If you're looking to game on the cheap this week, you're in luck: a couple of big-time publishers and studios are offering a healthy swathe of their catalogues for $.99 right now. For example, Telltale is throwing yet another free-for-all. Until the end of this month, you can grab the Puzzle Agent and Hector series at a more wallet-friendly price. Gameloft is celebrating the Chinese New Year by killing the prices of nine of its premium offerings, while EA is still rocking price tags with its Daily Deals program.

Here's a list, and note some of the odds and ends, too -- Bard's Tale and Puzzlejuice are in the mix, as well as a few other cool notables. This, by the way, is by no means a comprehensive list. We're just highlighting.

Telltale

Gameloft

EA

Odds and Ends

There you go! I heartily suggest Puzzlejuice if you still haven't gave it a shot. It's a really, really well-made puzzle game.

  • http://profiles.google.com/fleshman1992 Laszlo Tuss

    Sale at the scrapyard again (EA -GL)
    like always...

    • http://toucharcade.com Eli Hodapp

      Slow news day. :)

  • Anonymous

    Two things: Puzzlejuice is a lot of fun to team up with someone else.

    And C&C Red Alert for iPad is literally the worst RTS I've ever played in my entire life. This might sound trite, but it's not even worth it if it were free.

    • Dr. Mark Lipschitz

      Your right!  C&C is terrible!  I have not been crazy about C&C since EA bought Westwood. 

  • http://twitter.com/HardcoreEric Eric Sapp

    And Death Rally for free!! That should kill a few hours.

  • Erik Wilgenhof

    Funny how the world online is still US dominated while the real world is losing US domination fast. Chinese New Year is a MUCH bigger thing in the East than Santa Claus and his cronies. No big wonder that commercial savy companies aim for the big crowds in China and SE Asia. Also no wonder that the posters at toucharcade go "ho hum".