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Today’s Apps Gone Free: 1979 Revolution, Little Rippers, Albert and More

Today’s Apps Gone Free: 1979 Revolution, Little Rippers, Albert and More

App Bargain Bin
July 2, 2017

Make decisions that’ll change the fates of those around you, blow your friends away with a new sticker pack, and follow Albert through his entire day with today’s collection of apps and games.

All app prices are subject to change at any time and without notice regardless of stated free duration. Price changes are solely under the control of the developers.

Universal:

Little Rippers – Stickers ($0.99 → Free, 22.8 MB): Blow your friends away with Little Rippers. Those who enjoy collecting stickers.

Little Rippers provides lowbrow fun. The stars of the show are four little critters who express themselves through passing some gas. The 60 animated stickers will help you share emojis, common sayings, and some colorful artwork in a rather unique way. Just peel and stick.

Little Rippers – Stickers is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 6 ratings.

Division Flashcard Match Games for Kids in 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade ($2.99 → Free, 43.9 MB): An educational game that actually makes building math skills and learning to divide fun. Children in grades second through fourth.

Division Flashcard Match Games is loaded with positive reinforcement. It will help your child learn to divide by having them play a variety of memory matching games. You’re able to choose the best number range for your child’s skill level, but no matter which you choose your child will be able to hear the numbers and equations as they are touched. After each round, they’ll receive positive feedback and balloon popping rewards. Hints are available along the way, and “Show Me” and “Peek” features make it even easier for young learners to enjoy.

Division Flashcard Match Games for Kids in 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 10 ratings.

1979 Revolution: A Cinematic Adventure Game ($4.99 → Free, 1.9 GB): Make decisions that’ll change the fates of those around you in 1979 Revolution. Those looking for an adventure.

1979 Revolution is like being dropped into a documentary film. You play as Reza, a photojournalist who gets caught up in the uprising against the Iranian king. As the adventure unfolds, you’ll have to make choices that’ll change the outcome of everyone involved, take photos and compare them to archival pictures, and listen to more than 80 real stories straight out of Iran. The settings will draw you in, and the characters will keep you glued to your seat.

1979 Revolution: A Cinematic Adventure Game is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 162 ratings.

The Shadow Sun ($2.99 → Free, 823.7 MB): Enter a world being driven into darkness in The Shadow Sun. Fans of story-driven RPGs.

The sun’s brilliant face is slowly being covered by an alien force, and the ancient city of Shar is being driven into darkness. Grab your trusty sword and head out on an adventure to discover what’s behind this mysterious plague. The game allows you to create your own male or female character, and customize their attributes and appearance. Explore 70 unique areas, uncover 200 items, find hidden secrets, interact with NPCs, and even adopt a faithful dog companion to fight by your side. All in all, you’ll find about 10 hours of gameplay here.

The Shadow Sun is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 195 ratings.

Albert ($2.99 → Free, 167.0 MB): Follow Albert through his entire day filled with little adventures in this arcade game. It’s actually collection of 20 mini-games that play out over Albert’s wacky day. Anyone looking for a quick gaming fix filled with different ways to interact.

We really enjoyed Albert thanks to its unique art style and methods of interaction. The game features a charming paper art style that provides Albert with even more character. Each of the mini-games require you to do something different, whether that’s tapping to turn off alarm clocks or tilting to steer a vehicle. The best part is, none of the mini-games are complicated, and you can just jump right in.

Albert is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 3751 ratings.

That concludes today’s issue of Apps Gone Free. If you like staying on top of these daily deals, don’t forget to check out our free AppsGoneFree app. It provides all the deals each day, and even an archive of past deals that are still active.

Developers:

If you are a developer who would like to get your app included in our “Apps Gone Free” daily lists, here’s our basic set of rules:

  • It must have at least a three-star average rating at the time it goes free.
  • The app must not have been free numerous times (3+) over the last six months.
  • The free version of your app must not include ads.

To submit an app, simply send a request to [email protected] with the subject “Apps Gone Free.” Please include the name of the app, a link to it in the App Store, when and for how long you intend to offer the app for free, and anything else you would like to share. We will take it from there.

Mentioned apps

Free
Albert
Albert
Fingerlab
Free
Little Rippers – Stickers
Little Rippers – Stickers
Alexander Lowenstein
Free
Division Flashcard Match Games for Kids in 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade
Division Flashcard Match Games for Kids in 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade
Eggroll Games LLC
Free
1979 Revolution: A Cinematic Adventure Game
1979 Revolution: A Cinematic Adventure Game
iNK Stories
Free
The Shadow Sun
The Shadow Sun
Ossian Studios Inc.

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