The weekend always seems to bring some deals for you bargain hunters. Here are a few apps that have gone to $0.99 or lower. Game titles link directly to app store.

  • Memovator ($0.99 -> Free) is nicely produced memory game where you act as the elevator operator and must remember the destination of everyone who gets in.

    There are 6 different unlockable levels. The game starts with regular numbers, but them moves on to roman numerals, chinese numerals, animal graphics, japanese kamon and time. The game is really well done but seems to get impossibly hard pretty quickly. But, if you've got a great memory, here's a game for you. And it's Free this weekend.

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  • Match 3D Flick Puzzle ($3.99 -> $0.99). Many people seem to be loving this Match-3 variant. Instead of the usual 2D grid, PlayScreen put their Match-3 on a rotating 3D cube. A Lite version remains available [App Store] to try.

  • KIL.A.TON ($2.99 -> $0.99). A solid artillery game we reviewed in August. The level of content and the organization of the different game modes including online multiplayer are very entertaining.

  • Fastlane Street Racing ($3.99 -> $0.99). One of the early iPhone racers that we really enjoyed. Fastlane has since been eclipsed by some of the big racing titles, but still remains a good value at only $0.99.

  • arta

    Remember the days when graphics seen in Fastlane were unthinkable when it came out? LOL.

  • arta

    Remember the days when graphics seen in Fastlane were unthinkable when it came out? LOL.

  • Anonymous

    Fastlane was one of the more responsive racing apps out there. In fact, that was my top racing app... until I picked up Real Racing. If you already have Real Racing, you don't need Fastlane.

  • Anonymous

    Fastlane was one of the more responsive racing apps out there. In fact, that was my top racing app... until I picked up Real Racing. If you already have Real Racing, you don't need Fastlane.

  • Anonymous

    I guess it's time for iShoot to drop to $0.99 as well to compete with Kil.a.ton. At least iShoot had a 11 months run up 'til now. Good for the developer while it lasted.

  • Anonymous

    I guess it's time for iShoot to drop to $0.99 as well to compete with Kil.a.ton. At least iShoot had a 11 months run up 'til now. Good for the developer while it lasted.

  • Dark NRG

    I'll be dam'd! I saw Memorator last night and downloaded it when it went free, and here it's for 2nd gen touch!!! dammit to betsy!

  • Dark NRG

    I'll be dam'd! I saw Memorator last night and downloaded it when it went free, and here it's for 2nd gen touch!!! dammit to betsy!

  • Decoy Octopus

    Fast Lane Street Racing sucked then and it sucks now. Asphalt 4 was much better in terms of content.

    • spiffyone

      What?

      Ass Fault 4 may have had more "content", but the gameplay was complete ass after Gameloft fudged up the accelerometer controls with that last update they made. Used to be tilt a little to turn a little, tilt to the extreme and ease in the opposite direction to drift. After the update it became tilt a little go into an uncontrollable drift.

      Fastlane may not have the deep extras system of Ass Fault 4, but it sure as hell has MUCH better controls. And in a racer, controls trump extras.

  • Decoy Octopus

    Fast Lane Street Racing sucked then and it sucks now. Asphalt 4 was much better in terms of content.

    • spiffyone

      What?

      Ass Fault 4 may have had more "content", but the gameplay was complete ass after Gameloft fudged up the accelerometer controls with that last update they made. Used to be tilt a little to turn a little, tilt to the extreme and ease in the opposite direction to drift. After the update it became tilt a little go into an uncontrollable drift.

      Fastlane may not have the deep extras system of Ass Fault 4, but it sure as hell has MUCH better controls. And in a racer, controls trump extras.

  • dougzibart

    Fastlane is still the most fun, challenging and immersive racing game I've played on iPhone. While Real Racing has much higher production values and graphics and runs smoother, its AI is unbalanced, tracks and vehicles are rather bland and sense of dynamism is barely there (you can't estimate your speed without taking a look at the speedometer). All the praise heaped on it made me put quite a lot of time in playing it and I've come to appreciate the game much more than I initially did, but the basics of a great racing game are not there in my opinion.
    Unfortunately, Fastlane is far from perfect as well with its laggy graphics (especially when driving in tunnels), horrible sound effects, lack of updates and other problems. While there's no doubt Real Racing is the best racing game for demonstrating the potential of iPhone's graphics and it's downright pleasurable to be driving while using cockpit view, it's not nearly as involving and challenging as Fastlane.

    • LBG

      What lag? What bad sound effects? Are you sure you're talking about the same game here? The only thing that I could fault was the insane difficulty (but then again, I suck at racing games ;)).

  • dougzibart

    Fastlane is still the most fun, challenging and immersive racing game I've played on iPhone. While Real Racing has much higher production values and graphics and runs smoother, its AI is unbalanced, tracks and vehicles are rather bland and sense of dynamism is barely there (you can't estimate your speed without taking a look at the speedometer). All the praise heaped on it made me put quite a lot of time in playing it and I've come to appreciate the game much more than I initially did, but the basics of a great racing game are not there in my opinion.
    Unfortunately, Fastlane is far from perfect as well with its laggy graphics (especially when driving in tunnels), horrible sound effects, lack of updates and other problems. While there's no doubt Real Racing is the best racing game for demonstrating the potential of iPhone's graphics and it's downright pleasurable to be driving while using cockpit view, it's not nearly as involving and challenging as Fastlane.

    • LBG

      What lag? What bad sound effects? Are you sure you're talking about the same game here? The only thing that I could fault was the insane difficulty (but then again, I suck at racing games ;)).

  • LBG

    Yeah, I remeber Fastlane. It was (and still is) actually a pretty good racing game, and I would buy it if I didn't have it already. It is the nearest thing to Ridge Racer on the iPhone, and the scenery/enviroments are nice (better than Real Racing). I remember being amazed at the graphics when it first came out, and now look where we are ;)

  • LBG

    Yeah, I remeber Fastlane. It was (and still is) actually a pretty good racing game, and I would buy it if I didn't have it already. It is the nearest thing to Ridge Racer on the iPhone, and the scenery/enviroments are nice (better than Real Racing). I remember being amazed at the graphics when it first came out, and now look where we are ;)

  • Ballpeen

    IMHO if not for the difficulty, Fastlane would have been awesome.

    If other people don't find it too difficult, then they will be glad they risked the 99 cents.

  • Ballpeen

    IMHO if not for the difficulty, Fastlane would have been awesome.

    If other people don't find it too difficult, then they will be glad they risked the 99 cents.

  • http://forums.toucharcade.com/member.php?u=1830 Liam (aka TGR)

    LOL @ "animal" graphics.

  • http://forums.toucharcade.com/member.php?u=1830 Liam (aka TGR)

    LOL @ "animal" graphics.