What are the best Android games without in-app purchases/paywalls?

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Why did you vote for World of Goo?

World of Goo is a physics-based puzzle game that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases. The goal of the game is to build structures from balls of...

Beautiful visual style

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World of Goo is pleasing to look at. Most of the time it's very colorful and joyful, but it changes from time to time to reflect different parts...

Sound can't be turned off in-game

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World of Goo sadly does not have an option to turn off in game music.

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Why did you vote for Pixel Dungeon?

Pixel Dungeon is a traditional roguelike that is completely free, with pixel-art graphics and simple interface. The gameplay revolves around explori...

Free and open source

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No advertisements, no in-game store and available for free with code available on GitHub.

Pixel Dungeon is hard

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Pixel Dungeons difficulty can be a turn off for some players.

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Why did you vote for The Room?

The Room is a puzzle game that costs $0.99 and has zero in app purchases. It is one of those "figure out how to escape" games, but really w...

Great atmosphere

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Due to an excellent choice of music and incremental telling of a dark story, the game creates a nice bit of tension and a creepy vibe in an otherwise...

Ends abruptly

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The Room is relatively short. Experienced players will be able to beat it in less than two hours. And it ends abruptly. Luckily there is a sequel.

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Why did you vote for Super Hexagon?

Super Hexagon is a minimalistic action game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases where you control a small triangle and try and avoid crash...

Addictive, challenging gameplay

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You will die. A lot. And that is the point. The game is challenging, but fair. It is as much about memorization as it is about precision of movement.

Can cause nausea

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The fast spinning graphics could cause some people a bit of nausea.

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Why did you vote for Osmos HD?

Osmos HD is a physics based puzzler that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Great ambient soundtrack

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This award-winning hypnotic ambient soundtrack will make you forget about your surroundings and completely engross you.

Somewhat short

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Games content can be beaten in about an hour.

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Why did you vote for Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery?

Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery is a point and click beautiful puzzle game that costs $4.99 but has zero in app urchases that focus on atmosphere...

Excellent atmosphere

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A detailed aesthetic, a great score and an intriguing narrative together create a world that engrosses you from the very beginning.

Subpar gameplay

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The gameplay often times feels convoluted or just too high concept.

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Why did you vote for Eufloria HD ?

Eufloria HD is a minimal real time strategy game that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Calm and minimalistic

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The game has a minimalistic approach towards audio design, visual representation and gameplay mechanics, creating a calm, zen-like state while playin...

Lots of waiting around

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Many portions of the game require waiting for events to unfold, even with the inclusion of a fast forward button there will be a lot of waiting.

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Why did you vote for Terraria?

Terraria is a 2D platformer Minecraft like game that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Allows for great freedom of expression

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The game has all kinds of tools and materials that you can acquire and use to build whatever you can imagine.

Cloud saving is broken

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Currently cloud saving is broken so that means you can build your world but it sits in your phone. You cannot back it up, you cannot sync it with oth...

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Why did you vote for GTA San Andreas?

GTA San Andreas is a 3D open world action adventure that costs $6.99 and has zero in app purchases.The mobile version of the Rockstar classic has eve...

Hours of gameplay

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It takes days just to finish the story missions, not to mention side missions, one-off encounters and just plain goofing off.

The control scheme does not translate well to touch interfaces

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For a game that was originally designed to be played with 14 physical buttons it can be difficult to translate that to a touch screen interface. Sad...

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Why did you vote for Game Dev Story?

Game Dev Story is an economics based game that costs $2.50 and has zero in app purchases where the goal is to manage a video game start-up beginning...

Very engaging due to quick progression and frequent events

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Contracts are measured in weeks and development cycles in months, but time passes at the rate of one day per second. Though the core gameplay involv...

It's very hard to fail

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Your employees' salaries are waived the first year ("government subsidy") and you can go into the red to pay them after that. You can&#...

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Why did you vote for Frozen Synapse?

Frozen Synapse is a turn based tactical shooter that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Great tactical depth

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Frozen Synapse has deep tactical possibilities. You have to take into account your environment (there's even destructible terrain), strengths and...

Story is forgettable

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The story in Frozen Synapse is generic sci-fi.

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Why did you vote for Fiz : Brewery Management Game?

Fiz : Brewery Management Game is a management game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Variety

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To break up the monotony of constant stale management of business there are challenges and events that happen, usually in the form of a goal that you...

Not a lot of variety in visuals or music

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The 2D sprite graphics are a little generic just as the music.

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Why did you vote for Little Inferno?

Little Inferno is a beautiful puzzle game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases

Wordplay based puzzles

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Certain items may have odd properties or work together with other items to create unexpected results. A list of combinations, where the only hint is...

Short

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Little Inferno is a short game.

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Why did you vote for 10000000?

10000000 is a puzzle role playing game that costs $2.89 and has zero in app purchases.

Mixed match-3 & RPG elements

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The gameplay mostly consists of typical tile matching, but is supplemented with items that you can acquire and stats you can upgrade.

Main adventure is short

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On average the game can be completed in about 5 hours and while there's an Endless mode the lack of true progression in it is a strong deterrent.

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Why did you vote for Devil's Attorney?

Devil's Attorney is a turn-based strategy game that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases. It is set in the 80's where you play as Max Mc...

Great sense of humor

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Both the comedic writing and delivery are top notch. Not only that, the gameplay elements reinforce the absurdity of the presentation - "Credibi...

Short

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Devil's Attorney is a pretty short game.

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Why did you vote for Ingress?

A revolutionary augmented reality game from Google that is truly free to play as there is no upfront cost or in app purchases.

Real-world gameplay

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It's an augmented reality game, so you have to move around the real world to progress in the game, with all that it entails - weather, time of da...

Congested areas dominated

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It's an extremely fun concept, walking around and building up affinity with local nodes to you. However, the fun comes to an abrupt stop when a w...

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Why did you vote for Battleheart?

Battleheart is an action strategy role playing game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Perfectly balanced

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You will never feel too under or over-powered, you'll have to work for every victory.

Android support dropped

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Battleheart's developer has stated that Android support has been dropped going forward as the system is "unsustainable".

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Why did you vote for Star Command?

Star Command is a space simulation management game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Beautiful pixel-art

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A detailed, colorful and varied aesthetic throughout the game. Ships, menus, and cutscenes are all beautifully made.

Incomplete game

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The developers themselves have said that the game is about 30% of what they envisioned.

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Why did you vote for Rebuild?

Rebuild is a strategy game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Well balanced

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Gameplay consists mostly of managing people, their skills, resources, tools and property. It has enough depth and good balance to present a challeng...

Can get easier the further in the game one gets

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Rebuild tends to get easier the more farmland one obtains.

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Why did you vote for Chaos Rings II?

Chaos Rings II is a Japanese role playing game that costs $15.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Varied, beautiful world

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A variety in locations visited and enemies met, that all are beautifully designed, gives the game a world that feels alive.

High price

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While Chaos Rings II is a premium game the price of $15.99 is a bit high for a mobile game. But understandable since it's quite beautifully craft...

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Why did you vote for Minecraft - Pocket Edition?

Minecraft - Pocket Edition is a open world survival game that costs $6.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Local multiplayer

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Minecraft can be played with other people locally over Wi-Fi.

Not as deep as other versions

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Minecraft - Pocket Edition does not have as much content as other versions due to it's limited size and resources.

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Why did you vote for Delver?

Delver is a first person view roguelike that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Great atmosphere

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Delver has a simplistic, blocky, yet colorful and friendly aesthetic combined with inviting music and detailed sound design.

Loot description hidden underneath finger

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Loot that is picked up in game has a description box that gets hidden underneath the players finger, making it difficult to tell what was just picked...

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Why did you vote for The Cave?

The Cave is a 2D adventure platformer that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Humorous narrator

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The main character of the game is The Cave itself. The Cave has a tendency for ironic, deep-voiced remarks regarding his new inhabitants, their past...

There is lag and stutter on some devices

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On lower end devices there may be significant lag and dropped frames.

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Why did you vote for Bean's Quest?

Bean's Quest is a fun platformer for mobile that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Lots of replayability

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Bean's Quest has things to find, challenges based on complexity and the amount of times you've jumped in each level. Trying to hit everything...

Bean's Quest is short

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The length of the game is a bit short.

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Why did you vote for Plasma in Engineering?

Plasma in Engineering is an endless runner game that costs $0.99 and has zero in app purchases.

No pros added yet

No cons added yet

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Why did you vote for Another World?

Another World is an adventure game that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Controller support

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Another World features controller support for MOGA devices as well as the Xperia Play.

Some issues with the control scheme

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Touch controls for movements such as jump can be hard to pull off as the swipe gesture needs to be very exact.

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Why did you vote for Spirits?

Spirits is a beautiful puzzle game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Great atmosphere

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Dream-like art direction with hand-drawn characters and levels, and excellent sound design.

Slow moving gameplay

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Spirits is mean to be a slow relaxing game though some people may not enjoy the slowness of the title.

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Why did you vote for Doom & Destiny?

Doom & Destiny is an award-winning indie JRPG for XBox and Mobile that costs $3.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Great storytelling

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Doom & Destiny is very well written. Full of references, humorous dialogue and excellent satire of RPGs.

Translation errors

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With a game that's heavily focused on storytelling grammatical errors are quite noticeable.

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Why did you vote for Anomaly 2?

Anomaly 2 is a tower offense game that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Online "tower offense vs tower defense" multiplayer is really fun

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One player sets up defenses, and the other tries to break them. Really fun multiplayer dynamic to play with friends.

Large file size

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At 1.5 gigs Anomaly 2 is a large game that can take a while to download and install.

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Why did you vote for Sonic the Hedgehog 2?

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a 2D platformer for android that is a completely rebuilt release for Android and other HD platforms. It costs $2.99 and has z...

Decent controls

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The controls are surprisingly decent, given how poor controls tend to be for console games emulated on touch devices.

Touch screen controls not as accurate as using a controller

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While the touch screen controls are good compared to other games they are still not as accurate as using a controller.

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Why did you vote for 7x7 - Best Color Strategy Game?

7x7 - Best Color Strategy Game is a strategy game that is free to play and has zero in app purchases.

Simple mechanics, challenging gameplay

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The simple mechanics mean the game is easy to pick up and learn, while the challenging gameplay is what keeps players coming back to play more.

Intrusive ads

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There are many ads that will pop up in the game.

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Why did you vote for Bunny to the Moon?

Bunny to the Moon is a free arcade game in which you guide a flying bunny through 4 different areas in order to reach the Moon. Each of the 4 areas (...

Easy to learn, hard to master

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Controls are simple taps to direct bunny's jumps, but they require a fine deal of precision to make good progress in the game. While this may pro...

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Why did you vote for Anomaly Warzone Earth HD ?

Anomaly Warzone Earth HD is a tower offense game that costs $3.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Great Graphics

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The graphics are fantastic looking ranging from all the different vehicles to the explosions, there is definitely a lot to behold.

Double speed has to be continuously pressed in order for it to be working

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Having to hold down double speed gets very tiring after a while, especially on tablets.

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Why did you vote for Anomaly Korea?

Anomaly Korea is a tower offense game that costs $3.99 and has zero in app purchases.

A lot of content to keep the player busy

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Between upgrade, purchasing more units and arranging it all, there is a lot of content in game to keep the player busy.

Shorter campaign

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Anomaly Korea has a shorter campaign compared to the first in the series.

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Why did you vote for Gemini Rue?

Gemini Rue is a point and click adventure game that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.A sci-fi noir adventure in the tradition of "Blade...

Parallel stories

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There are two stories that the player switches between while playing.

Poor combat sequences

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The combat sequences feel a bit forced and not all that fun.

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Why did you vote for Machinarium?

Machinarium is an award winning indie point and click adventure game that costs $4.99 and has zero IAPs.

Hand drawn steam punk graphics are visually stunning

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Machinariums graphics are quite exquisite to look at and definitely give the game a fantastic steam punk vibe.

Difficult to play on a small screen device

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Machinarium can be difficult to play on small screen devices such as phones.

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Why did you vote for Botanicula?

Botanicula is a point and click adventure game that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Graphics border on being art

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The fantastic visual in the game is remiss of art one would see in a pop art gallery.

Buggy and crashes

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There are quite a few graphical bugs in the game as well as a lack of stability.

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Why did you vote for Amoebattle ?

Amoebattle is a real time strategy game that costs $0.99 and has zero in app purchases.

8 to 10 hours of gameplay

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There's quite a bit of gameplay and variety for a mobile RTS game.

Gets difficult

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Amoebattle is easy to learn but once a player gets into a bit of the game the battles become very tough.

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Why did you vote for UniWar HD ?

UniWar HD is an asynchronous online mulyiplayer turn based strategy game that cost $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Asymmetrical turn-based gameplay

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UniWar has three races to choose from - Sapien (humans), Titan (machines), Khralean (bugs) each with their strengths, weaknesses and slightly differe...

Slow moving

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Games tend to be pretty slow.

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Why did you vote for High Rocket?

High Rocket is a simple avoidance game that free to play and has zero in app purchases.

No pros added yet

No cons added yet

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Why did you vote for Worldcrafter?

Worldcrafter is a 2D platform game in the style of Minecraft that costs $1.91 and has zero in app purchases. Build worlds, craft items, battle monste...

Loads to do

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A massive play area with lots to do.

No cons added yet

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Why did you vote for AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!!?

AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! is a falling dodge object action game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Fun arcade style gameplay

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The way the game is set up is that the player chooses a level and then proceed to rack up points as they fall down around buildings. It definitely gi...

Mobile version of game does not support camera pan for viewing

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The console version have a feature that allows the character to look to the sides and above him, this has been cut out on all mobile versions sadly.

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Why did you vote for Oil Rush: 3D naval strategy?

Oil Rush: 3D naval strategy is a real time strategy game that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Superb graphics

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Full 3D rendered ships, ocean waves and all kinds of effects all combine to create on great looking game.

May not perform optimaly on lower end hardware

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With all the effects and animations the game uses performance may not be the best on lower end hardware.

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Why did you vote for Meatballphobia?

Meatballphobia is a 2D physics puzzle game that costs $1.50 and has zero in app purchases.

50 levels of gameplay

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There are fifty levels of increasing difficulty to play through in Meatballphobia.

No updates

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Meatballphobia has not has a single update since it's release. That is almost a year ago now.

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Why did you vote for Gunman Clive?

Gunman Clive is a platformer that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Good touch screen controls

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The touch screen controls are accurate and work very well for this platformer.

Death means a restart at the beginning of the level, no halfway points

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Gunman Clive has zero mid level checkpoints, which means upon death the player will have to restart all over again at the beginning of the level.

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Why did you vote for rymdkapsel?

rymdkapsel is a minimalist real time strategy game that costs $3.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Stunning minimal graphics

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While being minimally design the colors shapes and space around them create what could be considered an artistic masterpiece.

Not all elements of the games mechanics are obvious

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On the players first playthrough the mechanics of every element in the game are not obvious and may take some trial and error.

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Why did you vote for Faif?

Faif is an asynchronous multiplayer puzzler mixed with role playing elements that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Fun mix of puzzle and roguelike games

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Faif uses and entertaining mix of match tile puzzle games and roguelikes, in that the player matches five tiles to complete moves such as striking th...

Can become time consuming and boring

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The further one gets in the game the more time consuming matches may become, which in and of itself do not really add much to the actual gameplay, wh...

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Why did you vote for Bad Hotel?

Bad Hotel is a music generation tower defense game that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Streamlined tower defense mechanics

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Bad Hotel has stripped away all of the fluff from tower defense and has boiled it down to it's essence without making it too simple.

Irritating sound design

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The samples used in the music of this game can be irritating and annoying.

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Why did you vote for Retro Nina?

Retro Ninja is an object dodging game that is free to play and has zero in app purchases, though it does have advertisements. Dodge the neon colored...

Simple and addicting game play, no IAP

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No IAP and light on ads.

No cons added yet

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Why did you vote for Back to Bed?

Back to Bed is a beautiful puzzle game that costs $4.00 and has zero in app purchases.

Surreal graphics

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The graphics in back to bed have a very surreal look to them, as if Dahli and Escher had teamed up to design a game.

Puzzles could be deeper

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With such an amazing graphic design, the level of depth to the puzzles feels almost disappointing.

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Why did you vote for Dig to China?

Dig to China is a free to play digging game with zero in app purchases. A chunky tile busting digging game. Dig through a billion blocks en route str...

Addicting gameplay

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Easy to beat, yet addicting gameplay.

No cons added yet

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Why did you vote for First Strike 1.1?

First Strike 1.1 is an armageddon real time strategy game that costs $3.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Clear message about the pitfalls of nuclear war

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First Strike 1.1 illustrates a very clear anti-war bombing message.

No mid game save

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There is no mid game save which means for some of the longer harder battles if one leaves the game, there is no going back to it.

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Why did you vote for Ridiculous Fishing?

Ridiculous Fishing is a casual arcade fishing game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Polished arcadey gameplay that's great as a time-waster

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Ridiculous Fishing offers a fun casual gaming experience that is enjoyable in short or long bursts.

Eats battery

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Playing Ridiculous Fishing can run through a fully charged battery pretty quickly.

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Why did you vote for Danmaku Unlimited 2 ?

Danmaku Unlimited 2 is a bullet hell Bullet shmup that costs $4.59 and has zero in app purchases.

Challenging, but fair

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In a typical bullet-hell fashion, the game requires constant focus, precise control and looks impossible at a distance. But if you are good enough, D...

Not a lot of features

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It only takes 10 minutes to see all of what the game offers.

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Why did you vote for Riddick: The Merc Files?

Riddick: The Merc Files is a stealth action game that costs $2.96 and has zero in app purchases.

Good visuals

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The visuals stand out as highly polished and give the game a very appropriate gritty feel.

Buggy

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The AI for enemies does not work to well with them getting stuck on one another or falling over parts of the environment.

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Why did you vote for Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction HD?

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction HD is a stealth action adventure game that costs $4.99 but is only available on the Gameloft store.

Evenly paced with a lot of variety

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The pacing of the game sis close to what one would expect of a console title as well as the variety of situations and movements.

Not available on the Google Play Store

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For some reason this Gameloft title is not available on the Google Play Store but can be found on the Amazon Appstore and the Gameloft store.

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Why did you vote for SC Blacklist: Spider-Bot?

SC Blacklist: Spider-Bot is a stealth action game that is free to play and has zero in app purchases.

Three modes of play

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There are three modes of play available in game with a different robot to play in each.

Has trouble connecting to UPlay

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In what is at this point expected behavior from Ubisoft there is apparently connection problems with this game to their servers.

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Why did you vote for Dynamite Jack?

Dynamite Jack is an arcade stealth game that is $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Two control schemes

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There are two control schemes available in the settings. The forst is drawing lines that the character follows on screen and the other is a virtual...

Gameplay somewhat overwhelming

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When first starting out all of the pop ups on the display may be confusing or just too much for the player.

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Why did you vote for Crazy Taxi?

Crazy Taxi is an arcade open world racing game that costs $0.99 and has zero in app purchases.

HID controller support

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Crazy Taxi supports all HID controllers, such as the PS3 and XBox 360 controllrs.

Graphics look dated

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Considering that the game is fifteen years old (as of 2014), the graphics do look a bit dated when compared to other high end games on Android.

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Why did you vote for Goat Simulator?

Goat Simulator is a goat simulation game that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.Goat Simulator is the latest in goat simulation technology, b...

SHIELD games support

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Goat Simulator has built in SHIELD games support.

Missing content from PC version

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There are a few portions of the map that are missing from the PC version.

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Why did you vote for Neon Shadow?

Neon Shadow is a sci-fi first person shooter that costs $0.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Gamestop Red Samurai controller support

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Neon Shadow has built in controller support for the Gamestop Red Samurai.

Shallow gameplay

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While the story and game mechanics are serviceable one has to wonder how much better the game could have been if more attention was focused on these...

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Why did you vote for Shapik: the quest?

Shapik: the quest is a point and click adventure game that is free to play and has zero in app purchases.

Straightforward puzzles

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The puzzles are pretty intuitive and straightforward.

Short

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The game is pretty short and can be finished in under half an hour.

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Why did you vote for Grimma?

Grimma is a point and click adventure game that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Interesting two tone graphics

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The graphics are an interesting shade of beige, which give the game an individual look.

Short

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Grimma can be completed in a little under an hour.

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Why did you vote for The Great Fusion?

The Great Fusion is a point and click adventure game that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Good story

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The Great Fusion has many moments of satire and is even charmingly synical, giving the story a lot of character and making it a joy to play through.

Poor translation

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There are grammatical errors in almost every line of dialogue.

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Why did you vote for Surgeon Simulator?

Surgeon Simulator is a surgical simulation game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

New features for mobile version

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Surgeon Simulator adds new features for the mobile version such as placing new eyeballs or teeth into a patient.

No ART runtime support

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Surgeon Simulator doe snot support the ART runtime.

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Why did you vote for Leo's Fortune?

Leo's Fortune is an adventure platformer that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Excellent platforming gameplay and rouch screen controls

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Leo's Fortune offers some solid platforming which is pulled off not just by some good level design but greatly programmed touch screen controls.

Easy

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Leo's Fortune does not offer a lot of challenge.

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Why did you vote for Thomas Was Alone?

Thomas Was Alone is a minimalist platformer that costs $5.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Ethereal soundtrack

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Haunting guitar strums mixed with beautiful piano chords and bits of chiptune creates a very fitting sountrack.

Short

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The gameplay only lasts about 3 or 4 hours.

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Why did you vote for Hellraid: The Escape?

Hellraid: The Escape is a visually stunning action-adventure game with free updates, no in-app purchases or pay-to-win elements! Challenging puzzles,...

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Why did you vote for Lethal Lance?

Lethal Lance is an old school 2D side scrolling platformer that costs $0.99 and has zero in app purchases.. You have to run & jump, kill enemies,...

No in-app purchases

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Although it says there are In-App Purchases on the Play Store page of the game, in reality there are none. Once you buy the game, you get the full ex...

Oldschool gameplay may have trouble holding attention of player

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Lethal Lance holds so tight to the design of old school platforming of yor that in this day in age some may consider the gameplay boring.

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Why did you vote for Puddle?

Puddle is a physics puzzle game that costs $0.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Gameplay based on physics and chemistry

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Puddle is a physics based game that also uses aspects of chemistry in it's gameplay.

HDR graphics setting buggy

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The newly added HDR graphics setting is bugged in that the fluid in game does not appear when used.

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Why did you vote for Bang Bang! Morena?

Bang Bang! Morena is an action arcade game that is free to play and has zero in app purchases. Choose one of three heroines to defend your saloon aga...

Starts off easy, becomes challenging over time

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The game gets harder the longer you play. First waves are easy, but the game quickly becomes a true test of reflex and aiming skill.

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Why did you vote for Shadowrun Returns?

Shadowrun Returns is a turn based tactical role playing game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Fleshed out interesting world

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There has obviously been painstaking care taken in crafting the world and story of Shadowrun Returns.

Crashes

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Shadowrun Returns may crash on the player mid game.

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Why did you vote for Secret of Mana?

Secret of Mana is an action role playing game that costs $9.00 and has zero in app purchases.

Ring command system

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The ring command system used for selecting equipment and other options is still as inovative today as it was back in 1993.

Graphics show their age in this 20 year plus port

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Square Enix has done nothing to polish the graphics in this port which for the price point is a little disheartening. The black borders on both sides...

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Why did you vote for Gentlemen! (multiplayer!)?

Gentlemen! (multiplayer!) is a head to head battle game for two players on the same device that costs $4.67 and has zero in app purchases.

Stylistic 2D graphics

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While simplistic at heart the 2D graphics of Gentlemen! (multiplayer!) have a very quaint Victorian charm to them.

Interface can be too small on higher resolution devices

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The buttons for control may be too small for some users on newer high resolution screens.

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Why did you vote for The Banner Saga?

The Banner Saga is a tactical role playing game that costs $9.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Branching, choice based dialog

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The dialog interactions in The Banner Saga are reminiscent of Mass Effect's branching dialog.

High price

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Even though The Banner Saga is worth every penny of the asking price of $9.99, some may find the price off putting for a mobile game.

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Why did you vote for OCO: Odd Cube Out ?

OCO: Odd Cube Out is a free to play game with zero in app purchases.

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Wonky controls

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The controls feel off in some way.

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Why did you vote for Lazer-Hawk?

Lazer-Hawk is an arcade shooter that is $0.99 and has zero in app purchases and zero advertisements.

XBox360 controllers support

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Lazer-Hawk has XBox360 controller support built in.

No sound efects for dropping bombs or firing missiles

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When dropping a bomb or shooting a missile there is no sound effect, which shows a lack of polish.

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Why did you vote for GestureCI?

GestureCI is a physics based puzzle game that costs $0.99 and has zero in app purchases.

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Why did you vote for Finger Fencer?

Finger Fencer is a local multiplayer fencing simulator that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

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Why did you vote for oO?

oO is a minimalist indie "dodge-em-up / runner" arcade game that costs $1.97 and has zero in app purchases.

Variety in levels

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Each level has it's own look and variety of obstacles.

Precision perception feels off

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The precision needed to execute very exactly time moves is sometime hard to judge, resulting in death.

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Why did you vote for Multiplayer Sorcerers (Full)?

Multiplayer Sorcerers (Full) is a urn-based fantasy strategy game that cost $1.92 and has zero in app purchases. Create creatures and cast magic spel...

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Why did you vote for Peppy's Adventure?

Peppy's Adventure is an action puzzle adventure that is free and has zero in app purchases and advertisements that can be removed for free.

Advertisements can be removed for free

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The developer of Peppy's Adventure has provided a way to remove advertisements for free.

Odd controls

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The use of two control pads may be odd to some players.

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Why did you vote for Stories of bethem?

Stories of bethem is an action role playing game that is free with zero in app purchases.

No permissions necessary

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There are zero permissions required to install and run this game.

Iffy English translation

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Having been translated from Spanish to English, there are numerous errors.

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Why did you vote for Fist of Awesome?

Fist of Awesome is a 2D side scrolling beat'em up that costs $3.99 and has zero in app purchases.

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Why did you vote for Autumn Dynasty - RTS?

Autumn Dynasty - RTS is a real time strategy game that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Over five unit types

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There are over five unit types in Autumn Dynasty - RTS that all have their own special boosts and abilities. A few of those are calvery, pikeman and...

Buggy speed control

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Currently (Oct 2014) there is a bug that randomly sets the speed to max, making it almost impossible to play.

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Why did you vote for Shu's Garden?

Shu's Garden is a 2D open world platformer that is free to play with zero in app purchases or advertisements.

Living breathing world to play around in

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Shu's Garden provides a small world that has 90 different plants that grow and seed as well as places to explore such as space or oceans.

May become boring

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Considering there are no real goals to the game some may find that there is not much to do after seeing all there is to see.

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Why did you vote for GRAVITY: DON'T LET GO?

GRAVITY: DON'T LET GO is an arcade space game that is free to play and has zero in app purchases or advertisements.

Multiplayer

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A multiplayer mode was added after release in an update.

Only three modes that are finished shortly

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There are three mini games in this title and they can be finished pretty quickly.

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Why did you vote for LEGO Creator Islands?

LEGO Creator Islands is a mix of Sim City and Clash of Clans and it is completely free to play with zero in app purchases or advertisements.

Building freedom

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LEGO Creator Islands allows for freedom to build what one wants to place on their islands.

Short

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Can be finished in under 5 hours.

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Why did you vote for Tidy Bubble ?

Tidy Bubble is a strategy arcade game that costs $0.99 and has zero in app purchases.

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Why did you vote for Sorcery!?

Sorcery! is a mix of interactive storytelling with some tabletop role playing game elements. It costs $5.00 and has zero in app purchases.

Tabletop RPG mechanics done very well

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Sorcery! has combined interactive story books with tabletop role playing game elements to create a great game.

Not much replay value

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After completing the game there is no much replay value as most content has been seen.

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Why did you vote for Multiplayer Stellar Forces?

Multiplayer Stellar Forces is an online turn-based squad strategy game that costs $4.78 and has zero in app purchases.

Every game is different

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So many different types of mission, maps, weapons & equipment, unit types, opponents and features like LOS and destructible environments, mean th...

Poor controls

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Doing simple things like turning a character can become quite infuriating not to mention wastes action points.

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Why did you vote for King of Dragon Pass?

King of Dragon Pass is a text based strategy game that costs $9.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Beautiful hand painted art

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While King of Dragon Pass does forgo animations, the hand painted art that is featured in game is outright gorgeous.

Touch controls are not implemented well

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While scrolling through text the play can easily accidentally click on text that performs an action. This can result in the player making game advanc...

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Why did you vote for The Boy with Bombs?

The Boy with Bombs is an arcade bomb placing game that is free to play and has zero in app purchases.

Old School SNES character design

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The character design is very reminiscent of games from the SNES such as Secret of Mana.

Bomb upgrade system confusing

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The upgrade system for bombs can be confusing as there is nothing in game that explains it.

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Why did you vote for 9th Dawn RPG +?

9th Dawn RPG + is an old school action role playing game that costs $2.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Open world with lots of quests and sidequests

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The world is open and vast allowing the player to choose the direction they want to take, with the addition of a multitude of sidequests the gameplay...

Controls poorly

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The poor controls can have a detrimental effect on gameplay when using melee combat characters.

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Why did you vote for Quest of Dungeons?

Quest of Dungeons is a roguelike that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

A roguelike that's challenging yet more forgiving than most

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In a typical roguelike fashion there is perma-death and a level of difficulty higher than most games. Although Quest of Dungeons has a much more for...

High price for what it offers

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Compared to similar games on the Android system Quest of Dungeons is a bit over priced for what it offers.

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Why did you vote for Dweller - beta?

Dweller - beta is a roguelike that is free to play and has zero in app purchases.

Free

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Dweller - beta is a free game.

Poor controls

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For what is an interesting looking game the controls make it nearly unplayable.

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Why did you vote for Anodyne?

Anodyne is an action role playing game that costs $4.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Can be played in portrait or landscape view

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Depending on what the users preferred rotation scheme is to play games, Anodyne allows for both to be used, portrait and landscape.

Story feels unresolved when the game is finished

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after finishing the game there are still many elements that feel unanswered.

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Why did you vote for Space Ace Galaxy?

Space Ace Galaxy is a top down space shooter that costs $1.20 and has zero in app purchases.

Works well on low end hardware

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Space Ace Galaxy was designed to work with low end hardware in mind,

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Why did you vote for Open Field Echo Sounder?

Open Field Echo Sounder is a GPS target game that costs $1.99 and has zero in app purchases.

Game for blind and visually impaired

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Open Field Echo Sounder is a game for the visually impaired or blind.

Need headphones to play

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When listening for target echos one most likely will need to have on headphones to hear the discernible differences.

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