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Apps That
Went Free on
2019-01-31

Tap your way to victory, travel through a parallel universe, and try to become the richest broker on Wall Street with today’s collection of apps and games.

Vertigo - Binaural Beats
iPhone
iPad
Vertigo - Binaural Beats

Vertigo - Binaural Beats

Volkan Kutlubay

Travel through a parallel universe in Vertigo.

Fans of one-touch games.

FREE ($1.99) For a limited time FREE ($1.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Vertigo provides a zen-like gaming experience with its addictive gameplay and soothing soundtrack. The object of the game is to guide the glowing dot safely through the obstacle-filled courses while collecting other dots. Simply place your finger anywhere on the screen and swipe to move the dot. One collision with an obstacle and it’s game over. The dots collected can be used to unlock additional themes.

You play games as a way to relax.

High scores games aren’t your thing.

Comish: Stock Market Simulator
iPhone
iPad
Comish: Stock Market Simulator

Comish: Stock Market Simulator

Opposite Lock Entertainment

Become the richest broker on Wall Street in Comish.

Casual gamers.

FREE ($0.99) For a limited time FREE ($0.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

The year is 1987, and Wall Street is calling your name. Take the money from your clients and swing for the fences with the aim of becoming crazy rich. You’re able to buy and sell shares in 11 fictional companies, and use breaking news to help make informed investment decisions. Participate in weekly “Invest-A-Contest” tournaments to win Amazon gift cards.

You enjoy games of chance.

You prefer more depth and strategic elements in your casual games.

Taps: Beautifully Simple
iPhone
iPad
Taps: Beautifully Simple

Taps: Beautifully Simple

Russell King

Tap your way to victory in Taps.

Fans of casual puzzle games.

$1.99 $1.99
Why we picked this?

The beauty of Taps is in its simplicity. It features four different playing styles, all of which follow the same basic rule of tapping tiles to recreate a grid of numbers. Tap once to increase the value of a tile and its adjacent tiles. Tap again to decrease. That’s really all there is to it. The game includes four playing styles, 400 levels, and an infinite number of custom games.

You want to relax as you game. It’s totally chill.

You prefer the thrill of competition.