Welcome to the 372nd edition of Android Apps Weekly. Here are the big headlines from the last week:
Price: Free to play
Spookiz Pang is a bubble shooter similar to most other bubble shooters. This one includes over 1,000 levels, some fun characters, and more. It has the usual stuff like power ups as well but you can earn most of them at a fairly decent clip by just playing the game. The draw here is the absolutely massive number of levels and the reasonably friendly free play. Plus, it has things like offline play as well. It’s a decent arcade bubble shooter if you’re into that genre.
Price: Free / $9.99 per month
MindTree is a meditation app with a pay-it-forward ethos. The company plants a tree every time you meditate as long as you’re a premium user. The app itself is pretty simple. The UI is easy to navigate and it’s quite easy to use. It plays various music and gives you some basic meditation instructions. There is also a timer so you can time your meditations. The premium version is pricey for a meditation app at $9.99 per month. However, you can use a good amount of the app for free before buying and at least you know you’re planting trees with the money you spend.
Dungeon of Endless: Apogee is a rogue-like dungeon defense game. It merges several different genres together for a fairly entertaining experience. Players gather a team, explore the dungeon, and collect stuff. That’s a very basic premise. There is a balance needed since your crew consists of both prison inmates and guards. Each door also has something random in it so you have to be prepared at all times. There are also elements of tower defense, kingdom building, and RPG. It’s a pretty deep game for its price and there are no in-app purchases to gum up the works. The game is a port from the Steam version and people seemed to really like that one too. The only bad part is the game can feel cramped on smaller displays.
Glance Weather is a weather widget that tries to show you everything you need to know in a small widget. It offers up temperature, precipitation, wind, and cloudiness. The widget is re-sizable and also includes things like a real-feel temperature and a night mode. The design could be better, but the developer is still actively working on improving it based on user suggestions. In any case, it’s a free weather widget that gives you plenty of information at a glance. It should improve over time.
Price: Free / Up to $4.99
Argo’s Choice is an interactive novel with heavy text elements. You play the role of Argo and you watch as a story unfolds. Decisions the player makes affects events in the game, including the ending. Plus, you can interact with other characters and see Argo’s relationship with them. This isn’t a challenging game to play. It’s all about playing the story, making decisions, and watching the reactions to those decisions. It could use some polish here and there, but you can play the game for free (with ads) and it’s otherwise a decent experience.
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