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The deep-green em'rald, in whose fresh regard<p>Many months after its iOS release, Astronaut Curve has released an Android version of Space Frog Intern on the Google Play store.</p><p>Space Frog Intern is a mobile side scrolling shooter where you play as a frog who has been rescued from falling out of the sky by alien beings and then put to work clearing the deck of the mothership from pesky invaders.</p>
<p>The third episode of Camouflaj’s sneaky dystopian techno-thriller République is set to hit the App Store on October 23rd.</p><p>It’s called Ones & Zeroes, and it’s apparently the biggest episode yet, clocking in at about three hours.</p><p>And if you’re an Android gamer who’s been waiting patiently to catch up with the adventure, you’re in luck. The first three episodes are heading to the Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore on the same day. So that’s nice.</p><p>The new episode features new Prizrak variations, a Sleepyhead mine for strategic crowd control, as well as an multi-tier puzzle called The Morning Bell Online edition.</p><p>You’ll get new abilities as well, including one that lets you visualise guard positions on the map.</p><p>Ones & Zeroes will cost £2.99 / $4.99 when it lands on the App Store next week. The first episode will be reduced to £1.99 / $2.99 to celebrate its launch, but you’ll need to have purchased Episode Two to play it.</p><p>There’s a season pass as well that’ll set you back £10.49 / $14.99. Maybe check out our reviews of Episode One and Episode Two before you fork out though.</p><p>You can check out a bunch of screenshots in the gallery back at the top of the page. So go have a gander and see what you think.</p><p>Acram Digital's two digital board games are currently on sale on the App Store for £2.99 / $2.99. So if you've got a bit of spare money lying around, both of them are worth picking up. Especially if you're into trains or empires.</p><p>The first of the two games is Eight-Minute Empire. At review we gave it a Silver Award and called it "a bright and super smart board game adaptation that won't suck hours out of your day."</p><p>You can read the full review by clicking right here. And if the idea of a grand strategy game that fits into a handful of minutes is appealing, you can click here to grab the game from the App Store.</p>