It’s Monday, so this means it’s time to look back and find some of the best new Android apps and games that have been recently released on the Play Store. You can also have a look at the previous edition and also at the sister roundup for this time if you own an iPhone or iPad. So let’s see what we have for this week.

Lara Croft GO ($4.99)

Lara Croft GO is a new turn based puzzle-adventure game which lets you ‘explore the ruins of an ancient civilization, discover well-kept secrets and face deadly challenges as you uncover the myth of the Queen of Venom‘. The game comes with nice visuals and a captivating soundtrack, simple swipe-to-move controls, more than 75 puzzles split into 5 chapters and much more that you’ll discover inside the game.

AMC (Free)


The official AMC app lets you stay updated with the latest full episodes and video extras from your favorite AMC original series. You will be able to enjoy full episodes, extras, as well as show premieres . You will be able to enjoy such shows as Fear the Walking Dead, The Walking Dead, HUMANS, Better Call Saul, Hell on Wheels, Halt and Catch Fire, TURN: Washington’s Spies and others.

Walking Dead: Road to Survival (Free)

If bloody games are your thing, then Walking Dead: Road to Survival is a new game that you could be interested in. Described as a ‘endless zombie apocalypse‘, the game is an all-new story based on the original The Walking Dead graphic novels, where you will be able to recruit iconic survivors like Rick, Glenn and Michonne to join your team and break free from the reign of a madman. Have a look at the above video to see more regarding the game.

Pintasking (Free)


Described as an ‘app for power users that miss the old good Taskbar, ALT-TAB shortcut, WIN+[n] shortcut or workspaces on their Android devices‘, PinTasking enables users to create floating shortcuts in form of pins, on demand and based on their current task and workload. Thus, you can perform such actions as pining apps/tasks/documents to access them quickly from any screen and app, jump quickly to your most recent task or your whole tasks history. The app makes use of the Material design and works with nearly all browsers.

The Guides ($2.99)


If you’re a lover of puzzle games, then you will most likely fall in love with The Guides. The game comes with hundreds of extremely challenging codes, puzzles and interactive ciphers. The game comes with two sections and 50 pages, with all future content updates included for free. You will be able to make use of integrated decoding tools, such as morse, binary and others, to help you crack the code.

Red Comrades 2 ($2.99)

Red Comrades 2 is described as the most famous and awarded Russian adventure game of all time, and it’s now available on Android devices. The action takes place in Russia 1917AD and the action revolves around wounded Red Army commander Chapaev and Vasiliy Ivanovich whose body has been transformed into a killer-machine — terminator. If this sounds interesting to you, then go ahead and give it a try.

Cinnamon Grocery Shopping List (Free)


There isn’t a shortage of shopping list apps for Android users, but you might want to add to your collection this one, called Cinnamon Grocery Shopping List. The app comes with a bunch of features, such as the option to sync and share your shopping list with others, to create a Bundle for your weekly grocery staples, keep track of what you already have, add items via barcode scanning or voice recognition and much, much more.

Doodle Jump DC Super Heroes (Free)

The Doodle Jump series of Android games have proved to be pretty popular so far, and now the latest one has been released – Doodle Jump DC Super Heroes. The current version lets you play as Batman against Gotham’s most infamous villains – The Penguin, Mr. Freeze, The Joker, The Riddler and more. The app will soon be updated with other episodes where you will be able to play the Doodle as other powerful DC Super Heroes.

Cube Space ($0.99)

Cube Space is a cube puzzle game with beautiful constellation in a t total of 70 different stages. By guess the cube’s location and space, you will thus improve your space perception ability. Go ahead and have a look at the above video if you are interested in this kind of game. I’ve been playing it for quite a while and enjoying it.

Blynk (Free)

If you want to control Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other microcomputers with the smartphone online, then you’re definitely going to be interested in Blynk. The app lets you create beautiful interfaces by dragging and dropping various widgets like buttons, knobs, graphs, displays and many more in under 5 minutes.

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