Vector's appearance as one of two new games in this week's Android chart has got me thinking about switching things up. There's just not enough variety in the traditional week-to-week top games rankings, so starting next week I'll be tracking top new games instead.

It'll be a little more work — I'll have to reference my phone instead of the Google Play website — but I think the "top new" charts in the mobile version are more in the spirit of the original idea of these weekly posts — to help readers discover new games they might have otherwise missed.

Games like Vector, through I've posted about the playable action movie parkour sequence several times now. That even a small portion of the game is available for free seems extravagant on the developer's part. You should have it on your phone.

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Top Paid Android Games — 3/7/2013

RankGameLast WeekChange
1.Minecraft Pocket Edition10
2.Ruzzle20
3.Where's My Water?30
4.Cubes Vs. Spheres9+4
5.Grand Theft Auto III4+1
6.Plants Vs. Zombies8+2
7.Need for Speed: Most Wanted6-1
8.Fruit Ninja7-1
9.Wipeout5-4
10.Where's My Perry?7-3

Top Free Android Games — 3/7/2013

RankGameLast WeekChange
1.4 Pics 1 Word10
2.Temple Run 220
3.Candy Crush Saga4+1
4.Subway Surfers5+1
5.Fruit Ninja Free8+3
6.Ruzzle Free7+1
7.Angry Birds9+2
8.VectorN/AN/A
9.The Simpsons: Tapped Out6-3
10.DH Texas PokerN/AN/A