There are many ways to celebrate the anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Some people host massive cookouts. Some shoot off fireworks. Others still throw parades. Here at Kotaku, we celebrate by limiting our daily gaming app spotlight to only four amazing games.
Some might tell you this is because we were all off on Wednesday, but that's not the case at all. I just feel that packing five days' worth of gaming apps into four was what the founding fathers of this great nation would have wanted. Besides, I was off Monday and Tuesday as well, so the math doesn't add up.
And, as I said, we made the four days we had count. Rainbow Tissue Cat alone is worth at least two days. Toss in that zombie thingy and we probably should have just stopped there. But no, we soldiered on, just like the primitive robots that battled for America's freedom all those many years ago.
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