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The Amazon Appstore has Sorcery! and Sorcery! 2, Android, for free.

Sorcery!: click here [amazon.com].
Sorcery! 2: click here [amazon.com].


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These games sell for $4.99 each and are rated 4.5 with ~7,000 reviews [google.com] and 4.7 with ~3,700 reviews [google.com], respectively, on Google Play.
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These are good games, I like playing them. However, in the interests of full disclosure, these are the "Amazon Underground" versions of the games, which track your device's activity as part of their compensation structure to app developers. If you're not comfortable with Amazon tracking your activity, you might want to get the normal version of the games. They have been on sale on Google Play recently.
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I don't why, but after installing this game (without running it) on my galaxy s7 edge, it heated up so much I couldn't hold it. Turning it off and restarting didn't help (I also closed all of my running apps).
Eventually I turned it off and let it sit in a bowl of water for 5 minutes. It seems okay now.

Anyone else experienced this problem?
It never got this hot before.
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Quote from TalA9559 View Post :
I don't why, but after installing this game (without running it) on my galaxy s7 edge, it heated up so much I couldn't hold it. Turning it off and restarting didn't help (I also closed all of my running apps).
Eventually I turned it off and let it sit in a bowl of water for 5 minutes. It seems okay now.

Anyone else experienced this problem?
It never got this hot before.
I paused for a good 20 seconds thinking about you dropping your phone in water to cool it off.

Then I remembered that new phones are waterproof.

Today's world is weird.
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Thanks Man!!
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Nice finds! I just got it now.
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Quote from electrobento View Post :
I paused for a good 20 seconds thinking about you dropping your phone in water to cool it off.

Then I remembered that new phones are waterproof.

Today's world is weird.
Lol I had to read that sentence twice as well! Haha
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Amazon set us up the bomb. All your privacy are belong to us.
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I don't like how Amazon load up ads on their apps. To me that doesn't make it free-- but that's just personal preference.
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Seems like Amazon finally fixed their non-Underground appstore app so it kicks you over to the Underground download.
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Quote from forpeterssake View Post :
These are good games, I like playing them. However, in the interests of full disclosure, these are the "Amazon Underground" versions of the games, which track your device's activity as part of their compensation structure to app developers. If you're not comfortable with Amazon tracking your activity, you might want to get the normal version of the games. They have been on sale on Google Play recently.
Serious question: What exactly do they track? I have a Kindle Fire that I use just for amazon related apps, games and books. The only thing I can see them tracking is how often I use their apps and read their books.

I'm guessing the major issue would be if one was using it on a phone or a household tablet. Am I wrong?
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