I’ve just released Trip, my (shameless?) Threes clone for Android. I legitimately wanted to play Threes, but I don’t own any iOS devices. I could not find any clones on the Play Store at the time so I wrote it myself. It started as a project just for myself to play, but it got out of hand. :D I guess I just can’t stop myself from making games. Since then, there has been another Threes clone released called Fives, you should check that out too.
I believe Trip has some fun/unique graphics. It's definitely as skeuomorphic as they come, based on cork-boards and the history of computer graphics.
For those of you who don’t know it, it’s a simple puzzle game. You combine ones and twos by sliding the playing field so that they push against the edge. Any higher number will only combine with itself, threes with threes, sixes with sixes and so forth.
It’s quite easy to pick up and learn, but hard to master.
It’s free with ads on the Play Store. There is an optional, one-time, permanent in-app payment of $1 if you’d like to remove the ads.