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Rotate and move the puzzle tiles, play the sliding puzzle and get cool pictures on your mobile screen. Created for kids and loved by kids!
A new absolutely FREE entertaining game from EduKidsApps - a family-friendly app developer! Original artwork and an exciting challenge will keep your kids’ attention and also improve their motor, visual, attention, logical and memory skills.
Why this game?
If you want your kids to learn, mature and have fun at the same time, then Puzzle MasterPics is exactly for you! The child will solve fun puzzles and create wonderful pictures. Fruit, Veggies, Shapes, Vehicles (30 pictures) - polished graphics that will entice your kid into the colourful puzzle world!
How to play? The challenge of the game is in creating pictures from the various puzzles.There are three different modes in the game:
In the “Rotate puzzle” mode, the task is in rotating the puzzle pieces and completing the object. “Move puzzle” asks the kid to place the puzzle tiles in the correct order and create the picture. The famous “Sliding puzzle” (also known as 15-puzzle) are a set of 15 tiles: the child will need to slide them and complete the whole puzzle.
What’s challenging in it?
The game has three different levels of complexity: easy, medium and high. At the easy level, a child can tap on the “Eye button” and preview an image which he or she is going to complete. At the medium level there is only a contoured image available for preview. And there is no image preview mode at the hard level.
Alphabet, every AP reader’s favorite umbrella corporation for their favorite company, has posted the results of their first 2017 quarter’s earnings. Things are looking pretty good, too. Revenue and income are both up from the same period last year, ev…
Robot Unicorn Attack 3 has moved the series from pixels to polygons. That’s right, now you can enjoy this quirky endless runner in all three dimensions.
Adult Swim Games have just released Robot Unicorn Attack 3. If you are not familiar with the franchise, this is an endless runner that stars a robotic unicorn with a constant rainbow flowing out of its backside. Suffice to say, this fits in well with Adult Swim’s stylized humor.
Is it worth buying the new Samsung Galaxy S8? Well, I’ve decided to buy it and in this articles, I share my reasons with you.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
I am sure everyone here remembers the game Draw Something. It was a Pictionary-like game released on Android in 2012 by the developer OMGPOP. For years I had wondered why Pictionary didn’t cash in on the popularity Draw Something had capitalized on. Now I have to question whether it would have been best to leave well enough alone this late in the game.
Now don’t get me wrong, there is some fun to be had with Pictionary.
Better late than never, an officially licensed Pictionary game is out on the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
The Facebook app and Messenger are commonly criticized for being too large and consuming too many resources. For people in emerging markets with less powerful devices, that can be an issue, which led Facebook to develop Facebook Lite and Messenger Lite. Now, Messenger Lite will be available to download in 150 more countries. Probably not in ‘Murica, though.
Making sure that everyone can have a great experience with Messenger irrespective of the age of their smartphone is very…
Facebook is making Messenger Lite available in 150 more countries, but probably not the US was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
We all have our secrets, and it seems Android is no exception to this rule. Here are some secret Android functions that can help you in your everyday life.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
Google has come up with a myriad of ways to help you discover content on Google+, and today you can add one more to the list. “Topics” are streams of curated content like people, communities, and collections. They appear in a special Topic card, which some of you might have seen before.
The Topics card links to things Google estimates you have some interest in, and there are hundreds of Topics already available in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Google+ adds recommended ‘Topics’ to your home stream was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
The story you were told is a lie. The Galaxy S8 doesn’t mean redemption for Samsung — it simply means more of the same.
There’s definitely something about being reminded that the Emperor has no clothes. Maybe it was because I was midway through my own little take on the Galaxy S8. … It’s a beautiful piece of glass and software, the phone Samsung needed to make — the phone it had to make — bringing it back from the fiery depths like a Phoenix rising from the ashes to return the company to glory and …
That’s not what the Galaxy S8 is, at all. It’s a really good smartphone, made by a really good company. Just like the phones it made last year. And the year before that. And the year before that.
To fulfill the “redemption” narrative, the Galaxy S8 needs to do only one thing — not explode in very small numbers.
That’s not a particularly high bar, especially given that Samsung eventually figured out what went wrong in the Galaxy Note 7….
This is a bit of perplexing news. Automatic, maker of car monitoring software and hardware, has just announced that it has sold itself to SiriusXM, subscription-based provider of satellite radio. The connection between the two companies’ services migh…
One of the bummers about buying electronic devices is that you know there will be a point after which the manufacturer will no longer keep the software updated. We usually hope for at least two years when talking about smartphones, though some OEMs barely even reach half that time. One of the benefits to buying Google’s phones nowadays is that the company now maintains a page where you can see the end-of-life for those devices.
Google adds the Pixels to its end-of-life support page was written by the awesome team at Android Police.