Today’s list features quite a few puzzle games, an app for the car junkies out there, a top-down racer and more.
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Psychoban ($1.99 -> Free): A 3D Sokoban-like puzzle game where you must push crates around levels in order to open the doors. Pushing the crates is done by simply tapping the crate, and then tapping where you want it to go. Try not to push crates into corners, but if you do, you can always use undo. The game features a total of 50 levels, two modes of play and OpenFeint integration.
Psychoban is available for free today only (8/17). It has a three-and-a-half-star rating, and a total of 50 ratings.
Allergies Attack ($.99 -> Free): Fly around in your little airplane and shoot down the allergy causing enemies. The game features an on-screen joystick to pilot your craft, and you can fire at the baddies by tapping in their direction. The game also features multiple environments, and three different difficulty modes.
Allergies Attack is available for free for a limited time. It has a five-star rating, and a total of six ratings.
LilRacerz Pro Rally ($.99 -> Free): A top-down racer that features on-screen controls, 17 tracks, four environments, drifting physics, retro graphics, three levels of difficulty, coins to collect so you can upgrade your vehicle, ramps and an interesting twist, squishable spectators! The game features Crystal integration as well in order to provide online leaderboards.
LilRacerz Pro Rally is available for free today only (8/17). It has a three-and-a-half-star rating, and a total of 50 ratings.
iPentris ($.99 -> Free): It’s like Tetris, only the pieces are much more complicated and difficult to fit together. Tap to spin the pieces; touch and drag to move. You can swipe down to place a piece, or you can hit the drop button. The game features online leaderboards as well.
iPentris is available for free for a limited time. It has a three-star rating, and a total of seven ratings.
Black Sheep ($.99 -> Free): A 3D puzzle game where you place modifiers all over the map in order to get your sheep out of the feedlot. You only receive a limited number of modifiers to complete your task, but you can place them at your own pace since you must hit “Go” to make your sheep move through the course.
Black Sheep is available for free for a limited time. It has a four-star rating, and a total of 14 ratings.
Sports Car Engines 2: Muscle vs. Import ($.99 -> Free): Displays statistical information for 98 cars and engines, and images of the cars themselves. Contains cars from manufacturers like Chevrolet, Dodge, Lexus, Infiniti and more. You can also choose to hear engine sounds; and even request a car to be added to the list.
Sports Car Engines 2 is available for free for a limited time. It has a four-and-a-half-star rating, and a total of seven ratings.
DodgeDot ($.99 -> Free): An oddly unique game where you are required to drag colored dots to their corresponding goal in order to remove them from the board and move on to the next level. The catch is that dots of different colors can not collide with each other, and they also can’t collide with a different color goal. You can, however, join dots of the same color to earn bonus points. The game also features a rich online community.
DodgeDot is available for free today only (8/17). It has a four-star rating, and a total of 283 ratings.
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