Our community and I have chosen 5 apps and games for you from the numerous new one published in the Google Play Store. As it is difficult to discover the games on Google’s app store, so we hope that this determination will enable you to find what you are looking for.
Share To Computer is an application that enables you to share text, images or any file between your gadgets (phones, computers, tablets…) by QR code or from your browser. The application does not require a Wi-Fi association or Internet access. It’s open-source, free and without advertising.
Share To Computer was created by a young member of the XDA team and shines in its simplicity and practicality. You can download this app on the Play Store.
Pavilion: Touch Edition
Pavilion: Touch Edition is a game of riddles and exploration that plunges you into a strange world where you are left to yourself, without tutorials or explanations. You must then guide a character through a universe that combines reality and fantasy.
This puzzle game offers pretty graphics and has received many awards since it is has been available on iOS since 2017. Unfortunately, Pavilion: Touch Edition has a price since it will cost you a couple of bucks to play it. You can download this app on the Play Store.
Pocket Plants: Focus
If you are one of those people who are addicted to their smartphone, then Pocket Plants: Focus may help you detoxify yourself, as it is an application that wants to help reduce your connection by spending time away from your smartphone.
The more time you spend away from your device, the more water you save to grow plants. You can download this app on the Play Store.
Bear With Me
Bear With Me, the episodic point-and-click adventure game series inspired by film noir, is back with a new episode. Bear With Me: The Complete Collection, a compilation of the entire adventure game series and its prequel episode The Lost Robots, is now available on Android.
For those who don’t know it yet, the story is simple. The game features a young boy, Flint and Ted.E.Bear, a jaded teddy bear and detective, who came to life through the power of imagination. You must explore places reminiscent of the film noir genre, solve puzzles, and interview the city’s citizens to find clues. You can download this app on the Play Store.
Who doesn’t know Doom? This absolute classic first-person shooter game, the first part of which was released in December 1993, celebrates its 25th anniversary with the reissue of the first DOOM, including the Thy Flesh Consumed extension, on Android. FPS fans will be delighted to shoot horrible creatures in a lost territory.
So, what do you say about a little DOOM in your life once again?You should also know that DOOM II is additionally accessible if you still want to kill demons. You can download this app on the Play Store.
Have you seen some other interesting new apps this week?