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We're entering the season of our very favorite holiday, Halloween. So to get you in the spirit, we've got a monster selection of apps whose prices have been hacked, slashed, and cut to ribbons. Get your ghoulish delight on as the moon rises tonight with these haunting apps.
How else to better kick off this edition than with the mack daddy of frightsters, old Vlad himself? And the price, $0.99, couldn't be sweeter.
Give your phone a little spooky wallpaper action with this fanciful pack of frights for free.
Keep your monsters under control as they break out of the lab and get up to no good. It won't cost you a dime, just your time.
They say there are no monsters like Hollywood Monsters and we'd agree. $1.99 puts the worst of these creeps in your pocket just like that.
Eyegore the living eye has got some free puzzles for you…if you dare!
Get yourself ready for some creepy evenings with this sound effects board filled with all the scariest things that go bump in the night. One trembling, scaredy cat dollar is all it takes.
Speaking of creepy, how about knocking your voice into the craziest voices. One dollar gives you total voice anonymity.
Throw your toys into your fire, and play with them as they burn. Stay warm in there. It's getting cold outside! $0.99 to solve this haunting mystery.
Millions of Goo Balls who live in the World of Goo are curious to explore - but they don't know that they are in a game, or that they are extremely delicious. Or that they're only $0.99 right now so get gobbling.
A psycho is killing beggars in New York. A Y-shaped scar forms in the hands of seemingly unrelated people. Can you solve the mystery? First plunk down your $1.99.
The first in an ongoing series, Bladeslinger follows the adventures of William Glaston as he returns to his hometown to confront an ancient evil. $0.99 lets you join in the action.
In this Editor's Choice game, you must lead XCOM, a paramilitary force, against invasion by aliens. $9.99 puts it at a premium price range, and that's saving you $5.
The aliens in the previous game only looked like squids. These are the real deal and they're battling against corrupt crabs and shrimps. One dollar to clean up this sea town.
The squids are back and this time they're taking their show on the road, hitching their wagons for a ride out west. Another buck, buckaroo, and you'll be the rootenest, tootenest crustacean gunslinger around.