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35 temporarily free and 28 on-sale apps and games for Wednesday

Welcome to Wednesday, everyone, the week is halfway over, and so it's time again to check out the current sales on the Google Play Store. There are a plethora of free wallpaper apps available today, and anything that really stands out I've highlighted in bold to make discovery easier. Of course, this is a short list today, so if you're looking for a sales roundup with some meat on it, don't forget to check out Monday's sales.

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Out There: Oceans of Time is the next sci-fi roguelike from Mi-Clos Studio, coming to Android in 2020

Back in March of 2014 our own Ryan Whitwam took the original release of Out There for a spin, and he came away impressed with the fledgling sci-fi roguelike. Eventually, the game was reworked to improve its graphics and add extra content. This version is known as Out There: Ω Edition, and the developer Mi-Clos Studio has announced that its sequel will be coming to Android in the winter of 2020. This title is known as Out There: Oceans of Time, and supposedly it will offer a much more ambitious game that brings along many new features to the series.

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LEGO Star Wars Battles FTP strategy game coming to Android in 2020

The latest Star Wars movie should arrive in theaters at the tail end of 2019, and so it makes sense that Warner Bros, LEGO, and Lucasfilm would want to capitalize on the film with a new mobile strategy game slated to arrive on the Play Store sometime in 2020. This title is called LEGO Star Wars Battles, and it's specifically designed for mobile devices to blend LEGO Star Wars characters, vehicles, and locations with real-time 1v1 multiplayer battles.

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63 temporarily free and 66 on-sale apps and games for Labor Day

Welcome to Monday, everyone. Today is indeed Labor Day, and so I'm sure many of our readers have the day off. So what better way to celebrate a day of no work by downloading a bunch of apps and games that are currently on sale. I've highlighted all of the standouts in bold, to make discovery more manageable, so go ahead and dig in, as these sales won't last forever.

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24 best new Android games released this week including Pokémon Masters, Stranger Things 3: The Game, and Men in Black: Global Invasion

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today I have a free-to-play Pokémon game from DeNA, a new premium Stranger Things action-adventure game, and a Pokémon GO clone with a Men in Black theme. So without further ado, here are the most notable games released this week.

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37 temporarily free and 49 on-sale apps and games for the Labor Day weekend

August is just about done, it's a holiday weekend here in the US, and I have a big list of app sales to celebrate. There are some goodies here, like the Reigns games, so have at it, have fun, and have an excellent weekend.

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Stranger Things 3: The Game has finally arrived on Android

For those that haven't been following closely, Stranger Things 3 The Game was released on consoles and PC back in July. The title serves duty as a sequel for Stranger Things: The Game, a mobile release that was offered for free and played a heck of a lot like a classic action-RPG. It was one of our favorite releases in 2017, and now that the sequel has made its way to Android, it's time to revisit Hawkins and save the world one more time.

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[Update: Coming Sept. 30] League of Wonderland is a new strategy battle game from Sega, and it's available for pre-registration

League of Wonderland is a strategy game themed around fairy tales, historical figures, and popular myths to create an ensemble cast where players use hero cards to defeat their opponent's tower within a 2-minute timespan, much like Clash Royale. It will be up to you to lead your characters to victory to become the best player in the League of Wonderland.

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Pokémon Masters has landed on Android, filled with loot boxes and IAPs

Pokémon Masters has arrived, and while the release was slightly unexpected, the date falls in line with the previously announced summer-release window. Of course, this isn't a mainline Pokémon game, since it comes from DeNA, the same company behind Nintendo's Fire Emblem Heroes and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. As expected, Pokémon Masters is a free-to-play release packed with in-app purchases and loot boxes, and this time around, instead of collecting adorable creatures, you'll spend your time collecting trainers to play through 3v3 battles, similar in style to the many MARVEL Strike Force clones already available on the Play Store.

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