Beware 'new versions' of popular iPhone games on Android
Some developers love the Android Market platform because it's wide-open and they can build anything they like for it. Plenty more shun it for the same reason - with no safeguards or vetting in place, it's easy to sell sub-standard apps that are unlicensed and shouldn't be there.
So a word of warning about the apps being published by Tuqsoft, a company seemingly in the habit of selling popular iPhone games as being available for Android:
The headline tells you it's a new version of the game; only the detail will tell you it's a live wallpaper. There's nothing to say it's even an official product. Needless to say, the games themselves aren't available for Android yet but have so much awareness that people are continually on the hunt for them; consumers see the icon in the listings and instantly hit 'buy', with several of the apps being sold over 10,000 times.
We've seen several complaints about this outfit, including one from avid Bitterwallet reader Dave. Yes, people should probably wonder what 'liveW' refers to and bother to read the descriptions, but then the products appear to be unlicensed and the descriptions are confusing at best, so they're clearly intended to deceive.