Top 10 Paid Apps on Ubuntu Software Center for November

Amnesia: The Dark Descent takes the first place, followed closely by RC Mini Racers

By on December 5th, 2012 09:06 GMT

Canonical has published a statistic about the top paid applications that were sold through Ubuntu Software Center in November.

Every month, Canonical makes a list with the top applications, either paid or free. This particular top deals with the paid apps, featuring some pretty interesting newcomers.

The tenth place is occupied by Torchlight, a hack and slash RPG developed by the creators of Diablo, Fate, and the never-released Mythos. It sports a fully-featured character leveling system, randomized dungeons, hordes of monsters, and gobs of great loot.

The ninth place is taken by an interesting software called Quick 'n Easy Web Builder. It's an HTML generator in which the users can visually (WYSIWYG) create websites by using drag & drop.

The Mini Minecraft Launcher is on the eight place. This is a small Minecraft launcher with mods, installation support, and a nifty backup feature.

Place number seven is taken by AnonMail, an anonymous emailing service, boasting a simple UI and advanced features such as file attachment support, multiple recipients, automatic HTML parsing and more.

Machinarium is on the sixth place. It's a new entry made possible by the latest Humble Bundle. Machinarium is a beautiful point and click adventure game developed by Amanita Design, makers of Samorost and Botanicula.

2D platformer Braid rests on the fifth place. Players can manipulate the flow of time in order to solve some pretty difficult puzzles.

LIMBO, a strange and beautiful 2D platformer, takes the forth place. A review of this game is available on Softpedia.

Bastion takes home the bronze, being on the third place. It's a superb action RPG, with an interesting gameplay mechanic and a unique narration technique.

RC Mini Racers is a surprise. It wasn't included in any Humble Bundle, but it managed to occupy the second place. RC Mini Racers is a fast paced and explosive racing game with 22 different remote-controlled mini cars, in the spirit of Revolt.

Amnesia: The Dark Descent is in the first place of the top paid apps for Ubuntu Software Center and probably for good reason. Is one of the scariest games ever developed, which redefined the survival horror genre.

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