Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 2nd Feb 2014 13:18 UTC

Every game that is featured on this site is either completely free with no advertising, has a one time up front cost or one time IAP to unlock the full content ad free. All screenshots are from a Nexus 7 2013, full sized and un-cropped.

For your game to be considered please make sure the game is aesthetically pleasing and controls well on a touchscreen (no ports that were originally designed to be played with controllers). Games must also support proper full screen scaling (no letterboxing) and HD graphics for tablets.

With mobile gaming torn to shreds by scummy in-application purchasing, this is a great initiative.

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RE: Comment by iangibson
by Bobthearch on Tue 4th Feb 2014 06:01 UTC in reply to "Comment by iangibson"
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A big part of the problem is also the widespread public expectation that games should cost under $5.

Well to be fair, how much should a game cost? One that's made to play on a 4" screen, contains no packaging or physical media, and is relatively simple? To be blunt, most Android app games aren't exactly Quake or Star Wars Battlefront.

I am genuinely curious what you think. $5 or less seems about right to me.

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