March 8, 2012 | by Adrian Diaconescu
Even though most of you might not be familiar with 10tons, I for one have enjoyed a couple of their Android games for quite some time now. Swingworm, Sparkle and Joining Hands are just three of their simple, yet fun and addictive titles available for Google tech enthusiasts and each of these has found a place in my smartphone’s memory during the last few months.
Their latest title to be made available for Android devices is called Azkend and looks just like a puzzle game should. It’s not overly complex and complicated, but it has some cool visual effects, a pretty captivating story and an enjoyable game play.
That’s not necessarily my opinion, as I didn’t get the chance just yet to test the game, but the first couple of reviews on Google Play all say that Azkend is very fun, catchy and well-developed.
Available for just $0.99 right now for a limited time, Azkend will be followed soon by a second edition of the game, called Azkend 2: The World Beneath. However, I’m unsure when that upgraded version of Azkend will be made available for Android devices, so for the time being you should enjoy the first Azkend as much as you can.
Also, it has to be said that, if you are undecided whether to purchase the puzzle game or not, you can try out a free version to get a taste of the adventures and excitement that awaits for you. I personally tried out the free version for size a couple of weeks back and the only thing I didn’t like is that it was too short and I didn’t have enough time to enjoy myself as I would have liked.
Hit the source link below to check out the game’s features and functions and to purchase it through Google Play (you know, the good ol’ Android Market, as we knew it back in the day).