Four great games went on sale this week, each providing a pretty amazing value for their sale price of 99¢. If you don't own these games yet, there's no time better than the present to go looking for change in your couch cushions.
Radial 50 (Radial 50 Lite) - A colorful brick-breaker with 50 different levels, online leaderboards, achievements, and cool music. The developers posted a gameplay video on YouTube and we found Radial 50 to be a fun spin on the standard brick breaking genre.
Slotz Racer - If you ever played with slot car tracks as a kid, this is the game for you. Playable with four players on a single device (or against AI opponents), you race miniature cars around a slot car track. Included is a full track editor to re-create tracks you played in the past, or make entirely new and crazy tracks and share them with friends using an alphanumeric code system. The physics of the game can also be altered to better match the slot car system you grew up with. We've covered Slotz many times in the past between developer interviews and gameplay videos.
Star Hogs (Star Hogs Lite) - A fantastic Worms-like artillery-style turn-based combat game. Featuring intense customization of your four ships, a single player campaign, and full internet multiplayer, Star Hogs is an unbelievable value at 99¢. We originally saw Star Hogs at WWDC, liked what they showed us, and later went on to really enjoy the final game in our review. Some have criticized the game's graphics, and while they're nowhere near as colorful as Worms, the gameplay is solid and online multiplayer is awesome.
Top Gun - Top Gun is exactly what a game based on a movie should be. The highly refined tilt controls and gameplay combined with the astronomical framerate (even on older devices) makes for a great experience. Featuring licensed music, ten different missions across multiple environments, achievements, and even some easter eggs, Top Gun is a really fun game.