A maze game in which you are a square of light, before your energy runs out, you need to collect colored crystals to reload until you reach the finish line. The simple gameplay, left or right touches of the square of light make it "jump" to that side.
The game has three difficulty levels and 10 stages in each level. You can choose the color of the main square and, for now, there is no connection with Play Games.
Free Fading Light with ads, and gives you a choice of banners or ads every 5 or 10 games. Requires Android 2.2 or higher and takes up about 20MB of space. One of the great advantages of Fading Light: the only allowance is internet access to see its status.
TRACE is a "follow the line" game, with one small difference: it's only two paths at the same time, so you need to use two fingers to play it. The game has two modes: light and dark, and that was it. It is still in the early stages of development, but has not experienced any errors or crashes so far.
The TRACE: Free Duplex with Banner by ad, requires Android 3.0 or higher to run and occupies between 50 and 60MB of space (outside the data).
Never stop jumping to avoid falling, that's the idea of Never Stop. One-way control: Tap to jump, the farther you go, the faster the character rolls. In the game you collect crystals that open new characters.
Free Never Stop, you can watch advertising videos to earn more crystals, but other than that, no ads. It requires Android 2.3 or higher and runs perfectly on tablets, occupies about 55MB of space.
Think of a much simpler Guitar Hero, with COLORD you have to go through the obstacle that is the color of your point. Although simple, the game offers many different challenges, and the difficulty increases as the player progresses. A tutorial at the beginning explains how the game works.
The free COLORD with in-app purchases, priced from $ 1.81 to $ 23.10, requires Android 4.0.3 and up to run and takes up about 70MB of storage.
Simple and beautiful classic "jump to pass" game, the PLOX has three basic commands: a tap to jump, double tap to double jump and slide down to return to the floor. Despite the somewhat annoying music, it's a great pastime.
Free PLOX with lifelong ads requires Android 2.3.3 and 18MB of storage.
Two colored dots in the center of the screen, one above the other, with one touch, they switch positions to capture falling or rising points, depending on the color. Perhaps the simplest on the list, somewhat addictive.
DOT DOT is also free with an ad banner, requires Android 2.3 or higher and a minimum of 5MB to run.
All games on the list were created by independent developers, so some allow the player to donate if they like the game very much and want to help the developer.
The wide variety and diversity of apps and games is exactly what makes the Android system so good and fun, and although we rely heavily on big stadiums for big apps, on the independent developers we find innovations and creativity that will later be used by Google, Microsoft, Rockstar and others.
What game do you have installed that nobody knows about?
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