The Return of Angry Birds and Reading Friends’ Dreams. All that and more in this weekly roundup of the best Android apps and games.
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1. Angry Birds
Angry Birds is back. The first part of the well-known series, in which you have to destroy each other’s establishments by catapulting birds, was released in 2009 for the iPhone. Later, the game was brought to other platforms, including Android, with many more parts to follow. However, these successors never got as good as the original.
That is why Rovio has re-released the first part. The negative news is that the polished reissue costs money. So you pay 0.99 euros for a game that is more than ten years old. On the plus side: Angry Birds still plays great. You can get started with more than 390 levels, so plenty of fun.
The rise of podcasts is unstoppable. Major players such as Spotify have faith in audio shows and it was recently announced that Dag en Nacht Media, the largest podcast publisher in the Netherlands, has been taken over by the Danish Podimo. In this busy landscape it is therefore difficult to make an impression as a new app, but Supercasts succeeds quite well.
Supercasts is a very complete podcast app. You can of course download shows offline, but also create bookmarks, for example. With this you can easily find short (audio) pieces from your favorite podcast later. In addition, the app is completely free for now. In the future you will need a subscription for Supercasts, the maker has already announced.
The name already gives it away: Dreamer is all about what happens between the sheets, but differently. The app can best be described as a social network for dreams. The idea is simple. After waking up, describe what you dreamed about that night. Then you can keep this dream to yourself, or make it public.
If you choose the latter, other users can read your dream and possibly leave a comment. That is of course very nice, but at the moment there are only a few active profiles on Dreamer. When that changes, the app really becomes meaningful.
4. Puzzle Adventure
Don’t be misled by the uninspiring name: Puzzle Adventure is anything but generic. The game is packed with unique puzzles where you have to link different disciplines together. From spatial insight, estimation to an eye for detail: being able to reason logically will go a long way.
The story of Puzzle Adventure is quite nice, but in the end it’s all about the puzzles. The graphics are also worth mentioning. The game is fully 3D and takes you through a variety of locations, including a haunted house, secret tombs and supernatural worlds. Puzzle Adventure is free, but does offer in-app purchases.
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