Analysts say Android device owners buy far fewer apps than iPhone owners but at least one game in today’s fresh list should make you open the ol’ wallet. Beyond Ynth HD is a physics puzzler that arrives to rave reviews after a year in the making. Read more about it below.
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Space Conquest ($0.99)
SOS! Save Our Solar system! Alien invaders aim to destroy all life, so you must design and assemble a defensive space station. Create a modularized fleet from over 15 different space warships, and then attach them in the most strategic way to fight off the enemy.
Use the onscreen controls to maneuver your station and direct the weapons. Physics-based combat means ships can be partially destroyed and explosions can take out objects around them. Zoom in for details of this beautifully rendered space battle.
Beyond Ynth HD ($3.99)
It’s a bug’s life! Little Kribi must bring light back to Kriblonia but to do that, he’ll need to navigate a huge set of challenging obstacles and light-giving Dazzly Diamonds from the Four Dark Spiders of the Apocalypse.
Help the bug face down, burning hot deserts, slippery ice ramps, foggy forests, even erupting volcanoes. Jump, slide, and tilt your way past tricky obstacles toward the surprising solutions.
In this age of copycat mobile games, the initial rave reviews of this much anticipated physics puzzle say it’s consistently original.