If you like side-scrolling games and are a fan of old-school adventures, maybe you will want to go to the Google Play Store soon to check out Rayman Adventures. This is the most recent title from Ubisoft which centers on the very popular Rayman. Unlike previous games, this one is free to download, which means it has a hell load of in-app purchases. Rayman Adventures takes you to an adventure where you must do everything in your power to save the Incrediballs. Apart from all that action, you will explore environments in order to find and collect the Incrediballs, your first and foremost objective being to bring them to their home. Every Incrediball has its own power and you can use them to solve puzzles and destroy villains. Visually speaking, the game has no drawbacks, with the environments feeling vibrant and alive for the most part. The main character is also very personable and the other characters can be endearing as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4w2Kulgm74 Rayman Adventures is available in a few different languages and you can find it for free on the Google Play Store via the widget below. Some items will be purchasable with real money, but the in-app purchases can be turned off in the game settings menu apparently.
Amazon is attempting to change itself from within and it has apparently started with the Appstore. Enter Amazon Underground. The free App of the Day deal is gone, folks. This little deal event is being replaced with the Underground, where over 10,000 apps and games will be available for free. What does Amazon Underground mean? This change will reflect on sales and overall popularity as Amazon is giving away paid apps and games with in-app purchases for free. Developers will be reimbursed based on actual app usage meaning if you use an app more, they will get more money. It’s pretty much a Kindle Unlimited deal, without any extra charges. The games and apps included in this new program are not just leftovers but hot apps and tools that would drain your wallet on Google Play Store. Now they will be completely free to Underground users. All the apps that are labeled Underground “actually free” will be completely free, in-app purchases and all. Apps without the “actually free” label may present standard IAP. In order to get this new feature all you have to do is open Amazon Shopping or the Appstore on your device and it should appear as a banner on top prompting you for an installation (You can manually install here). The Shopping app is going to be replaced by the Amazon Underground one and the Appstore one will still include cross-app links. Source: Amazon