End the work week on a high note by enjoying a Lobster Tale or some addictive games with todays AppsGoneFree collection.
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Numble Premium ($2.99 Free, 43.8 MB): A tactical numbers game where you must be the first player to place all of your tiles on the board. Its ideal for friends and family who enjoy competing with each other.
Numble is familiar yet unique, which makes it easy to pick up and play. Each player begins with 14 numbered tiles in their rack. Players take turns placing tiles on the board in order to create new sets or add to already established ones. A set is any collection of three or more tiles that are either consecutive numbers with same color or those of the same number with different colors. Players are also allowed to manipulate tiles and utilize wild cards, which makes things even more crazy.
Numble Premium is available for free today only (01/23). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.
Fin Friends ($0.99 Free, 51.5 MB): Help Ruby the fish rescue his friends from the evil Blowfish Gang in this endless distance game. Its ideal for those who enjoy casual games like Tiny Wings.
Tap the screen to cause Ruby to swim and release to dive. The controls couldnt possibly be easier to master. Rip open nets to save your friends and increase your multiplier. Collect stars while swimming and complete objectives to unlock new characters and power-ups. The game includes fantastic claymation-style art, randomly generated obstacles, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.
Fin Friends is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 139 ratings.
Lost Yeti ($1.99 Free, 14.1 MB): Lead the little yeti home by clearing his path in this sliding puzzle game. Its perfect for anyone who enjoys casual retro games.
Lost Yeti looks, feels, and sounds just like an original Nintendo game, and thats definitely a good thing. The characters are simply adorable as is the art style. The object of the game is to slide blocks of ice in and out of the yetis way in order to safely guide him to his ice cream treats and eventually the exit. Things ramp up pretty quickly as new obstacles and enemies are introduced. The game includes three big worlds to explore, 60 levels, and 8-bit music.
Lost Yeti is available for free today only (01/23). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 1507 ratings.
Lobster Tale – Children’s Book and Game ($1.99 Free, 44.2 MB): An original and highly immersive digital storybook about a hapless chef who is trying to save his fathers restaurant from foreclosure. Older children will enjoy the colorful cartoon-like animations and hilarious story.
Lobster Tale is one truly unique story. Its narrated by Eugene Mirman of the Emmy winning cartoon, Bobs Burgers. As your child listens to the tale and follows along with the text, theyre able to interact with all kinds of objects and characters on the screen. Theres also a lobster catching game that they can enjoy after the story is over along with an actual lobster bisque recipe. The app is totally free of in-app purchases and outside links, so you can feel totally comfortable handing off your iDevice for your child to enjoy.
Lobster Tale – Children’s Book and Game is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 10 ratings.
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