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As always, the holidays brings out the big guns when it comes to app price cutting. This time around is no exception, with some familiar developers going crazy with the discount action. Why wait for Cyber Monday when you can get your game on right this very minute?
This one is huge. A thank you to the fans who've stocked their iPads and iPhones and iPods with their games through the years, Electronic Arts has slashed prices across the board. Like what, you ask? How about Battleship for the iPad down four dollars to just $0.99. Or pick one of the Monopoly for the iPad versions, either regular down from $9.99 to $2.99 or Monopoly Here & Now with the same price drop. Scrabble for the iPad takes a similar nose dive on the price. Get it and The Game of Life ($2.99) and Trivial Pursuit Master Edition ($2.99) and you'll still be ahead of the game for buying the games full price. Fun for the whole family at the board game table. And the list goes on and on, so you'll definitely want to be checking out this action.
An across the board price cut by developer Pangea hands you the entirety of their catalog at $0.99 a pop. So Enigmo 2, award winning 3D puzzle game, down from $2.99. Warheads finds you shooting rocket launchers to stop an incoming missile invasion and at $0.99 you'll be saving a buck in this addictive fast-paced fighter. Why should Mario and these modern day racers have all the fun when for just $0.99 you can get yourself some primite fun with Cro-Mag Rally, with multiplayer racing and voice chat. With three dollars off, it's some cheap racing. On that same tip, Nanosaur 2 lets you pilot a dinosaur from the future as you bring awesome firepower to blow up and shoot down other nanosaurs, and again, just a buck puts these big guns in your hands.
Care for a bit more narrative element in your games? Well, then TellTale has got just your ticket with this batch of story-based games with steep discounts. Puzzle Agent 2 HD loses four dollars from the top down to $2.99 where you can help Agent Nelson Tethers solve a case that everyone else has written off. Fan of the Hector series? This lewd, crude law enforcement story game is a hit with critics and comes with three great episodes. We Negotiate with Terrorists is down four bucks to $2.99, as are Senseless Acts of Justice and Beyond Reasonable Doom. The whole Back to the Future series and Wallace & Gromit: The Last Resort see a similar price cut and more.