I think it would be nice with a thread about good freeware games. I will stay clear of any "lite" versions, since I hate and despise them! Okay, here are a few games: Bonsai Blast 6.9 MB A freebie from Glu Mobile. It is one of these games where you have to shoot some balls with the same color. The game is controlled by clicking on the ball you want to shoot. Bonsai Blast is extremely well-polished, with good animations, music and sound effects. For some reason I didn't really get addicted, but the game is quite enjoyable. Brain Genius Deluxe 6.06 MB Yet another Glu Mobile freebie. The game features some cartoony professor which kind of reminds me of really cheap first grade edutainment. The professor told me to enter my name for my profile. I guess I failed first grade, since I couldn't enter my damn name. The keyboard just wouldn't show up. But some say the game is quite good. Trap! 548 KB This game is written by Matt Wachowski. It is one of the games where you have to fill the screen with boxes and avoid colliding with the small moving balls. The game has 7 different kind of bonuses and some extra game modes. The lines for the boxes are build by dragging your finger vertically or horizontally across the screen. The touch screen is not optimal for such precise tasks, but it works. The scoring for each level is calculated by multiplying Time Bonus, Item Bonus, Isolated Balls, Area Bonus and >80% Bonus. This add an extra aspect to the game, but I find it a bit frustrating to keep track of all this scoring bureaucracy, instead of just playing the game. The game has no sound, but I don't really feel that it misses this. The graphic are quite okay, especially considering its small size. Overall, the game is good and quite addictive. Andoku 632 KB An Open Source Soduko game, written by Markus Wiederkehr. It has lotsa features and special game modes. A good download if you like Soduko. 3rd Eye I downloaded it, but couldn't type my name ... AndTangle 93 kb Written by Nicolas Gramlich Nice little brain teaster. The goal is to untangle a web, so that none of the lines overlaps. The game seems to be based on something called planar graphs. Permissions: Network communication -- full internet access Sand Blaster 324 kb Written by Logan Hanks This is the well-known toy called The Falling Sand Game. The game has a few flaws - the play area has a very low resolution, and the frame rate is rather slow. Also the game speed cannot be controlled. This is sad, because it seems good otherwise. There are different drawing tools, variable size of the strokes, and zooming. Sokoban 328 kb Written by John Nell Sokoban, controlled with trackball or fingertouch. I kind of miss the four arrow keys. The bad thing is that the game claims that I have a keyboard on my phone, and want me to press "U" when I want to undo a move. Zombie, Run! 148 kb Written by Peter Dolan Using the GPS, this application places zombies at random spots in a map. The player can then walk/run a certain route in his neighborhood, while trying to avoid the zombies. The zombies are just colored sprites, which to some degree resembles a human being. But it's truly fun, and very much unlike anything else. Permissions: Network communication -- full internet access Your location -- fine (GPS) location Doom for Android (FREE) 1.38 MB An Open Source port of Doom. It downloads the wad and sound files from Doom over the internet, so that the application itself doesn't break any copyright laws. Smart move. This game has everything except controls! It is somewhat impossible to play this game using on-screen arrow keys and the trackball. But playable or not, who doesn't want to have Doom on their mobile? Permissions: Network communication -- full internet access Lumbricidae 132 KB Written by Amoneron This game gets boring far too fast. This is sad, because it really shows some potentials. Lets you control a work which tries to escape from the rising water. The worm is controlled by the accelerometer. It's movement is really smooth for a digital worm. The levels are randomly generated, and there are four different game types: Normal, Rock, Lava and Snow. No sound. Permissions: Network communication -- full internet access System Tools -- prevent phone from sleeping Papipole 452 KB Written by Sunflat Balance and move a lollipop by dragging it with your finger. Avoid the needle-balls! Capture the hamburgers! Pretty fun game! It got a lot of negative comments, most likely because it is kind of hard. Permissions: Network communication -- full internet access Spark 120 KB By Diota Soft. This application transform your phone into one of them plasma ball: When you touch the screen, lightning appears between your fingers and the edge of your screen. And it vibrates too! When turning on Ghost Mode, the application shows your normal desktop. But if anyone tries to use the screen, all they get is lightning. On top of this, the color of the lightning can be adjusted! Ghost AR 4.01 MB Written by Aliaksandr Bukunovich. It seems that AR stands for "Augmented Reality" - which is when real time footage is combined with CGI. The game lets you shoots at ghosts using the camera phone. It is very polished for a free game, but doesn't have enough gameplay value. Nevertheless, it is very much worth a look! Permissions: Network communication -- full internet access Your location -- coarse (network-based) location Hardware control -- take pictures Tilt Lander 152 KB Written by Moonblink Very nice simulation. Use the accelerometer to land the spacecraft. The landing will need to be perfect or you will crash. Its pretty hard, but I did it.