Today’s Apps Gone Free: Super Happy Fun Block, Uzu, Mars Information and More

Help Ball save what’s left of humanity, play with particles, and learn about the Red Planet with today’s collection of apps and games.

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Uzu – A Generative Design Playground ($1.99 → Free, 6.9 MB): Play with particles in Uzu. Anyone in need of a way to wind down.

Uzu is the generative art app that started it all. Particles swirl freely around the screen. You’re able to manipulate them with a variety of gestures. Each finger placed on the screen causes the particles to do something unique, so just experiment and enjoy. The app includes 21 animation modes, 55 presets, and the ability to create and save your own presets.

Uzu – A Generative Design Playground is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 3508 ratings.

Cribbage HD ($3.99 → Free, 85.5 MB): A digital version of Cribbage from the same team that brought you Hearts Tournament, Spite and Malice, and Gin Rummy. Those who want to play Cribbage anytime, anywhere.

New to Cribbage? No problem. Cribbage HD helps you every single step of the way. You’re able to use hints to develop your skills and learn new strategies. If you’re unsure how a hand is scored, simply tap the “Explain” button for a breakdown. When you’ve mastered the basics you can take your skills online, compete locally against a friend, or challenge the AI. The game also includes voice chat, and the ability to personalize the cards.

Cribbage HD is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 5228 ratings.

Mars Information: the Red Planet atlas ($2.99 → Free, 28.5 MB): Explore the Red Planet with Mars Information. Anyone interested in space.

Mars Information allows you to explore the Red Planet however you like. It includes five map types to choose from: Viking Orbiter MDIM 2.1, GMM-3 MOLA Topography, GMM-3 Free-Air Mars Gravity, GMM-3 Bouguer Mars Gravity, and GMM-3 Crustal Mars Thickness. From there you can freely rotate, tilt, and zoom in on the globe. The app includes 80 pinpoints that will help you identify volcanoes, craters, mountains, and spacecraft.

Mars Information: the Red Planet atlas is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 8 ratings.

Norton WiFi Privacy VPN ($1.99 → Free, 44.6 MB): Keep your information safe from hackers and other evildoers with Norton WiFi Privacy VPN. Anyone not on a secure connection.

Norton WiFi Privacy VPN ensures that when you’re online in public, everything is kept private. It offers bank-grade Wi-Fi security encryption, so even if you’re on a public hotspot or an unsecured connection, you will be safe checking your email or paying your bills. Norton WiFi Privacy VPN also keeps your browsing history anonymous and automatically blocks ad trackers. You can even tap into VPN servers located in your home country in order to surf the web without any restrictions when traveling abroad.

Norton WiFi Privacy VPN is available for free today only (06/30). It has a 2-star rating with a total of 570 ratings.

Super Happy Fun Block ($0.99 → Free, 83.0 MB): Help Ball save what remains of humanity in Super Happy Fun Block. Gamers who enjoy puzzle-platformers.

Super Happy Fun Block makes the end of the world rather entertaining. Ball’s world was turned upside down when vibrant alien blocks fell from the sky. Help him save what’s left by maneuvering obstacles, uncovering secrets, and outsmarting the alien blocks. The precise controls allow you to run and jump with ease. You’ll also have to drag blocks around in order to reach new places, and change the color of the world to clear whatever hurdles remain.

Super Happy Fun Block is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 36 ratings.

Neon Poly – Shape Puzzle Game ($1.99 → Free, 83.6 MB): Create and clear lines of shapes in Neon Poly. Fans of puzzle games.

Neon Poly is easy to learn but difficult to master. You’re able to choose from three types of game boards: Square, Hexagon, and Triangle. Each board includes three sizes to choose from. The board starts off as your blank canvas, and you must drag and drop shapes onto it in order to create completed rows and columns. The shapes can be rotated, but once they’re put in their place, they can not be moved unless they’re cleared. Power-ups are available in case things get chaotic.

Neon Poly – Shape Puzzle Game is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 9 ratings.

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