Duet for Android

We've got another week's worth of new Android app releases for you! These are the best we've been able to find: five great Android games and five great Android apps.

There are plenty of strategy games this go-around, but also a little something for those in business and something else for photographers. Intrigued? Let's dive in.

 

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Best Android apps and games of the week: Duet, NFL Now and more!

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$15 is a lot of money for an Android game, but Dragon Warrior games are literally the best thing in the genre and worth every penny and I already bought it.

Besides this, Duet looks like a cool, new type of game that really deserves a download as well.

Can't wait to try both!

Its better than most free with IAP's. I rather spend that one time fee. Instead of paying to just progress forward 2 steps at a time.

To be brutally honest, it's not been a super week for apps, but it's been a fantastic week for games: usually this column aims for 10 of each, but this week, the balance is tilted towards games. It's perhaps the best single week ever for new Android games since the platform launched.

As ever, prices are correct at the time of writing, but may have changed by the time you read this. (Free + IAP) means in-app purchases are used within the app.

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I got the subscription and have the same content. And there's been nothing new for 3 days

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It would be nice if the reviews mentioned what sort of in-app purchases the app used. I see iap and I automatically think of the crappy kind of implementation like in Fieldrunners 2 and countless other games where the devs got greedy. But if it is just a one time thing to unlock the rest of a game or for more features in the app, I am all for that. It would make the reviews a lot more helpful.

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What I would like to see is the total cost of IAP. All of them added up. That actually will give a very good idea of all apps that shouldn't be touched with a barge pole. It will especially be useful for games. I don't expect Google to do this though. IAP are very useful for running up huge bills and Google wants a piece of that action.

I tried Duet. I like it and hate it seconds after downloading. It's a good game, but so difficult...

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I'm on level 5 of Anger, which is the fifteenth level in the game. It's infuriating that I always mess up at the same part of the level. You need to get the hang of it and then it's easier.

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Too stressful - deleted after a day! If this kind of stress is your thing, try Up Up Rocket.

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It is completely maddening. At least when I play Super Hexagon and Wave Wave, I don't have to see a splatter mark that reminds me where I failed the last go-around. Smug bastards. :)

Omg I have missed this! AC is responsible for a good 40% of the apps I keep on my phone. Gonna check out Duets.

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