Amazon is at it again, this time gifting you $105 worth of free Android apps and games. The fire sale is to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the Amazon Appstore, it’s rival to Google Play.
While the apps work on Amazon’s Fire tablets, they can also be used on most Android devices, as long as you install the Amazon Appstore on your phone or tablet.
There are some great titles here, such as Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 and Kingdom Rush: Origins, which is an excellent tower defense game. Some good productivity tools like NeoCal Advanced Calculator can be had as well.
The sale is good through March 21. Downloading any of these offerings also enters you into a contest to win a $25,000 shopping spree from Amazon.
Here’s the full list of all the apps and games available, including their original price.
- Atomus HD - $2.00
- Element of Photography Pro - $3.50
- EasyTether - $9.99
- Servers Ultimate Pro - $8.99
- Repix - Full Version - $1.99
- Business Calendar - $4.99
- NeoCal Advanced Calculator - $9.99
- Amelia and Terror of the Night - Story Book for Kids - $1.58
- Reading Trainer - $2.99
- HanDBase Database Manager - $9.99
- G-Stomper Studio - $9.95
- OpenDocument Reader - $3.92
- FolderSync - $2.87
- Cross DJ Pro - $9.99
- Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 - $2.99
- Cut the Rope - $0.99
- SUPER WHY! - $2.99
- World of Goo - $4.99
- Alphabet Aquarium Vol. 1 - $1.99
- Kingdom Rush Origins - $0.99
- Ruzzle - $1.99
- The Hidden World - $0.99
- Unpossible - $1.99
- Guardians of the Galaxy: The Universal Weapon - $2.99
- SimplePlanes - $4.99
- Monkey Preschool Explorers - $2.99
- Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek - $2.99
- Bank Escape Pro - $0.99
- Sago Mini Ocean Swimmer - $2.99
- Chimpact 2 Family Tree - $1.99
- Adventure Beyond Time - $0.99
- Pumped BMX 2 - $2.99
- Slingshot Racing - $0.99
- Deep Under the Sky - $2.99
The story behind the story: The games and apps in Amazon’s Appstore also work on standard Android devices, as long as you enable sideloading of apps. Amazon does these giveaways from time to time, hoping that if you’ve accumulated a bounty of apps from Amazon, you’ll return to buy some more later on.