The biggest ever game of Tetris was played on the side of a skyscraper! Naturally the game attracted a lot of attention from passers-by...
Today's app "Jengris Puzzle 3D" is a sort of 3D version of Tetris. The aim is to place 3D pieces one by one onto a tower, and once each level is full, it disappears. And just like Tetris, if you reach the top of the screen, it's game over!
The ad-free version of "Jengris Puzzle 3D" drops in price today from £1.99 to £0.
Sombrero hats are actually extremely practical. Their large size means that they protect not only the head from the hot sun, but also the neck, shoulders and arms - and it even works for the rain!
That's why the hero in "Amigo Pancho" are never without his. Pancho is travelling around the globe by hanging onto two balloons. Your job is easy: help guide him to his destination!
The ad-free version of"Amigo Pancho", with a bonus 15,000 coins unlocked, drops in price today from £2.05 to £0.
While accepting his award at French movie ceremony 'the Césars', rather than giving a speech, Johnny Depp pulled out a dictaphone from his pocket and played a pre-recorded message in French!
Whether it's an acceptance speech or just a simple reminder, "Recordr" is the perfect app for you to record all the voice notes that you need. The interface is clean and efficient, resulting in an uncomplicated app that does its job without any fuss.
"Recordr", with all ads removed, new themes, audio and video encoding and Google Drive compatibility, drops today from £1.87 to £0.
Sudoku was originally called "Number Place". It became popular in Japan in the mid-80s, where it was re-named "sudoku", which translates to "the digits must be single".
In "Sudoku", start in tutorial mode if you're a beginner, or try Diabolic Mode if you're a seasoned player. You can also toggle the timer on and off for either a challenging or more zen experience.
“Sudoku”, complete with unlimited 6x6 boards and saves, drops in price today from £3.96 to £0.
Some species of birds, including crows, are intelligent enough to be able to use small twigs as tools. See what your birds can do with today’s app!
In “Piou”, raise a flock of cute little birds from hatchling to adulthood. Feed them, care for them, and even play games with them to earn diamonds, which you can then use to decorate your birds’ home.
“Piou”, complete with 120 bonus diamonds, drops in price today from £7.97 to £0.
In a report by the Institut de France from the beginning of the 19th century, it states: “the metronome is to music what the compass is to navigation”.
“Metronome M1” is thus an indispensable, efficient, and useful tool for all of the musicians among us. Set your tempo manually or automatically, divide it when necessary, and use it to always stay in the groove.
Today get the ad-free version of “Metronome M1”, a £1.41 value, absolutely free.
The world’s biggest QR Code is located in China: it was drawn into the fields and measures more than 36,100m² ! The only way to scan it, however, is from an airplane…
And if ever you should find yourself flying over it, you’ll need “QR Code Reader” to decode it. This app lets you read most barcodes: ISBN, EAN, UPC, etc. It’s just as easy to use as a camera, so have a ball!
Today get the ad-free version of “QR Code Reader”, normally £3.99, absolutely free.