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Stickman Wallpaper Brings Pixelated Warriors Together In Mortal Cartoon Combat

Live wallpapers are awesome. The problem is that so many of the offerings available are, well, not. Yes, flowers are certainly pretty, and meandering fish can be quite relaxing, but they just aren't awesome. If I'm going to waste some of my battery life powering an excessive animated background that I'll generally only really see when using my phone as a clock, I want it to get my juices pumping.

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Sunday App And Game Sales: Stealth Chopper, Hundreds, Stickman Wallpaper, And Loud Crow Children's Books

It's Sunday. You shouldn't be reading your go-to Android site, you should be spending time with your children. But since you are reading this, you might as well grab some cheap children's book apps from Loud Crow Interactive for when you feel like seeing them again. Unless you don't have children, in which case you can get some cheap games and a sweet live wallpaper instead. Or I suppose you could do both.

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Pixel Fleet Live Wallpaper Wages War On Your Home Screen

The Pixel Fleet live wallpaper gives you a reason to visit your home screen besides switching between apps. There's a war being waged out there, and you get a front row seat. Lasers will be fired, lives will be lost, and explosions will brighten the sky. There's a lot of entertainment here for a download that looks like a game and smells like a game, but isn't.

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Pixel Fleet pits two factions against each other.

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Kittehface Software Releases Photosphere Live Wallpaper, Gives Your 'Spheres Another Practical Use

Haven't you been waiting for something better to do with your photospheres than just uploading them to Google+ for other people to enjoy? Thanks to Photosphere Live Wallpaper, you can finally place them front-and-center on your home screen. The idea is simple, a live wallpaper that uses your spherical photography as a background. It's one of those ideas we've all thought of, but until now, has remained absent from the Play Store.

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DualBoot Games' Latest Live Wallpaper Brings The Forest To Your Homescreen

If you just can't get enough of the calm, serene, zen-filled scenery of the deep forest, DualBoot Games' latest live wallpaper should help get your inner peace in check. Simply called Forest HD, this live wallpaper brings that famous DBG quality to your homescreen once again. Take a look:

At the current time there are only a couple of themes included, but several more, including a Field Pack, Stream Pack, and Customization Pack are "coming soon."

Forest HD will set you back $0.99, but if you're a fan of live wallpapers, this one is a must-have.

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Flash Back To '80s Claymation Cartoons With A Pair Of Plasticine Live Wallpapers

If you were a kid during the 80s, or you just happen to spend too much time watching Cartoon Network, then you've seen claymation - the art of stop-motion video with molded clay and any other odd objects laying around the house. It's time to recall those days with Plasticine Jungle and Plasticine Ocean by developer Kolesov & Mikhaylov. These live wallpapers bring us back to our youth with brightly colored shapes and uncanny textures.

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Disney Releases Toy Story: Andy's Room LWP, Lets You Explore The Iconic Bedroom With Fun Mini Games And Dynamic Scenes

If you love Toy Story, you probably already jumped on the new game Smash It! If that's not enough Toy Story action for you (or your kid), Disney just pushed out a brand new live wallpaper that lets you explore Andy's bedroom. Appropriately enough, it's called Toy Story: Andy's Room. 

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It's more than just a live wall, though – it's packed with fun mini-games, including falling army men and darts.

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Are You A System Info Junkie? Get It All On Your Homescreen With 'Device Info Live Wallpaper'

Back in the day, I used to use Samurize or RainMeter on my Windows machines to output the current system info on the desktop. That way, if something started acting funky, I would have an idea of where to start looking – if RAM was starting to get full, closing a couple of larger programs would usually fix the issue. If the CPU was peaking, then I could easily fire up the Task Manager and kill the culprit, proving that violence sometimes is the answer.

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[App Roundup] Our Top Six Favorite New Apps To Check Out From January 2013

January, like most months, had plenty in the way of new apps and games. We've already published our list of the top five games from last month, so it only seems right that we follow up with the month's best apps.

From backup utilities to social/RPG/motivational fitness apps, January 2013 had something for everyone. In the interest of saving our readers time, energy, and perhaps some money, we've rounded up the six very best apps every Android user should know about from the past month.

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[New App] Tiny Phone People Live Wallpaper Lets You Live Out Your 'Rear Window' Fantasies

It's not often that we see a live wallpaper that's interesting enough to feature all on its own, but Tiny Phone People fits the bill. This elaborate wallpaper makes your phone a window into the tiny life of one diminutive denizen, as he or she makes their way around the house. The wallpaper gives you a cutaway view of their living place, not unlike a modified version of The Sims... or a certain Hitchcock classic.

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