Apps are at the front and center of any smartphone experience, and with over a million apps on the Google Play Store and new apps being submitted to our forums every day, staying up to date on the latest apps and games can be a hassle. At XDA, we don’t discriminate apps - if it’s interesting, innovative, original or useful, we mention them. The XDA Portal Team loves apps too, and we usually share and discuss the latest app releases...
Dust for Android
If you like puzzle type games, then you are in for a treat. XDA member fredley has provided us with a beta of his first game, Dust. The game consists of two modes: maze and “Time Attack”. The objective is to move the dust particles on the desk to the goal on the screen by pushing them with your finger. The “Maze” option will place obstacles between the goal and the mites. It is a fun and quite addictive game with very nice graphics. So, if you are up for a nice challenge, take this one for a spin. You will not be disappointed.
I’ve just got my first Android game to a reasonably stable state, though this assumption is based mostly on emulator work. I only own a N1, so I have no idea whether this app will even run smoothly on older hardware. I’d love to hear some feedback, here’s a market link and apk, enjoy!
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