It’s not always easy to find new and interesting apps or games in the Google Play Store that are really worth downloading. Every day so much is published that most of them go unnoticed. That’s why, like every week, we show you five apps that might be of interest to you.
This game was introduced to us in the French forum by its developer. The principle is child’s play: You see several color circles on the screen and you have to tap the one that has a different color than the others. Of course, you have to be as fast as possible and you type the wrong one, you get a time penalty. When the time runs out, you have lost the game.
Very simple in theory, not so easy in practice.
In practice, of course, this is not as easy as it sounds and at the beginning still the appearance. In the course of the game, it becomes much more complicated but pleasantly challenging.
- App size: 5 MB
- Compatibility: Android 4.0.3 or higher
- Costs: Free
The connection between this app and Japan, to which the title refers, may not be the most obvious, but it’s about Japanese art. The application adds special filters to your photos to make them look like Japanese artists like Hokusai or Hiroshige. You can choose from a large number of filters, of which not everyone is suitable for all scenes.
Everyone has their own style!
- App size: 38 MB
- Compatibility: Android 6.0 or higher
- Costs: Free
In many ways, SenSense presents itself as an original game. First and foremost: It is not played alone, but with 3 players together, so you must have two friends on hand or communicate over the Internet in image and sound. Hints appear in the game itself and players must communicate with each other to find a solution to various tasks.
One of you hears a cat, the other a dog, the third sees this screen: How to play it all in the right order with a deaf, a blind man and a dumb?
The problem: one player is deaf, the other blind and the last one dumb, so the communication is more than difficult. Worse, you have time pressure. It’s a fun and very interesting game to play with family or friends, unlike the concepts of classic single or multiplayer modes.
- App size: 37 MB
- Compatibility: Android 4.1 or higher
- Cost: Free with in-app purchases
As the name implies, the app gives you graphics and numbers about the different sensors on your smartphone. Whether it is the brightness of the screen, the battery, the temperature, the compass or something else like the main memory.
The application gives you the ability to monitor the status in real time, the course over a day or even the month. So maybe not for the “normal” user, but for one or the other geek or curious.
- App size: 3 MB
- Compatibility: Android 4.4 or higher
- Costs: Free
Linn: Path of Orchards
In Linn: Path of Orchards you play a white-haired woman and your goal is to move from one point on the map to the other. But you run around with your character, jumps, catapults you in the air and tries on the way to the goal to race the collection points. The laws of physics are not really there in this game: the environment is spinning in all directions and your character can make jumps that would be a sensation at the Olympics. But the game is fun and that’s the main thing.