One of the games that I've looked at on the AppStore a couple of time over the past week or so is Westlake Interactives 'Aim For The Brain'. It does seem like just a basic Whack-A-Mole style game with Zombies in, but to be honest, I'd buy pretty much anything if it had a zombie in it (no, I don't have Zombie Mansion, but I don't care what people say, those things are NOT zombies). Anyway I noticed that a 'Lite' version of AFTB has just been released on the AppStore. Naturally, I though it was a perfect chance to give the game a try, seen as how there don't seem to be any video's of the game anywhere. And then I noticed that they are charging 59p for the Lite version. The Lite version does feature a new level not available in the Full version, but wouldn't it be fair of Devs to alllow people who purchased the Lite version (as in 'payed' for it) to update to the full version at a discount price, rather than having to purchase two versions of the same game. So basically, if I want to play the 'real' full game, I have to purchase the full version as well as the Lite version which has an exclusive level. I know it seems that I'm being a bit tight not wanting to pay a measly 59p, but in comparison to other Devs who are charging that for a full game, it just seems a little unfair. Anyway, let me know what you think on the subject.