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22 Best New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (7/1/14 - 7/15/14)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so.

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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

EDITOR'S NOTE: A separate roundup for Android Wear apps, Wear-enabled apps, and watch faces is coming soon.

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[New Game] Strangely Popular Facebook Game And Minecraft Clone iLands Comes To Android

What's that? Minecraft? Oh goodness, no. That's iLands, which is totally different. It's insanely popular on Facebook with over one million active players and over 100k Likes. Yeah, I'm as shocked as you, but now it's on Android too.

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Tuesday App And Game Sales: Today Calendar Pro, Plex, Ultimate Dynamic Navbar, And More

We usually wait until there are a few more sales active than there are today, but Today Calendar is a thing people really like, and it's only on sale for today. So without further ado, here are several sales.

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Monday App And Game Sales: Anomaly 2, My Backup Pro, Iesabel, And More

It's Monday, and that means it's back to the rat races for a significant portion of the world's population. We can make it a little better by equipping you with some neat apps and games at reasonable prices. They're not going to alleviate the crushing burden of your responsibilities, but at least you can save some money.

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[New Game] Halfbrick's Fish Out Of Water Comes To Android, Judged Best Game Ever By A Panel Of Crabs

Throwing fish doesn't usually come up much as a game mechanic, but that's essentially the entire premise in Fish Out Of Water from Halfbrick Studios. You might remember Halfbrick as the developer behind Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, but now it has moved on to fish. All you have to do is throw fish across the screen, but it's strangely addictive.

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[New Game] Spectacular Platformer Leo's Fortune Is Live In The Play Store

It wasn't supposed to drop until tomorrow, but Leo's Fortune has just gone live in the Play Store. In case you missed the review today, this is a fantastic action platformer with some clever puzzles and amazing graphics. Oh, and no in-app purchases.

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[New Game] Team17 Resurrects Its 1993 Platformer Classic Superfrog On Android

You probably know Team17 as the game developer behind the massively popular Worms franchise. That's not all Team17 has ever done, though. Back in 1993 it produced a much lauded platformer in the vein of Sonic or Mario Bros. called Superfrog. It was overshadowed by Worms, which came out in 1995, but fans of the miraculous amphibian will be happy to know the game is back.

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Superfrog includes 24 levels (plus boss battles) across six different worlds as you try to save the princess from the (allegedly) evil witch.

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Leo's Fortune Review: An Action Platformer To Treasure

Being completely covered in blue (or greenish blue, whatever) fur is not enough for Leo, the protagonist fluffball in Leo's Fortune – he also has a stylish mustache. Leo was a well-off ball of fuzz when suddenly bam. All his gold was stolen. The thief made one mistake, though. A trail of coins could lead Leo to his fortune, but only if you can navigate this lush world brimming with danger.

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Tuesday App And Game Sales: The Room Two, SportsTracker Pro, Blazing Star, And More

It's nice to buy apps and support hardworking developers, even if the app is on sale. That's what we've got here – apps on sale. Loosen those purse strings and get ready to support some developers.

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[New Game] Fightback Fights Its Way Into The Play Store After Beating Up On iOS

Button-mashing beat 'em up games aren't super-common on mobile devices because there aren't really buttons to mash. Fightback makes it work by translating a flurry of taps and swipes into punches and kicks. Are there bad guys on the screen? Yes? Just tap all the things. It seemed to work pretty well on iOS, where Fightback was rather popular.

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