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Sky Maze 3D is Pretty Sweet, Plus it is Amazon’s Free App of the Day

Sky Maze 3D

Here is another cool time waster that can be grabbed for free today through the Amazon Appstore. It’s called Sky Maze 3D, and it plays with that title quite well. The game takes place in the sky and is made up entirely of mazes, plus it’s 3D. You control a ball with on-screen buttons, carefully navigating the maze to reach the end, while collecting diamonds for extra points. It’s actually quite fun and looks great.

The game is currently free on Google Play, but comes with only a limited amount of levels. The rest can be purchased via PayPal (seems legit) or the Amazon Appstore. So, why waste your time with that and just get the full version for free through Amazon. Score.

Appstore Link

Cheers Nick S!

  • radiohead14

    marble madness?

  • moelsen8

    isn’t purchasing additional content through paypal/etc against the google play terms?

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      I think you have to use Google Wallet….

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    So I have to download that slow clunky POS amazon app store app…that doesn’t get updates to apps as fast as the Play Store…. again for this?…. I’m all set thanks.

    • EvanTheGamer

      Some games are worth using that “POS amazon app store app” for though. There was a game I think about a week ago that was Amazon’s Free App of the Day called, “Voxel Invaders”. It’s sorta a new/different take on Space Invaders. Plus the graphics as well as the music are top notch. Very cool game.


      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        I’ll buy a game before I get anything from Amazon. Used to be good at first then then I realized that devs don’t update the apps no where near as fast as the Play Store. So I’ll check that one out.

        • EvanTheGamer

          Son of a!

          Looks like Voxel Invaders is available via Google’s Play Store, as well, for a mere $.99, too(it’s $2.56 on Amazon App Store, wtf?):


          Looks like I may have to purchase it from the Play Store now(worth the 99 pennies, absolutely) in order to get updates.

          • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

            *Clicked Link* Bought!

          • EvanTheGamer

            NICE! You won’t regret it…if you like old-school games like Space Invaders. Enjoy!

          • KleenDroid

            Yes it is a great game. Every once and a while Amazon gives some good stuff away. Amazon is great for what it is. I’ve even purchased a couple apps to show support. Of course I purchase almost everything from Google Play. I’ve never had any lag and I don’t care if their apps get updated. You have to accept it for what it is.

          • EvanTheGamer

            Totally agreed. I mean, I’m not one to complain about free stuff. Sure, Amazon App Store is no Google Play Store, not by a long shot, but free is still free any way you decide to look at it.

          • punkroyale

            Voxel Invaders was free via the Amazon App store just a few days ago.

          • EvanTheGamer

            That’s exactly what I just said. lol Read above.

          • punkroyale


          • EvanTheGamer

            All good. haha

      • woah

        To me no free app of the day is worth using the amazon appstore. I like supporting Google for their hard work making android and giving it away by purchasing threw Google play not amazon and their forked no mention of android version of android.

        • hkklife

          I am still hugely PO’d that Rovio refuses to put ad-free versions of most of their titles on the Play Store. I basically keep the POS Amazon app around to play ad-free AB, AB Seasons, AB Rio and Bad Piggies.

    • nicotinic

      It’s free… Don’t be such a whiney little puppet or we’ll throw you in the fire.

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        I’ll take free but I rather pay and get bugs fixed in a timely manner. Only thing the Amazon App Store is missing is better support. I don’t know if it’s an amazon issue or a dev issue.

        • michael arazan

          Amazon used to get updates before the Android Market back in 2010, then it got less and less, then Google was getting the updates weeks in advance over amazon instead of amazon getting it weeks before play. That’s when I stopped using amazon. But I like free apps of the day, but none have been good anymore.

        • PieterHarmse

          Amazon requires an “overview” period when you submit an update, Google Play does not. So as a developer, it makes sense to “bundle” some fixes instead of updating frequently.