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Stack the States Launches on Android, the Perfect Mix of Education and Fun Times


A very fun game hit Google Play this weekend called Stack the States. The game has been featured on iOS for a long time, so it’s quite exciting to finally see it launched for Android. The game features a few different modes to play, but the trivia mode was always my favorite that I would play with my nephew. 

The game asks you certain geography questions pertaining to the United States. When you select the right answer, you get to use the state as a stacking block to reach a designated line in the game. Depending on how high the line is will determine how many questions and states you need to get right. It mixes basic geography skills with some good hand eye coordination to do the stacking. If you have sons/daughters or nieces/nephews in your life, they will love it. And even if you’re a grouchy old grownup, you might like it too.

Go check it out on Google Play for just $0.99.

Play Link ($0.99)

  • rabidhunter

    The odd thing about it is that I’ve been playing it on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for about three weeks before this announcement. I bought it through Amazon App Market.

  • blootz

    what really good game app is only offered on android and not on apple’s appstore

  • sk3litor

    Back in W.W. 2 we didnt have all this new age hoowee. All we needed was our wits and a p6 45 cal. Damn kids *gruble grumble*

  • JamesU513

    Let’s talk about Breaking Bad instead

    • EvanTheGamer

      So how about that Jesse? Should have ran instead of…lol

      • michael arazan

        Walter white dies in the last episode

        • EvanTheGamer

          Liar. No one knows what’s going to happen in the end but Vince Gilligan himself. So…suck on that you dirty spoiling troll.

  • onDroid

    Slow news day, huh?

    • Ian

      They do new app posts all of the time. But yes it is also Monday.

      • onDroid

        I realize they do these post all the time. My comment wasn’t directly related to the post. Just seems like there’s not much going on today.

  • valiantk

    “The game has been featured on iOS for a long time, so it’s quite exciting to finally see it launched for Android” – When does this end?

    • Ian Smith

      so excited!

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    • mrjayviper

      I will end when they see more money coming out of the playstore users compared to the AppStore.

      I suppose most of these are small team developers (maybe 1 to 3) and don’t have the resources to devote their time into both iOS and Android versions at the same time.

      Even then with big companies (e.g. Plants vs Zombies dev), the priority still seems to be iOS. I think this goes back to my 1st statement about more revenue on the AppsStore.

      • ReturnOfTheMack

        Or you could just release app to both platforms at the same time and not fuel that mentality.

        • mrjayviper

          so what about the small dev (which counts for a lot of the ones out there) who doesn’t have the resources to do both versions?

          • blootz

            ooooo burn