Supply Drop:





Drop supplies to passing ships; catch as many packages as you can!

-Google Play Games Achievements and Leaderboards (Game Center and GameCircle support for iOS/Kindle).
-Immersive Mode support for devices with on-screen buttons running Android KitKat or higher.

Multiple Game Modes:
Choose between 25 / 50 / 100 drops, or go for a record streak with Infinite Mode.

The goal of Supply Drop is to drop packages onto passing ships. Touch anywhere on the screen to drop a package, it will reload a short time after on its own.

You want the package to land in the caged/fenced area on the back of the ship. If the package hits the other packages the ship is carrying, it will explode and you will not receive a point and your streak will reset; this will also happen if your package lands in the water.

In the 25 / 50 / 100 Game Modes, you have those amounts of packages to drop, as well as those amounts of boats to drop them on to. So, if you don’t attempt to drop a package on every boat you will have extra packages left over when the round ends. In short…try to drop a package on every boat!

In the Infinite Game Mode, if you let a boat pass by without attempting to drop a package onto it, or if you miss your drop, you lose one of your “allowed misses”. The next miss after all “allowed misses” are exhausted will end the round. Go for the highest streak!

If you have any issues with the game, or think something isn’t working properly, please contact me at and I will look into it as soon as possible.


Perfect Pixel Checker V2:



Got yourself a brand new phone? Just want to check the integrity of your broken-in phone?

Supports new “Immersive Mode” in Android 4.4 KitKat / Nexus 5.
Immersive mode allows you to check the pixels of the navigation button area on your display as well as the rest of the screen by hiding the on-screen buttons; true full screen!

If you’re like me, one of the first things to do is make sure that all of your pixels are firing correctly!

This is a simple app that allows you to swipe between solid colors to test for dead and/or stuck pixels. With the high resolution of screens today, the chances are even higher that one of those tiny pixels isn’t working right. If you find a bad one, go ask for a replacement phone!

How to use:
Swipe to the right and look for any discolored pixels against the different color backgrounds.
For example, if you see a green pixel on a red background, that is a stuck pixel. Stuck pixels have a chance of being fixed. If you find one (or more) click the “Fix Stuck Pixels” button at the top of the main screen.

If you see a black pixel that is black on all backgrounds then that is a dead pixel. Dead pixels cannot be fixed.

After running the color flasher, hit the back key to return to the main screen and check if your stuck pixel(s) were fixed.

**When attempting to fix stuck pixels your screen brightness will increase and colors will flash rapidly**



Memory Trace:

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Exercise your brain and earn Google Play Games Achievements with this easy to pick-up memory game.

A line that needs to be traced will appear for a few seconds. Once this line disappears, try to trace it from memory.

More Zones will be added over time!

Google Play Games Achievements – Keep track of your progress and compare achievements with friends!

The Options Menu allows you to change the delay of when the line disappears. Older devices may need to raise this delay to compensate for loading time. You can also change background tile colors and show or hide a line that draws where you drag your finger.

Backup progress – The Options Menu has an option to backup and restore your game progress. This allows you to start from where you left off if moving to a new device or after resetting your current device. This comes in handy if you decide to move from this version to the paid, ad-free version.

This free version has all the features and levels of the paid version, the only difference is that it is supported by ads.

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