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PBA Bowling 2 Amazon Free App of the Day

Amazon is at it again and today the FREE App of the Day is PBA Bowling 2. For all you bowling fans or people that just want to throw some balls down a lane Amazon has you covered yet again. Usually priced at $2.99 being the freebie for today is a nice treat. Great graphics and some pretty neat physics when you get that ball rolling fast enough it is worth the download that is for sure.

Yumsters App Review [Amazon Free App of the Day]

If you do decide you still love Amazon after the re-revelation from yesterday you may all have heard about, there's a free app waiting for you by the name of Yumsters. This app is a strategy game that will certainly remind you of your favorite childhood slam on the trigger game Hungry Hungry Hippos in that you're in control of these "Yumster" creatures and your goal is to make them eat all the fruit. What fruit, you might ask? Why, the fruit that's covering the gridded game board, of course. Oddities and strangeness abound!

Office Jerk Review [Amazon Appstore Free App of the Day]

Every once in a while there's a game that gets released to the market that's so simple that you've just got to try it, so free that there's no reason not to download it, and entertaining enough to keep around for second or even third plays. This is one of those times, this is one of those games. This is Office Jerk and there's not just a whole lot to say about it beyond explaining which tools you get to use to cause chaos and destruction for yes, you guessed it, that jerk in the office.

Amazon App Store give Pac-Man for free today

If you are an Android smartphone user that likes to play games and has a soft spot for the retro variety, the free game on the Amazon App Store will be appealing. For today the free game of the day is the retro classic Pac-Man. I know many geeks around in the 80's cut their gaming teeth on that arcade game. The only downside to me with this game is that the virtual joystick isn't my favorite control method. Typically, this game sells for 99 cents and what you are getting for free is the full version of the game, not some limited version. If you don’t like the virtual joystick, you can swap it to the flick mode. I hate the flick mode even more though; our pal Pac-Man never seems the change direction when I want him to using that control method. Apparently, the trick is to flick just before the turn you want to make. Go download this game right now and save yourself a buck to put towards something else. [via Gottabemobile]

Plants VS Zombies Review [Amazon App Store Free App of the Day]

Well would you look at that? Plants vs Zombies is out! It's been on Apple's iOS for what seems like forever and it's finally lumbered its undead self on over to our favorite mobile platform, Android! And, following the example of Rovio's Angry Birds RIO before it, Popcap has decided to release Plants VS Zombies on the Amazon Appstore first, it being free for the entire day today, today being May 31st, 2011. We've got a mini review of the game right here, too!

Angry Birds RIO gets an update next week

Rovio has reported on their Facebook page that Angry Birds RIO is getting an update this week. The update, whatever comes after "Jungle Escape," will unlock some sweet new features including "marmoset mauling action" and it'll have many "juicy secrets" to discover. The update is being released a little later than expected, much to the chagrin of gamers who have been chomping at the bit and complaining about it's slipped release date. But they can rejoice that it will be followed by three more chapters of the Angry Birds Rio game to be released on or about July, October, and November of 2011.

Free App at Amazon: Collapse

Today's free app of the day at the Amazon App Store for Android is Collapse. Originally released as a PC game by Real Networks, Collapse is an intense spin on block clearing games. The game also adds a role playing flavor to it. Users can play seven quick game modes including Classic, Relapse, Strategy, Puzzle, Panic Attack, Continuous, and Countdown. There's also a play quest mode.

Droid Incredible blowing out for a Penny at Amazon

Amazon is blowing out their inventory of HTC Droid Incredible phones for .01 with a two year deal. The sale is obviously to make some room since, as we reported today, the Droid Incredible 2 will be hitting the portal on Thursday. Now sure, users looking for a new phone may not mind laying out $199 for the latest Incredible 2. But considering it's essentially using the same processor and comes with a $25 app credit from Amazon, how can you complain?

Amazon promotes Android with app money

Amazon is joining forces with Verizon to offer $25 to spend in the Amazon App Store for Android with the purchase of a Verizon Android Device. The promotion begins tomorrow and will run all week. The offer is valid only on Verizon phones including the HTC Thunderbolt, which Amazon recently dropped to $129.99 with a two year deal. The promotion will certainly drive traffic to it's new AppStore but will also give a boost to Amazon's Wireless portal and the Verizon 4G phone which has been cut in price more than once.
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