Category Archives: Sales

Square Enix Montreal's stylized, puzzle-fied take on the Hitman series, Hitman GO [$1.99], is currently on sale for just two bucks, down from its normal price of $4.99. This is the first time the game has been on sale since it launched this past April. If you somehow haven't heard of Hitman GO these past few months, it's a turn-based puzzle game built around the Hitman series of games. Each level has you trying to take out a target or targets and get to an endpoint, and it's all dressed up with really neat diorama-style visuals. Here's a trailer...

If you're a big Star Trek fan then this should interest you: YesGnome's simulation game based on the iconic series, Star Trek Trexels [Free], has added brand new content based on Star Trek: The Next Generation, and to celebrate they've dropped the price of the game to free for the first time since releasing last December. I have to admit that when Star Trek Trexels first came out, I became pretty obsessed with it. The game has a heavy Tiny Tower vibe as you slowly build out your own Starship Enterprise with various types of rooms and put together a crew to run it all. As you explore the galaxy, you'll embark on missions of diplomacy, scientific discovery, and of course combat. It's certainly not the deepest experience in the world, but it's oddly compelling and does great Star Trek fan service...

There's a really great sale going on for a bunch of Cartoon Network games, which have all been discounted down to 99¢. The sale itself is prominently featured in the App Store at the bottom of the main page under the heading "99¢ Cartoon Network Games." Maybe I haven't been paying close enough attention, but I don't recall an Apple-featured sale like this for a bunch of games from one company. It's interesting! Some of these games are simply 99¢ anyway, and so technically aren't on sale, but since they're part of the feature I've included them in the list below...

FDG Entertainment's Blueprint 3D [$0.99 / $1.99 (HD)] is one of those perfect mobile games that you can describe in a single sentence to make it appeal to just about everyone. In a nutshell, you manipulate drawings in 3D space and try to rotate them in to being what they should be. It sounds easy, but can be stupidly difficult particularly in later levels when the drawings get really complex...

If you're looking to fill out your back catalog of Kairosoft games, or have just put the brakes on buying new ones at full price, two of their semi-recent releases just dropped in price. Cafeteria Nipponica [$4.99] is down to $0.99 from $3.99 for the first time this year. Similarly, Ninja Village [$4.99] is on sale for the first time, dropping from $4.99 to $1.99...

It was just yesterday that we told you the third Act for Joe Dever's Lone Wolf [$0.99] would be hitting this Thursday, but due to how time zones work and other wackiness, it's actually available as I type this. In addition to that, if you haven't already bought Lone Wolf previously, the first Act which is included with the initial download of the game is now temporarily free to celebrate the arrival of Act 3. In case you missed it, Act 3 is entitled "The Shianti Halls" and you can scope out the trailer for it below...

Square-Enix has been running a sale on its mobile games catalog for almost two weeks, but it’s been limited to the Google Play store until now. Between now and the end of the week, you can save a fiver on the iOS version of Secret of Mana [$8.99], which is usually $8.99...

Here's a whopper of a freebie: ZeMind Games' Starborn Anarkist [$2.99] is currently free for the next two days. Originally launched this past December, Starborn Anarkist sunk its hooks into me thanks to a very engrossing ship-building system. There are more than a dozen different ship shapes to build by dragging and dropping a variety of weapons, plating and other equipment onto a grid. The game does a remarkable job of making each ship feel wildly different from the next, and there's a crazy amount of strategy tied to how you build out your ships...

The latest Marvel blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy opens in theaters today, and to celebrate the official mobile game Guardians of the Galaxy: The Universal Weapon [$2.99] is on sale for just two bucks for the weekend. We're slowly turning the tide of the long-time trend of movie tie-in games being terrible, and The Universal Weapon is a good example of that. It's an action strategy game that uses the familiar line-drawing combat that Mika Mobile's Battleheart pioneered more than three years ago. It's a perfect fit for the Guardians of the Galaxy IP as you're controlling a group of guardians as you battle through the game's campaign. Besides the five main characters from the movie, The Universal Weapon also features 20 additional playable characters pulled from the Guardians of the Galaxy universe...

If you're looking for a game to play this weekend and are working with a budget of zero dollars to do it with, I suggest giving A Dark Room [$0.99] a spin. It previously absolutely decimated the top paid charts, and we thought it was pretty cool in our review. Feeling a bit like an iOS version of the surprisingly popular browser game Candy Box, I'd tell you more, but as Shaun explains in said review, you're better off just going in fresh:..

During Comic-Con this past weekend, Marvel announced that both Marvel Pinball [$0.99] and Zen Pinball [Free] would be getting a new Guardians of the Galaxy table to coincide with the movie releasing tomorrow. Earlier today, an update went live which added that new Guardians of the Galaxy table to both games, and to celebrate the Marvel Pinball app is now free for the first time ever. Here's a video of the new Guardians of the Galaxy table in action...

Vivid Games have just released the first content update for their Greek mythology-based hack 'n slash game Godfire: Rise of Prometheus [$2.99]. While a free update with new content is always a welcome sight, this particular update, dubbed the Combat Update, seems to be sort of a mixed bag. First off, as the name implies, the combat has been significantly tweaked and in turn, according to Vivid, "the combat is now more dynamic, controls more responsive, animations more fluid, and finishers more vicious than before." Neat...

Sure, Dawn of the Plow [$1.99] seemed appropriate back in the days of the cold and brutal Chicago winter of 2014, when the world was cold and snowy and suddenly I wanted to go back to Texas. But now, even in the dog days of summer, Dawn of the Plow lives, as Chicago indie developer Dan FitzGerald has updated the game with a new mode, Attack of the Snowmobiles...

While Radiangames' Inferno 2 has been delayed as the game has wound up a bit bigger than what they expected it to be, the studio's monthly release schedule continues unabated. This means Super Crossfire from Radiangames is on its way back to the App Store in an improved version as Super Crossfighter, launching really soon on the App Store...

It isn't hard to come up with reasons to recommend 11-bit Studios excellent Anomaly series of "tower offense" games, but just in case you need a new one, all three games in the series are currently on sale for this week only. As mentioned, the Anomaly series is noteworthy for taking the well-worn tower defense genre and mixing things up by putting you in the role of the invading creeps. Call it tower offense or reverse tower defense, but either way it injected a fresh perspective to a genre that's been done to death on mobile...

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