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10000000 is Amazon Appstore’s Free App of the Day

We usually have no need to talk about the Amazon Appstore’s free app of the day, given that it’s usually a pretty uninteresting app, but today’s is just too good to pass up. It’s a game called 10000000 and it’s not your typical dungeon crawler. 

I look at this game as the Bejeweled of the genre, pitting users against dungeon monsters, then making you play the puzzle to match up tiles and progress through a level. You collect items to help you defeat enemies, plus there is an even some big green dinosaur sightings inside. To get a good grasp on the game, check out the trailer below.

The game is usually priced at $1.99 on both the Appstore and Google Play, but it can all be yours today for free.

App Store Link


Cheers Nick S!

  • Wow, free app of the day…It’s really great!

  • GJV

    Must every Amazon Free App post on DL begin with the same disclaimer about how lame/irrelevant/etc the Amazon Appstore is? Yes it’s not the greatest but a free app from a legit source is a good thing. My only issue with Amazon’s app store isn’t the need to install the app (I’ve never seen it come up as a battery or resources drain on Better Battery Stats or GSam), it’s that app updates roll out several days or often times weeks after the update hits the Play Store.

    • KleenDroid

      They say this stuff to satisfy the snobs.

  • iNfAMOUS70702

    i got swiftkey and root explorer for free on amazon…

  • asdfdas

    “We usually have no need to talk about the Amazon Appstore’s free app of the day, given that it’s usually a pretty uninteresting app”

    True, and the fact that the Appstore has to remain present on the device in order to use the said free app is a dealbreaker for most.

    I have a lot of free apps that I got on Amazon that I ended up caving and buying from the regular Play Store so I didn’t have to dick with the Amazon stuff.

    • Amen on all accounts!

    • Mark Wilk

      Same. I had a couple apps break because they were from the Amazon app store but tried to update via Google Play which spit out an error message.

      • KleenDroid

        Why would you do that? Doesn’t even make sense.

        • Mark Wilk

          I don’t know how it happened, it was an early version of the Amazon App store. Somehow a couple Amazon apps made it over to Google Play (before it was called that) and started requesting updates, I had to format my phone to get it to go away. I never reinstalled Amazon’s app store since that happened. I’m sure its better about things like that now but I was only using Amazon for free apps that I never ran after installation so I dropped it.

          • KleenDroid

            That’s weird, I can see how that would be irritating.

      • michael arazan

        I had to buy angry birds games twice, paid originally with amazon when they updated their games first back in 2010, when the android market changed to play, i would update from amazon then google said i had to update and wouldn’t update because it said “BUY” like I didn’t own it. Even though it was from amazon it showed installed on my play store account but not paid for? Had to rebuy again from play store and just uninstalled amazon.

        Like to know how paid amazon apps show up in the play store account installed and not paid for

    • JeremiahOverton

      I have done the same. All this would make me do is to go to the Play store and buy it there.

  • BR

    Does anyone actually still use the Amazon AppStore?

    • DiegoKokomo

      Is it weird that I get the free app of the day every day but have never installed the Amazon AppStore on any of my devices?

      • JoshGroff

        Teach me your ways.

        • Jon Lambert

          just claim it online. it doesn’t care if you have the app installed

          • EvanTheGamer

            Good tip!

          • JoshGroff

            Didn’t know you could do that, thanks.

      • EvanTheGamer

        Not weird. You just like free stuff. Everyone likes free stuff! Tell ’em Jimmy!

      • MARPATdroid

        Yup I have Years worth of apps I may never use, but incase some day my life depends on me having an app like:

        Alphabet Coloring by Tipitap

        I am safe.

    • gokusimpson

      Yes. 99.9% of the time it’s disappointing, but that 0.1% of the time can make it all up

      • Kyle

        I agree, back in the day I grabbed SwiftKey for free and a couple of the high dollar Office substitute apps for free. But you’re right it’s only .1%

      • New_Guy

        Definitely, I got Office Suite Pro 7 for free, as well as TuneIn Pro and Swiftkey. Three apps that I use daily and Office Suite is normally $15. $20+ dollars worth of apps right there.

        • misterE33

          I got all of those two, but actually ended up just purchasing them on Google Play during the big sales since they were both cheap and “essential” (to me)

          • New_Guy

            Haha, touché good sir. Your Kung fu is better than mine.

      • Big EZ

        It never let’s me even download the apps anymore and it’s extremely slow and eats up tons of battery. I uninstalled it a long time ago, but I still redownload it occasionally to see if they fixed it but it still has all the same problems.

        • gokusimpson

          It is still crazy slow. They had a new update recently, but it is still bleh

        • KleenDroid

          That’s strange, I have none of these issues you speak of.

    • If they offered an amazing $15 app for free, I still wouldn’t install the Amazon App Store. But people with Kindle Fires do use it. Poor saps…

      • EvanTheGamer

        Free is still free. No matter if the Amazon’s App Store is a piece of garbage, it still works, and doesn’t mess up my G-Nex, not in the slightest. So…your loss.

        • In this case, installing the app store kills my phone’s battery life and frustrates me all to hell because it’s laggier than no other. Always has been on my GNex, GS3, and now N4.

          I am MUCH happier not getting these free apps if it means not having Amazon’s app store installed. I’m glad you enjoy it, though! 🙂

          • EvanTheGamer

            Okay, fair enough man, fair enough. I mean, I honestly haven’t noticed any slowness or battery drain due to the Amazon App Store being installed on my G-Nex so yeah, it’s like it’s not even installed, pretty much.

          • KleenDroid

            I agree.

          • KleenDroid

            I never could understand when someone says this. It is flawless for me on my gnex. Great battery life…

            I guess some people just have bad luck.

        • Big EZ

          The last 4 phones I had had major battery issues with Amazon app store. Maybe the GNex is the only phone number that doesn’t have a problem. It also won’t let me download apps 99.9% of the time.

          • dvschnk

            If you’re rooted…greenify amazon appstore…battery issue gone. Doesn’t even register a blip on better battery stats. Now if people complained about the delayed updates in the amazon appstore…flame away.

          • KleenDroid

            What does greenify mean?

            But luckily I don’t have any issues anyway.

          • look up greenify (an app) in the play store. It requires root. It suspends background processes so that they don’t drain your battery until you want to use it. And its not a task killer, which are horrible for android, if you were wondering.

    • Myk Robinson

      Yes, I have it installed and check daily just for the free app of the day. Every now and then, you get a gem like this, and WOPR:Wargames.

    • EvanTheGamer

      Yes, for the free app of the day. lol That is the only reason, and a day such as today is worth checking Amazon’s App Store every single day.

      Downloaded, installed, and played 10000000. Very enjoyable game so far!

    • umataro42

      I’d probably get more out of it if I remembered to check every day, but I have gotten some good apps from their free app of the day deal: WeatherBug Elite, Soundhound Infinity, WiFi File Explorer Pro, Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots. You can also “purchase” a free app of the day but not actually download or install it, in case you want to use it later.

      And sometimes, they reward your “purchase” with a $1 credit in their mp3 store, so not only is the app free, they’re actually paying you get take it.

    • KleenDroid

      Of course. The free app of the day is a very good thing. I have many apps that are great from there.

      It runs great, no idea what some mean about it being slow. Maybe they just have old phones.

      Maybe it’s because I’m not an app store snob. Yes I know they don’t update like the play store does but who cares when the stuff is free.

      But I guess if you don’t want free stuff you don’t have to go there.

      • BR

        Yah I guess for me I was always having problems when installing new ROM’s which app store to use and sometimes the files would get messed up with Titanium Etc that I finally just decided to go away from Amazon all together so it could be a little “neater” on my end. Free apps are never anything scoff at that’s for sure. As for the slow stuff, that isn’t something I’ve encountered, but then again I haven’t used it in over a year now at least.