Anyone looking for a nice and easy puzzle game will have to give Triple Town a try. Great graphics, simple rules and lots of possibilities make this a nice pastime. The aim of this little game is to build the biggest town before you run out of space. The trick is to plan ahead the layout of the town and make sure to arrange the structures in order to reach the maximum upgradeable potential. But let’s start from the beginning.
Since no important website can live without a mobile app these days, Wikimedia Foundation just released their app for Wikipedia.org. Simple and clean, it offers a few extra options in addition to the mobile version of the website. So if you are looking for quick access to your favorite encyclopedia you might give this app a try. If not, you can always place a bookmark of Wikipedia.org on your home screen.
Fling a Thing is a cute game aimed for the younger (read children) audience. It’s a basic shooter that enables you to aim and throw a small creature that collects bubbles along the way. There are no complex upgrades or other economics involved. It’s just a simple game where you will have to reach a high score. So if you are a 12 year old riding the bus to school, this game might help you pass the time.
Another tower defense game is brought to us by Droidhen, the creators of Defender. Just like every tower defense game, it has the same basic concept but with different graphics, different upgrading tree and other minor adjustments. The game is well balanced having a progressive difficulty which will keep anyone alert and engaged. Overall it made quite an impression on us so be sure to continue reading.
Shoot the Apple is a puzzle game in which you will have to shoot alien puppets using a canon and eventually hit a smiling apple. The game has quite a childish feel, but if you can get pass that, you should have an enjoyable experience. The current version has 275 distinct levels which we found to be a moderate length. 25 Levels were added in the latest update since we started playing (from the original 250) so the developers seem to be supporting this application.
Digitally Imported (di.fm) is an established electronic and dance music Internet radio founded in 1999. The service is free (with advertisements) at an acceptable bitrate. A paid version starting at $4.99/month is also available which offers higher quality and no ads.
The DI Android app is a decent mobile version of the website; it offers all the radio stations available on the web and some great customization options such as choosing the bitrate to automatically adjust over Wi-Fi or 3G.
You may be familiar with the trial bike games around the web. MX Moto is part of this genre. The aim of the game is to correctly maneuver your bike (accelerate, brake, lean forward and back). in order to run a course and not fall over. The physics of the game are quite good and overall the game is simple and enjoyable. Over the traditional keyboard, the controls can be a little trickier to master, but once you get the hang of it it shouldn’t pose any problem.
Apparatus is a great physics puzzle game in which you must place certain blocks in whatever combination you wish in order to get some balls in their box. Although it has simple rules, Apparatus is quite a difficult game that will test your creativity. Each level has a unique configuration made by immutable blocks and a limited number of objects for you to play with.
Although the game has a 3D perspective, all the physics will stay inside a 2D environment so there is no chance the objects will fly out of the screen. Apart from the eye-candy effect, the 3 dimensional feeling has no other impacts on the gameplay.
Farm Frenzy is an economics game, where you manage a small farm with livestock and production facilities, all gathered neatly on a small smartphone screen. It’s easy to learn and also fun to watch your animals grow along with your money and score. Though the graphics are cartoonish and a little pixelated, the gameplay will keep you hooked and entertained for sure.