Quality Index: The week's best Android games - Pocket Clothier, Plopp

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Quality Index: The week's best Android games - Pocket Clothier, Plopp
Every week, Pocket Gamer sister site Android Quality Index (Android Qi) highlights the newest games to make a critical splash in the cool, seductive waters of the Google Play pool.

Grabbing scores and opinions from all corners of the web, including from Gamezebo, Know Your Mobile, and AndroidTapp, Qi answers all your Android-related questions before you've even asked them.

Today, we're going to focus on two new contenders vying to be crowned king of your Android device. Both are worthy, but do they have what it takes to win your head, your heart, and your wallet?

All sewn up

Strolling into this week's Android Qi Top 10 with a fitted jacket and custom lapels is fashion-conscious time-management title Pocket Clothier.

Continuing the developer's fine tradition of pixel-art sims, Kairosoft's latest Android excursion takes its tried-and-tested formula and applies it to the textile industry.

You must build up your own clothes shop, training up the staff and kitting out the store to generate more sales.

Before long, you will be pursuing specific incentivised objectives, inviting celebrities to patronise your boutique, and adding floors to the building to further expand your growing business empire.
Gamezebo's reviewer was overwhelmed by Pocket Clothier's addictive gameplay and endless content, saying that once you start, "you [will] never have a spare moment to consider playing anything else".

Once you pop...

Bursting into the middle of the Android Qi Top 10, meanwhile, is bubble-popping puzzler Plopp.

In this game, you are presented with a screen chock-full of expanding bubbles, each of which you can pop with a tap of a finger.

The bigger the bubble is at the moment of bursting, the more points you earn. Also, when a bubble is popped, it sends out a shockwave which causes other bubbles to detonate when hit.

This shockwave mechanic means single taps can spark devastating chain reactions, and generate seriously high scores in the process.

The folks over at Tapscape enjoyed Plopp's simple approach to score chasing, deeming it "an entertaining game which will keep you amused for hours".

You can get the up-to-date information about which games are reviewing best over at the Android Quality Index.
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Enchanted from a young age by colour, motion, and sound, James divides his time between obsessing over all things digital and lamenting the death of VHS. He looks forward to a future where machines rule the earth and all political disputes are solved via one round of rock-paper-scissors.


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