Yesterday, developer Capcom announced that  they are having a 99¢ blowout sale on eight of their App Store titles. My personal picks of the bunch are Resident Evil 4 which is a scaled down version of the console title that still retains much of the same content and gameplay, and Dark Void Zero which is an 8-bit "demake" of the console title Dark Void and completely nails the feeling of playing an old NES game (right down to blowing in the cartridge when starting it up). Check over the list, and if there's something on there you've been waiting to pick up now would be a great time to do so.

Resident Evil 4, - $4.99 → 99¢

1942: First Strike, - $1.99 → 99¢

Mega Man II, - $2.99 → 99¢

Dark Void Zero, - $2.99 → 99¢

Cash Cab, - $4.99 → 99¢

Cash Cab: Las Vegas, - $1.99 → 99¢

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? 2010, - $1.99 → 99¢

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire 2010, - $1.99 → 99¢

The sale is set to last through the coming weekend, so make sure to grab any titles you want before they return to their original prices. As always, you can keep an eye on all the price changes throughout the App Store using or the recently released AppShopper [Free] app for your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.

  • Phil Baxter

    I'd recommend Dark Void Zero as the best of that bunch by quite some margin. It's a DS port, and looks scruffy when partially upscaled to the iPhone's screen resolution, but it's still full of old school charm, plus the music is great and is has the best virtual d-pad controls I've yet seen in an iPhone game.

  • James

    I hate it when companies do this. I feel like if i don't download all of them im letting money slip away lol.... off to the app store

    • Rob

      James just head over to youtube and check vids out, dont be suckered in all the small amounts of cash add up, i know ive been suckered many times 🙂

  • Adams Immersive

    It occurs to me that retro games which are scaled up could benefit a lot from Retina Display support, even without new bitmaps at all. The scaling would just look cleaner: instead of having alternate rows of 1 and 2 pixels making the diagonals look so irregular, you could have a mix of 3 and 4 (or 2 and 3) retina pixel-widths. Still irregular, but less so.

  • arnoldc

    Brand new game Mr. Bill is also 99 cents. Pretty fun casual title.

  • Anonymous

    Do ANY of these support Retina? I refuse to buy non-Retina apps.

    • mrshl

      A man of principle. And you don't sound like an entitled prick at all.

      • Anonymous

        I'm an entitled prick for choosing how I spend my money?

        I don't want to spend my money on games that look ugly on my phone, I'm sorry if that offends you. Thank goodness the world has men of principle like you policing the internet.

  • Anonymous

    Hopefully they are doing this sale to get some revenue for their Android development. iOS is so 2007...

  • best PC rpg

    I want lower prices