The Play Store describes Prune as “a love letter to trees.” It is an award-winning puzzle game. Earlier this year it was released for iOS, and now it is available in the Play Store, so you really should check it out.
The Prune gameplay involves cultivating trees. As your tree starts to grow, you must trim its branches carefully to ensure that it reaches its fullest height. The branches flower when they hit the sun, and once a specific number of them have flowered, that means you have beat that level. As you continue to progress, the number of objects standing in your way of succeeding grow also.
Prune is one of those rare Android games. It is meditative and minimalist, yet somehow idea for a mobile platform. For this month it is definitely our top pick. This is an incredible piece of work, aurally, visually and conceptually.
This word puzzle challenge is new and wonderful. It is available in 22 languages. Each of the words is a separate crossword puzzle inside inside an image. Can you get all of the words solved? One you solve one word, another letter is opens, until the entire puzzle is gradually revealed.
– The game is free
– The rules are simple
– There are more than 800 levels available
– There are hundreds of pictures and words
– It offers you a great way to expand your vocabulary
-You can find cheats at pixwords all answers.
This game is completely the opposite of Prune. It is loud and big, and the most recent game from a long-running racing series. A number of titles have been pushed out by EA on Android. This most recent installment has you competing in races so that you can improve your car and reputation.
No Limits takes place within an urban setting. Quite frequently the races are short and sweet- with some taking less than one minute to finish- which makes them perfect for short sessions. The environment and cars look and feel are nailed by EA. The game is also very polished, but in-app purchases should be expected.
This game features zombies and is a free-to-play runner. The idea is completely unoriginal, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy playing QuickBoy, especially since it is such a well-crafted game.
With QuickBoy, the territory will seem familiar. This side-scrolling auto-runner requires precise timing for jumping over obstacles and avoiding enemies. It has fantastic presentation. Everything takes place inside a post-apocalyptic tan-colored world. Everything is carefully considered, even the menus. You are rewarded for your well-timed jumps by a cool combo system. If you are finished with Fallout Shelter, then try out the apocalypse in QuickBoy until Fallout 4 comes out.