Start the week with some cool Android games on sale - PhoneArena

Start the week with some cool Android games on sale


Gamers have at least some reason to smile in the beginning of the week, as the Play Store is currently offering discounts on a handful of fun little games. Noteworthy is the Anomaly franchize – a reverse tower defense strategy, where the player attacks the enemy fortifications. It offers not only a single player campaign, but also an adversarial multiplayer mode – for those who find themselves inclined to take on a human intellect, rather than fight a scripted AI. You can get Anomaly Warzone Earth and Anomaly Korea for $0.99 each, and Anomaly 2 for $1.99.

Iesabel is another interesting offer, down to $0.99 from $5.99. It's a hack 'n' slash RPG which offers cross-platform co-op multiplayer! Also, no in-app purchases! Looking at the gameplay, one cannot help but think "Diablo-like", and that is not a bad thing at all.

If over-the-top-ridiculous humor is your thing, check out Frederic Resurrection of Music ($0.99 from $1.99). You play zombie Chopin, who has risen from the grave to show the world that today's music is a soulless (was this pun intended?) piece of garbage. Now that is an interesting vessel for a social commentary, coming from Forever Entertainment.

Pyro Jump is free, from $2.44. This is a platformer that has great kid-friendly animation. It also holds the secret to pissing you off with some pretty time-sensitive puzzles. But isn't that what makes a good game? Well, if it does it for you – take a look at Beyond Gravity, as well. It is pretty much the same style and is now $0.99 from $1.99.

If good ol' point-and-click adventures are your thing – check out Violett, which is now $0.99 from $3.99. Developers Forever Entertainment have managed to create a great Wonderland-type of a game world, with amazing 2.5D graphics and impressive artwork.

If you're up for some mind-bending puzzle play – grab Threes! ($0.99 from $1.99), a simple premise that can keep you entertained and strangely addicted for a while, sort of like a Rubik's Cube.

And in the "What the hell is this?" genre, we have Eliss Infinity and Sparkle 2 Evo, both $0.99 from $2.99. The former is a multitouch puzzle that has the player merging and splitting planets of the same color, without letting different colors touch. The latter seems to be a premise taken from the PC game Spore, which a lot of gamers thought was only interesting at the start - the part of gameplay, at which you control only a microorganism and eat your way up the foodchain, evolving uniquely on the way. Well if you are one to agree with said gamers, then Sparkle 2 Evo might be just the game for you.

Happy with today's deals from the Play Store? We know we will take the opportunity to grab a couple of cool titles. Enjoy!

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