Supporting the Stay-at-Home period, Amanotes gives free premium app access in Vietnam
Updated: Jul 2, 2021
We hope your two weeks of social distancing have been delightfully safe. These past few weeks have been strange, yet we realized during this “everybody-stays-home” period, there is nothing better than a boost of entertainment. To cheer up our lovely homeland for cooperative effort, Amanotes proudly launched a limited-time offer for the Vietnamese market: Free 30-day Premium Subscriptions for Magic Tiles 3 & Tiles Hop! Users can get a month of VIP access to enjoy award-winning games with a wider selection of songs without any interruptive ads.
We decided to let our two top downloaded games blast away all the stress during your stay-at-home time. Experience the hit music with addictive tapping motion in Magic Tiles 3 or indulge in colorful and interactive visuals of Tiles Hop!
This offer is available to grab from 15 April to 30 April. Download the apps today to redeem limited-time VIP access:
Magic Tiles 3: iOS, Android
Tiles Hop: iOS
Only for two weeks, we will provide 30-day free trials of the premium versions of the music-based games Magic Tiles 3 and Tiles Hop for Vietnamese players. The two mega-hit music games feature popular songs melodies simulating screen tapping motion, in order to match the rhythms and reach high scores. New users can begin their free trials by subscribing to premium packages via the application itself.
In March 2020 alone, there was a dramatic spike of mobile game apps downloads in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Magic Tiles 3 and Tiles Hop rose as the top music games with 320M+ and 240M+ downloads respectively. In Vietnam, almost 2M users play those two games every day.
“With social distancing set to be the norm for the foreseeable future, it was important for us to contribute to the “stay at home” effort,” Binh Vo, our co-founder shared enthusiastically. “Our applications don’t just provide a gaming experience – they also enable people to enjoy their favorite music in new ways and teach them about elements of rhythm and melody. It’s our hope that, among some of those playing at home, we can help to inspire a new generation of musicians.”