the mussel in the box with the Spanish flag on it. His predictions were 100% (8/8) correct for the 2010 World Cup and 86% (12/14) correct overall. The site also helps you pose a question to be answered by users with a high intuition level. For example, you can ask about your favorite football, baseball or basketball team winning its next game or about other events in your life. Guesseroo is also available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad on the iTunes App Store at this link .
Our website www.jhappi.com is about giving a virtual hug and saying thank you to someone as a gesture of appreciation for something. It could be a colleague at work who helped you out with an assignment, a salesgirl in the department store who helped you pick up a nice dress or shoe, your barber for a nice service or the friendly check out clerk at the grocery. A jhappi will make them feel appreciated, feel good about life and feel like providing the best service or help they can provide to others as well. You can send a short message along with the jhappi and attach an image of a flower or bouquet to add an extra touch of grace. The site is completely free and we hope to make the world a better place through the concept.