Wednesday , December 19 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Daily App Sales Roundup – 16-07-13

Was looking for something fun last night and found Hill Climb Racing. Pretty fun little physics based, side-scrolling car game that sees your seemingly precariously balanced car driving up hill, and over dale to collect coins and fuel cans while accelerating and braking to maintain your balance.

There’s various things to do in the game like upgrade your vehicle and parts on the vehicles – why else would you collect coins? The game is pretty fun, it has a many levels and there is a freemium aspect to the game but so far I’ve gotten hours of fun out of it without having to purchase anything.

Try it out, it’s available for devices running Android 2.2 and upwards and is 13MB to download

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Free Apps of the Day

Amazon App Store Free App Of The Day

Dr. Panda’s Daycare
Imagine and create in Dr. Panda’s Daycare! In this virtual play app that stimulates creative thinking, animal parents bring their babies to Dr. Panda’s Daycare and it is your kid’s job to take care of them! Play with them, put them to bed or have a birthday party, this game allows for endless possibilities!
$0.00 – was $1.99

App of the Day(Au)

Grooh is a cute (and lazy?) monster that loves pineapples.
Today, Grooh decides to explore the abandoned “Feilong Castle”. There’s a huge dragon printed on the entrance door!! But most importantly, rumors say that there’s a secret treasure hidden there, and *who knows*, maybe it’s full of pineapples?
That’s why you, oh mighty player, should help Grooh to find the treasure!
$0.00 – was $2.09


Tic Tac Kitchen Timer
Two years ago, McDonalds, in an attempt to drum up good publicity for its free-range egg use (note: in New Zealand), decided to make the world’s largest scrambled egg. They used 20,000 eggs. But here is the most important question: how long did it take?

They probably could have used Tic Tac Kitchen Timer, an alarm clock with one of the coolest interfaces I’ve seen. It’s not quite an egg-timer (although could be used as one), but more of an amazing use of your smartphone’s touch capability to make a sweet, easy to use app, for FREE!

No Great saving here, the app is usually free.
$0.00 – was $0.00

Today’s Apps

JEFIT Pro – Workout & Fitness
Trial: JEFIT – Workout,Fitness,GymLog
JEFIT Pro Workout and Fitness Tracker is essential for bodybuilding and fitness enthusiasts alike. The best way to keep track of your workout data without the use of a paper and pen.
$3.30 – was $4.99

Today’s Games

Trial: McPixel Lite
Saving the day the McPixel way!

McPixel is a save-the-day guy that you guide through short challenges in an oldschool point’n’click fashion.

The goal in each challenge is to prevent stuff from blowing up using available tools!

You have only 20 seconds to save the day! Think quick!
$0.99 – was $2.99

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