There are always new apps and games being submitted to the Google Play Store, and we try to find only the best ones. Of course, it’s pretty hard to put all of them, since our roundup includes only 10, but I am sure that you will find all of them equally good. So, without further ado, let’s have a look at what we have compiled for you this time.

Limbo ($4.99)

The popular indie game Limbo is now available for Android smartphones and tablets, as well. The game has won numerous awards, which has made Android users quite annoyed with the fact that it took the so long to have it released on the Play Store. But now it’s here, so have a look at the above video to see it for yourself, just in case you haven’t heard about this game before.

LinkedIn Connected (Free)


If you do a lot of job hunting from your mobile device or, maybe you’re looking for new employees or colleagues, then you need to have a look at the new LinkedIn Connect app. By using it, you will be notified about jobs changes, birthdays, work anniversaries and more. The app has received many positive ratings so far, therefore I recommend you to check it out, as well.

Evoland ($5.99)

Evoland is a new action adventure game for Android which is filled with classic adventure and RPG gaming fun. As you progress through the game, you will be able to unlock new technologies, gameplay systems and improving graphics. The game lets you evolve from monochrome to full 3D graphics and from turn-based battles to real-time boss fights. It’s an unusual game with a unique idea, and it might just get you hooked.

CaastMe (Free)


CaastMe is a new Android app which is described as the ‘fastest way to share link from Android to computer browser‘. With this new app, instead of copying long web addresses into your desktop/laptop browser, you will need to scan a QRCode on the computer’s browser, which will make the shared hyperlink to open. You are able to share via any apps on your device, there is almost no setup required and there is also no need to sign in, either.

Gunner Z (Free)

If you just can’t have enough of zombie games on your Android smartphone or tablet, then you need to have a look at Gunner Z, as well. In the game, you take command over some ‘customized “AC-HMV” armored assault trucks into a city overrun by an undead army’. Besides zombies, you will have to fight against such mechanized units as aerial drones, tracked RPG turrets, APCs, tanks, and more. So, are you up for the task?

Archimedes ($5.99)


Archimedes is a brand new Android app described as a scientific calculator ‘truly designed for touch’. The app lets you enter formulas and equations as you’d write them on paper. What makes it special is that answers appear while you are typing, both in numeric and exact/symbolic form. Also, roots, fractions and sines are all automatically simplified. So, if you have to do a lot of complicated math, then this could be a great help.

Merchants of Kaidan ($5.99)

Merchants of Kaidan for Android users is described as a new ‘challenging trading game fused with lots of RPG elements‘. The game comes with 4 story lines, a set of random events that influence your journeys. Of course, the game will set you back a few nice bucks, but it seems there has been a lot of effort put into it, and the first positive reviews speak about this, as well. Have a look at the above video, as well, to know more about it.

Peak – Brain Training (Free)

There are plenty of brain training games out there for Android users, but I guess you won’t say no to another one that’s just as good and, even better, it is available for free. Peak – Brain Training from Peaklabs will help you improve your memory, focus, Pproblem solving, mental agility. It also comes with language-improvement challenging games backed by scientific and educational research. The app features 16 games offering adaptive and dynamic difficulties, unique challenges, personalized workouts and daily goals.

1942 Pacific Front (Free)

1942 Pacific Front is a really cool new strategy game for Android users with the action set in WW2. The game features thrilling campaigns and challenging missions, historical U.S. and Japanese units: onfantry, artillery, tanks, warplanes, battleships and submarines. It lets users repair, camouflage and fortify units during the battles. There are also hot-hand multiplayer battles, a hex grid, full tablet support and support for Google Play game services.

Grey Cubes (Free)

Grey Cubes is described as a ‘modern variation on the brick-breaker-type game, based on real-time physics and three-dimensional gameplay’. It brings together the classic elements of brick-breaker games with new gameplay elements, including multi-layer brick patterns and real-life physics. There are 60 futuristics levels at your disposal and traditional power-ups mixed with modern gameplay mechanics.

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