Mar 12 AT 5:50 PM Dima Aryeh 9 Comments

Addictive game Threes! lands on Play Store for $1.99 with no IAPs

Threes!

Threes! is a puzzle game that has been available for iOS for quite some time, and today it has finally come to Android! The game tasks you with combining 1s and 2s as well as any other matching number. So a 1 can only be combined with 2, and other numbers like 3 and 6 can only be combined with the same number. It’s surprisingly challenging and fun, but still very easy to grasp. For a better explanation, watch the trailer below.

I’ve been playing an Android ripoff of the game called Fives. I’ve thought that as long as there is no Android version of Threes!, someone could rip it off, so long as it was free. I didn’t like Fives has in-app purchases that made money off of someone else’s idea, but it was a decent alternative with a good visual style. If you’ve downloaded Fives, you should delete it now, because the real deal is here.

Hit the widget below to download Threes! onto your Android device. It costs $1.99, but there are no in-app purchases, so that price gets you the full experience. Some have reported that the app may not work with ART, so that may be something to keep that in mind. Once you download Threes!, be sure to tell us what you think of it!

 

Via: Droid-Life

Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things tech. He does photography, is an avid phone modder (who uses an AT&T Galaxy Note II), a heavy gamer (both PC and 360), and an aspiring home mechanic. He is also an avid fan of music, especially power metal.

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  • renyo

    The little animations in this game… The soundtrack… No IAPs or ads… Brilliant! Just brilliant!

    • Guest

      For us non techies, what is ART. I keep reading complaints this this or that app doesn’t have it. Is that something on rooted phones? Of so, hard to complain when you’ve played around with your device

      • http://www.androidandme.com Dima Aryeh

        ART is an alternative runtime offered in Android 4.4 KitKat. It’s basically an alternative system to run apps. Google seems to be planning to switch to ART completely sometime in the future, abandoning the current method, so a lot of apps are supporting ART right now. It does not require root either, I’m running it on a stock Moto X.

        • Matt

          But it sounds like it’s not something necessary or default on devices currently but a choice some users are making. Does it make apps work more smoothly. Even on Nexus 5, I get crashes and force close at least ten times a day

          • http://www.androidandme.com Dima Aryeh

            It should make apps launch faster and eat less battery. I haven’t gotten a single crash using ART so far myself.

  • Guest

    For us non techies, what is ART. I keep reading complaints this this or that app doesn’t have it. Is that something on rooted phones? Of so, hard to complain when you’ve played around with your device

  • donger

    good fun game.

  • Nikhil
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