Travel through a dark and dangerous world, learn to identify bird songs, and complete more boxes than your opponent with today’s collection of apps and games.

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iKnowBirdSongs ($9.99 → Free, 118.8 MB): Learn to identify bird songs with iKnowBirdSongs. Birdwatchers of all levels.

iKnowBirdSongs will make your next trip into the great outdoors even more meaningful. It helps train your ear to identify 371 species of North American song birds through a flash card system. Each card includes a bird song and you’ll be given a chance to identify it before the name is revealed. Cards can be flipped over in order to reveal the species, species size, song name, and region. The app also includes the ability to create custom decks, a game mode, and stat tracking.

iKnowBirdSongs is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 11 ratings.

Odium to the Core ($2.99 → Free, 457.3 MB): Survive dangerous music-fueled levels in Odium to the Core. Fans of one-touch games.

Odium to the Core isn’t for the faint of heart. Touch and release your finger to guide Odium through the dark and moody world. Touch anything that isn’t red and you’ll have to either start all over or from the last checkpoint. Each of the 15 levels is loaded with traps, enemies, and collectibles, and they all have their own original music. In addition to the main campaign levels, you’re able to test your skills with Nightmare and Endless modes.

Odium to the Core is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 9 ratings.

Dots and Boxes – Dino Fury Edition ($0.99 → Free, 104.0 MB): Outwit your opponent and create more boxes in Dots and Boxes – Dino Fury Edition. The entire family.

Dots and Boxes – Dino Fury Edition provides a neat twist on the classic pencil-and-paper game. Like the original, your job is to score points by completing boxes. Tap on a dot to start a fence, and tap on another dot to complete it. It doesn’t matter who starts the box, only the player who finishes it gets the points. The twist is that dinosaurs roam the map as well, and capturing them earns bonus points. Between turns the dinosaurs will move, chasing their prey or lumbering towards leafy snacks, so plan your moves wisely. The game supports up to four players locally.

Dots and Boxes – Dino Fury Edition is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 6 ratings.

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