Saturday , December 15 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 18-01-13

Uhoh Paid app recommendation! Lode Runner Classic has been released, so good! I dropped the money on this one and hope to be playing a lot of this, although it’s a little bit hard to control with large onscreen controllers which are awkwardly placed around a small game screen rather than traditional way which is just having touch points on the screen. The iOS port looks to be a lot easier to use which you can see in the video down below and I hope these controls come across to the Android as Lode Runner is truly addictive.

At $2.99 the game won’t be for everyone although hopefully we’ll see it here on the App Sales at some stage as it’s pretty decent game play wise. The game is 24MB in size and is available to Android devices running Android 2.2 and upwards. Check it out if you’re a retro gaming fan and see what you think.

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Today’s Apps

Star Chart
Trial: N/A
You can now have a virtual planetarium in your pocket! Look through the eyes of your Android device* to see a virtual window into the whole visible universe.
$0.99 – was $2.99

(app name)
Trial: Undelete for Root Users
This is the Key for Undelete for Root Users. It does nothing on its own. Install only if you own the full application. IF YOU CANNOT FIND THE MAIN APP, YOUR DEVICE IS NOT COMPATIBLE.

Undelete for Android is an application for root users that allows you to recover any deleted files from your SD card or internal storage.
$1.89 – was $4.99

Today’s Games

Chess presso Multiplayer Chess
Trial: Chess presso Multiplayer Free
Chesspresso introduces a unique way of playing online multiplayer Correspondence Chess (Postal Chess) on your android device.
$2.29 – was $3.95

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