A new Warhammer game and the smartphone version of ‘Who Am I?’. These are the best Android apps and games from last week.
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1. Warhammer 40,000: Tacticus
Tacticus was released last week, a new game set in the Warhammer universe. The gameplay is similar to playing a board game. Players take turns making a move. For example, you can move your warrior to another place on the board (read: the battlefield), or attack an enemy.
You can play Warhammer 40,000: Tacticus not only against the computer, but also against other players. Furthermore, it is possible to join a guild and ensure that your group becomes the best in the world. There are ads in this new Warhammer game, but they aren’t as annoying as in previous installments.
2. Heads Up
Netflix comes with its own version of the popular party game ‘Wie Ben Ik?’ In Head’s Up, you hold your phone to your forehead so that others can see who you are. Because it is a Netflix game, there are references to series such as Stranger Things, Squid Game and Bridgerton.
Then you have to find out who you are by asking questions that can be answered with “Yes” or “No”. Whoever guesses who he or she is the fastest wins. Head’s Up is a nice game for in between, although the subjects are sometimes quite American, which makes it difficult to guess as a Dutch (or Belgian) person. Head’s Up is only playable for Netflix subscribers.
3. App Blocker
You actually grab your phone to send a message to a friend, but before you know it you’re on Instagram for half an hour. Does this sound familiar? Then you should give AppBlocker a try. As the name suggests, you can block (distracting) apps with this.
If you then try to start this app, you will not get further than the block screen. At least, provided you are over your daily limit. You can indicate via AppBlocker that you can only open a certain app five or ten times.
There’s no shortage of to-do lists apps, but Bento is still worth discussing. This app takes a slightly different approach by placing quality over quantity. Bento – a reference to a box to store sushi in – only room for three tasks. In addition, you have to estimate these tasks based on size: small, medium or large.
Bento then offers ways to accomplish the tasks. To do this, the app relies on methods from productivity gurus, such as the well-known ‘Eat the frog’ way. Bento is therefore more of an addition to your regular to-do list, such as Todoist or TickTick, than a replacement.
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Source: Android Planet by www.androidplanet.nl.
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