EA kicks off massive iOS game sale, most titles slashed to $0.99
Most of the games are discounted to $0.99, and you have plenty of choice. You can view all EA titles on the App Store (external iTunes link) and choose the ones you like or you can just look at the discounted ones below.
- Battlefield: Bad Company
- Bop It!
- Command & Conquer: Red Alert
- Dead Space
- FIFA 12
- Madden NFL 12
- Mirror’s Edge
- Monopoly Here & Now
- NBA Jam
- Need for Speed Hot Pursuit
- SimCity Deluxe
- The Game of Life
- Transformers: Dark of the Moon HD
- Trenches II
- Trivial Pursuit Master Edition
- Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
- Yahtzee HD
How do you like the sale? Which games did you purchase?
7. E.N. posted on 23 Dec 2011, 04:02 1
Now this is what I'm talking about. This is why iLove iOS
2. The_Miz posted on 22 Dec 2011, 10:18 6
Look at all those choices. Much better than the $.10 sale where most of them were crApps not worth buying with a few exceptions.
4. c.hack posted on 22 Dec 2011, 11:06 4
Couldn't agree more. Most of last week's 10 cent apps on the Android Market were crap. Not a decent game among them. Unfortunately, decent games will be hard to find for Android (meaning develop for) given the limited memory space and major fragmentation of resolutions, processors, GPUs and OSes.
5. jacko (unregistered) posted on 22 Dec 2011, 11:37 3
given the limited memory space
i got 16g in my nexus and i only store a few songs i still got 12g left
we android users got sd card oh i forgot ifans never heard of them lol
sgs II + 32g sd = 48g = $550 still cheaper then is**t 4/s 32g
+ bonus's of bigger screen i use 2 eyes not 1, customise it to what i want not what every one as,hellish fast
if they bring out a 32g sgs II add sd card and it still be cheaper then 64g is**t 4s
major fragmentation of resolutions, processors, GPUs and OSes--havent had a problem yet
6. ReturningToNokia posted on 22 Dec 2011, 12:35 0
What a deal! And so many games!
They have a similar sale in the Nokia store, but only a handful of games. What's 'sad' is that EA has even fewer games in the WP Marketplace than the Nokia Store (not to mention that they are NOT on sale). Hopefully, when I move over to a Nokia WP when Apollo is launched, EA will have more games to choose from.