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Amazon.com has promised to make a paid app free every day in the Amazon Appstore, and today’s app is Super Dynamite Fishing.
Pool Break Pro is $1.47 in the Android Market, and normally is priced at $0.99 in the Amazon Appstore (as noted previously, the two marketplaces sometimes have differing prices).
Super Dynamite Fishing is described as follows:
If your idea of a fishing trip includes underwater explosions and unflattering Southern stereotypes, you’ll love Super Dynamite Fishing. This game puts you in the muddy shoes of Redneck Joe, a hard-luck fisherman who patrols the backwaters and exercises his Constitutional right to blow stuff up. Decimate as many marine populations as you can, collect the remains, and cash them in at the local processing plant so you can pay your bills.
Not Your Grandaddy’s Fishin’ Hole
At the beginning of your quest, you’ll be the proud captain of a bathtub custom-outfitted for fishin’ duty. As you progress through the game’s levels, you’ll pilot bigger vessels, acquire increasingly over-the-top weaponry (including TNT-adorned squirrels), and encounter many forms of bizarre sea life.
You’ll also court your halter-topped sweetheart, Rose, with gifts you buy after selling the day’s catch. Choose from such enticing offerings as laundromat tokens, a ride in a rental car, or every Southern belle’s dream: a brand-new Winchester rifle. The more money you make from blown-up fish parts, the more gifts you can give Rose.
And hey, don’t be put off by the deep-fried values of this game; it’s all in good fun. Super Dynamite Fishing features top-shelf animation, super-fun fishing scenarios, and downright addictive gameplay.
How much underwater life can you blow to smithereens? There’s only one way to find out. Drop a few sticks of dynamite into the river and watch the fish fly; before you know it, you’ll be yelling “Yeeeee-hawww!”
A free, ad-supported version of this game is also available.
Super Dynamite Fishing has a 4.5-star rating in the Android Market. In the Amazon Appstore, it has 3.5-star rating. The game’s free, ad-supported version has a 4.5-star rating in the Android Market and a 3.5-star rating in the Amazon Appstore.
The Amazon Appstore requires sideloading, which means that for now AT&T devices can’t use it. As we noted before, however, there is a way to at least “reserve” these free apps for installation later, when AT&T corrects the issue, as it has promised.
Amazon opened up the Appstore despite a lawsuit by Apple, which has previously trademarked the term “App Store.” Microsoft has filed an appeal against that trademark, saying the term is too generic.