The popular sweets-themed candy game hits the Amazon store in select countries Tuesday and worldwide on October 17.
Opening its virtual doors over the weekend, the new app store for China offers both free and paid apps, according to Reuters.
The company is now allowing developers to submit programs that will reach scores more countries than before.
The Appstore's opening in Japan follows the company's launch of its Kindle Store there and the release of its Paperwhite e-reader.
A smattering of European countries will be first non-U.S. markets to offer the Amazon Appstore later this year.
The service is now available to Android customers in the U.K., Germany, France, Italy, and Spain.
The company says that the Test Drive feature is currently only available in beta, and works with more than 5,000 applications.
A discount on certain apps and a free Kindle Fire giveaway are among the prizes Amazon is doling out as its store for apps turns 1 year old next week.
Amazon's version of the Android app store is now available here in the UK, giving you a free app every day. Is the Kindle Fire next?
Amazon has fired back against Apple's lawsuit seeking to get the online retail giant to stop using the term "Appstore." Amazon says the term is too generic and Apple doesn't own it.