EA Mobile has launched their Spring Savings sale just in time for the Easter Weekend, with select games at up to 80% off. While not as deeply discounted as previous EA deals, there are a number of titles now at $0.99, including Dragon’s Lair 2: Time Warp (TMA Review), COMMAND & CONQUER RED ALERT for iPad and SHIFT 2 Unleashed. Meanwhile, the graphically impressive Mass Effect Infiltrator has dropped in price for the very first time (now $4.99). And for those who bought the new iPad recently, now’d be a great time to pick up some “HD” games on the cheap. Roundup of App Store links after the break.
If you’re on the look out for some great games to add to your iPhone and/or new iPad, this $0.99 app sales roundup has a number of quality titles that deserve your hard earned dosh. Secret Exit’s critically acclaimed Zen Bound 2 Universal (TMA Review), a “meditative” puzzle game that has you wrapping rope around wooden sculptures (it’s a lot more fun than it sounds), was updated earlier today for graphical improvements on the new iPad and dropped in price to a dollar. Meanwhile, SEGA’s well received SAMURAI BLOODSHOW, a card-based strategy/defense game with unique visuals, has also dropped to $0.99 (down from $4.99).
Head on within and check out the entire roundup. Hurry though as these App Store sales are only good for a limited time.
To celebrate the release of the new iPad, Gameloft is unleashing another of their popular $0.99 iOS deals. Leading the charge is Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation, an awesome first person shooter that features online multiplayer with up to 12 players in 6 maps and 7 game modes. This is also the first time the FPS has dropped in price (down from $6.99) on the platform. Other dollar sales include Modern Combat: Domination for the Mac, Starfront – Collision (TMA Review) and The Adventures of Tintin. If you’re planning on buy the iPad for the first time tomorrow, now would be a great time to pick up some of those Gameloft HD titles on the cheap. The complete list of iOS games on sale can be found be below.
EA Mobile’s at it once again with yet another $0.99 App Store sale, this time to celebrate President’s Day in the US. Titles that have fallen to the dollar mark include Dead Space for the iPhone (TMA Review) and iPad, The Sims 3 (Review), SCRABBLE for iPad and more. If you’ve missed out on previous EA 0.99 deals, now’s your chance to grab a few this weekend.
MumboJumbo, publisher of some of my favorite hidden object and puzzle games on the iPad, has dropped ALL their iOS and Mac games to only $0.99 – just in time for the Presidents Day Weekend. Some of the more notable games in the MumboJumbo lineup include 7 Wonders: Magical Mystery Tour, Midnight Mysteries: Salem Witch Trials and Samantha Swift and the Fountains of Fate. If you’re a fan of the HdO and/or puzzle genre, you’re definitely in for a treat with such a fantastic price drop for these quality titles. Many of their iPad offerings normally go for $6.99, and even $9.99 on the Mac. No word on when this limited time sale ends, but it’d be most advisable to grab them sooner rather than later. Complete iOS and Mac links after the break.
SEGA’s yet another big name publisher to offer Valentine’s Day deals on the App Store. Most notable price drops are the Sonic titles, with the fairly recent HD re-release of Sonic CD going for $2.99 (down from $4.99), and Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Ep I (TMA Review) now selling for $1.99. Meanwhile, the majority of SEGA classics such as Altered Beast, Gunstar Heroes and Streets of Rage are all on sale for $0.99. The “Sweet Deal” will only last until the end of the day (full list below), so act quick if you see something that tickles your fancy.
EA Mobile is hoping to get iOS gamers in the mood for love with another EA-themed App Store sale – this time with select games at up to 85% off. While not all titles have dropped to $0.99, a number of EA games on sale can be enjoyed with that special someone on Valentine’s Day, namely SCRABBLE, THE GAME OF LIFE for iPad, and MONOPOLY for iPad. Head on within and see which you can grab for yourself, or at the very least, gift them through iTunes to your significant other and score some brownie points.