Here at BeQRious, we love Android apps to bits, almost as much as we love QR codes. So we give you two things that you could download if you are looking for Android Games.
The Humble Bundle is noteworthy for a variety of reasons. For one, if you are sick and tired of paying for an app that you later realize is not a great game after all, then this is for you.
The Humble Bundle allows you to download four games in the bundle:Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, and NightSky HD
You then pay what you think these games are worth. And since the games come from different developers, you can tell them how to split the payments.
What’s more, you get two bonus games, Super Hexagon and Dungeon Defenders, if you pay more than the average payment they have. Right now, the average is still under $7, so download the bundle before this average price increases!
You could also get the games’ sountracks included in the bundle, for free. The music files come in FLAC and MP3 formats.
But more than these, you also get to help some charities. With your payment, you can choose to specify how much you are going to give the charities, Child’s Play and Electronic Frontier Foundation.
If you hate having to constantly check your phone to see if the food you are cooking has expired or is ready to serve, or if the tops you ordered are now ready, then you can get DragonVale.
DragonVale is a casual game wherein you can raise dragons and breed new combinations. It takes skill and knowledge to breed the right partners to get the desired dragons. For example, you would need to breed Earth and Water Dragons to get a Mud Dragon. Or breeding air and lightning to get a Thunder Dragon.
The game has goals you could do and mini games you could play. What keeps DragonVale interesting is that you do not really need to pay for things in the game. With some patience, you could get everything in the game without having to fork out a single dollar.
The creator, BackFlip Studios, has also been continuously at work to help make the game even more interesting. New mini games and features are being introduced with each update. For example, you could quest to get the epic dragon Kairos, or you could race in the Dragon Track to get more coins, gems, food and other prizes.
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