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Office Warrior

  Fast pacing 3D action game where you need to swipe incoming folders to their respective color in order to complete each level and climb your way to the top. Unlock and use power moves to help you accomplish your goal and become the ultimate…

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  • Bubble Chains

    Rating: 4.00/5 (2 votes)

       What is Bubble Chains?     Is a game that is quick, fun and easy to learn and to play! It has a very simple yet addictive gameplay that challanges abilities to think and react fast.      What are the Bubble…

  • X-Rainbow

    Rating: 3.50/5 (4 votes)

    Free those colors! Shoot away balls, blast blocks and clear levels. Sounds easy? You'll need to deal with bombs, movers and attractors, as well as evil descenders and generators. Not to mention the King - beware the mighty King! And even gravity is…

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  • JellyBalls

    Rating: 3.40/5 (193 votes)

    JellyBalls is an eye-pleasing casual game where you pop same colour balls. Enjoy multiple game modes and hours of gameplay. Compete with friends through global leaderboard. Includes 5 arcade and logical modes. The classic favourite…

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  • Connect Free

    Rating: 3.33/5 (3 votes)

    Connect all the pairs. Funny and stimulating game. With or without timer.   - 9 different levels  - 2 themes: Abstract or Sport  - 3 grid sizes   How to play?   - Remove 2 cards…

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  • Cows Don't Fly

    Rating: 3.18/5 (40 votes)

      Travel the worlds with ultra-cute Cutie, chase the stars and discover why cows don't fly! Amazing game with eye-candy graphics, catchy music and addictive gameplay.  Enjoy 15 increasingly difficult levels and two gameplay modes, all spiced…

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  • Parallel Kingdom AOT

    Rating: 3.16/5 (94 votes)

    **** BEST APP EVER AWARD nominee in 4 categories **** 1) Best MMO 2) Best Augmented Reality Game 3) Most Creative Use of iPhone Hardware 4) Best Use of Location Services…

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  • Ace 10

    Rating: 3.00/5 (2 votes)

      Ace 10 is an exciting, fast-paced, casual card-game.  The point of the game is to clear the board of cards!  You remove cards from the board by adding them up to 11 (Aces are worth 1).  There are two modes available: Normal and Timed.…

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  • Coins and Stuff

    Rating: 3.00/5 (2 votes)

    (No Ads) So many coins and SO much stuff. One game, two ways to play! Falling down the ‘Dungeon of loot’. There is no right or wrong way to play the game. Fall, avoid obstacles. You can collect everything or avoid…

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  • Fill Ink

    Rating: 2.83/5 (6 votes)

    Draw lines to prevent falling of blue inks.and Remember, only Blue Inks you have to put on the top of the pen.if your line collides with :Red Inks : All lines will be deletedBlack Inks : A black spot will obscure the view Green Inks : The Gravity…

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  • Picacross

    Rating: 2.75/5 (158 votes)

    Picacross is essentially, "Picross" for the Android platform. It is a puzzle game similar to Sudoku or Minesweeper in which you fill in a grid based on logic and numbers. The current version allows users to download puzzles made by other users and…

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  • WildTangent Games

    Rating: 2.73/5 (11 votes)

    Download the WildTangent games app and play for free (with ads) or rent/buy (no ads). Renting is a fraction of the purchase price and 100% of rental applies towards game ownership. Find games like Guitar Hero, Fruit Ninja, Doodle Jump and more.

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  • #13 TapTre

    TapTre

    Rating: 2.57/5 (7 votes)

    Tap the three balls moving on screen as fast and precise you can. You must follow the sequence, and the balls every time becomes smaller and faster. It begin easy then become insane. In this game there is also a fantastic Photo Score Chart, where…

  • Poker Swap

    Rating: 2.57/5 (114 votes)

    Poker Swap: a fresh blend of poker and puzzle game!We bet you'll get hooked! "Utterly simple, yet so addictive!""Finally a poker game for the rest of us!" 5 rows of 5 cards are dealt face-up.You…

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  • Grandma Jong

    Rating: 2.51/5 (63 votes)

    Grandma Jong is a solitaire version of Mahjong with a twist! Complete one of 8 built-in levels at 3 degrees of difficulty before the timer runs out. Each time you complete a level you progress, gain new experience and learn eternal wisdom from her.

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  • ModernFairy vs Evil Droids

    Rating: 2.50/5 (16 votes)

    Help Modern Fairy to free faryland of the EvilDroids! Features : Play with colors, memorize  and think fast!   Mode Kids: memorize and tap after! Mode Brain: see color, tap fast! Mode Super Mind : see color and tap Super fast! (blocked) Note: This…

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