Friday , December 14 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 26-04-13

WeGo Interactive has just released Re-Volt to Google Play. It’s priced at a pretty premium $4.33 but that won’t stop Dreamcast afficianados from grabbing this classic game. Racing 42 RC cars throughout 14 tracks through the house and neighbourhood, you can track your progress and compare yourself to other players on a global scoreboard.

Re-Volt requires Android 2.3 and upwards on your device and is a pretty large 114MB download. If you haven’t played Re-Volt before check out the trailer and see what you think.

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Today’s Apps

ViewPics Pro
Trial: View Pics
ViewPics is high performance Android Photo Gallery with main focus on quick browsing, usability and integration with photo sharing networks. ViewPics photo gallery let you browse your local pictures and explore your and friends photos from popular photo sharing networks! Download your or friend’s favorite web albums instantly!
$0.99 – was $1.99

Today’s Games

Trial: N/A
Compelling game play and rich 3D visuals make this the best cue based game on Google Play.
$1.86 – was $2.99

Doodle Pool HD
Trial: N/A
Calling all casual gamers! Doodle Pool HD, brings the popular billiards game to the fun-loving casual play generation!
$0.99 – was $1.49

Airport Mania 2: Wild Trips
Trial: N/A
Return to the skies and visit incredible destinations in this amazing sequel to the 2009 #1 app store hit game Airport Mania!
Airport Mania 2 takes you on a journey like no other as you tackle airports from the North Pole to the Moon, and encounter a whole new set of aircraft including spaceships and military jets! You’ll also see some of your old favorites in totally new ways, like being retrofitted with pontoons for water landings!
$0.99 – was $3.19

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