Simple but addictive!
Great fun! Quite different from other tower defence games I tried. Just can't stop!
If only every granny was this cool. Controls are easy to use, game is super fun and quickly addictive, and it's a great way to spend some down time. Plus, it only costs a buck.
Everyone loves this game and for good reason - classic, fun, and good for all ages. The ad is annoying, but otherwise the game is just like the original (minus the bright orange gun).
There's not much more I can say that everyone else hasn't already said. Great app, especially on long driving trips when you're unfamiliar with the local gas stations. Download now if you want to save some dough.
It's the RPG that started it all for many fans, including myself, but despite it's nostalgia factor there's a few things that make it difficult to play. There's the constant connection checks (annoying) and the black border screen display (more annoying), just to mention a few. Otherwise, classic game.
For all the old gamers who are nostalgic for classic RPGs, Final Fantasy III is as close as you can get to the good ol' days. It's just like an original FF, yet with better graphics and gameplay, and it will bring you back to those times you sat in your parent's basement for 15 hours straight. The upfront cost is a bit expensive, but it's completely worth the purchase. Highly recommended for any RPG fan, young or old!
Price Rhythm is very easy to use android app, helps me to make the right decisions.
When I want to buy a product, any product, electronics, health, household goods, groceries etc, I easily scan it's barcode or search it via Price Rhythm, and I get details personal recommendation, read product reviews, pros and cons, price comparisons and look for alternatives.
I can even ask for my friends opinion or get experts advice.
Price Rhythm saves me time and money.
I think everyone needs that king of shopping advisor app.
I've alway found these guys reliable when it comes to discovering coupon codes and they always seem to appear first in Google! Nice to see a dedicated Android app now.