Google reduces more apps to just $0.25 as celebrations continue
Did you pick up any bargain apps yesterday? I must confess I did, I couldn’t resist getting the Cat in the Hat for my children and I fell to temptation and got Granny Smith. Well it was hardly a temptation, at $0.25 I had to pinch myself to be sure I wasn’t dreaming. The good news is that the celebrations are continuing and Google has discounted some more great apps and games today. The sale is scheduled to last five days and here are today’s offers, all at $0.25
- Cut the Rope: Experiments
- doubleTwist Alarm Clock
- SketchBook Mobile
- Paper Camera
- World of Goo
- Shark Dash
- The Going to Bed Book
- Dungeon Village
- Mini Motor Racing
- Flick Nations Rugby
- FIFA 12
- Color & Draw for kids (phone)
- Color & Draw for kids (HD)
Why are all these great apps and games available so cheap? Because Google is celebrating 25 billion app downloads and they are spreading the joy! If you are in any doubt, buy Cut the Rope: Experiments and World of Goo without any hesitation, they are well worth their original price (if not more), but at $0.25 you can’t go wrong.
As you can see with my recommendations above, I like physics puzzle games, so I will most likely get Shark Dash which promises to be a highly addictive game that adds a new twist to the physics puzzler genre and includes some unique cartoon characters.
Also any soccer (football) fans will want to pick up FIFA 12.