Friday , December 14 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 20-10-12

I love a good Helicopter game and found this game Helidroid 3D : Full Edition it’s a cool little game that involves you piloting an RC helicopter around a house on various missions. Quite decent control system utilising a combination of touchscreen and accelerometer controls it responds quite well with auto-stabilisation for the most part making it quite easy to control. It has 4.5 stars in the Play Store with a fair few installs, it’s got ads in it while new levels load but they’re fairly unobtrusive. Available for Devices running Android 2.1 and upwards it’s an 18MB download, check out the trailer and head on over and install it.

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Today’s Apps

tinyCam Monitor PRO
Trial: tinyCam Monitor FREE
One of the best app available for Android for remote surveillance, control and video recording for your private/public network or IP cameras, video encoders and DVRs with CCTV cams (#1 rated surveillance app, 4.6 average rating with 30,000+ active users). Monitor your baby, pet, home, business, traffic, and weather remotely and securely (no data being sent to 3rd parties). tinyCam Monitor provides best value to customers. Buy now to get more features in future updates for free! More than 25 major updates per year with new features!
$1.99 – was $3.99

Today’s Games

Trial: N/A
Tap a delicacy, then tap a kid. Feed them all as fast as you can to get rewards!

Another cute puzzle game from creators of Jewellust!
This funny puzzler has 42 levels, 6 power-ups, 2 game modes and online score tables. Also we’ve added the Kid Mode for relaxed play. A free lite version is available for you to estimate gameplay
$1.88 – was $2.95

Zombies, Run!
Trial: ZR Advance
Zombies, Run! is an ultra-immersive running game and audio adventure

You tie your shoes, put on your headphones, take your first steps outside. You’ve barely covered 100 yards when you hear them. They must be close. You can hear every guttural breath, every rattling groan – they’re everywhere. Zombies. There’s only one thing you can do: Run!
$4.29 – was $7.99

Backflip Madness
Trial: Backflip Madness Demo
Backflip Madness is a fast-paced, parkour-flavored extreme sports game. Your goal is simple – make tons of spectacular tricks and stunts. Take it to the extreme!
$0.99 – was $1.49

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Trial: N/A
Create your own deadly strain of death and ravage the global human population in this Android tribute to the popular browser based online game Pandemic 2!
$0.99 – Introductory Sale

Runic Rumble
Trial: N/A
Explore the world of Amorra as Aki a Shaman, on a mission to unlock magical spells in this gesture based spell fighter. Choose your spells and strategy and battle through over 20 levels of story. With stunning visuals and fast game play you will enjoy Runic Rumble on your tablet or phone. Stay tuned for updates as we introduce new levels and challenges.
Runic Rumble is set in the rich, unique world-setting of Amorra, and introduces our protagonist, Aki: a mischievous little creature with a sharp mind, and sharper tongue, who has escaped the bonds of servitude to discover the origins of his people. Although short in stature, he is fearless and, as a sort of novice Shaman, able to wield magic – albeit with a novice’s skill.
$0.99 – was $2.99 – Sale until end of October.

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