Updated on December 1st 2014, at 09:50: It's Cyber Monday! Another made up holiday that forces you to constantly refresh websites to see if anything worthwhile is going cheap.
The Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales are mostly still going strong, so we'll just keep adding to this list and telling you what's best to spend your hard earned iTunes gift cards on.
Original article follows...
It's Thanksgiving. So, first off, happy Thanksgiving to all of our US readers. Hope you have a great time and eat and drink until you're comatose. If that's what you want.
But the holiday also means App Store sales. Rather than just listing all the games you can get for a bit cheaper, we thought we'd curate a list of only the finest, most delectable games that are on sale.
We'll update the list as and when we spot new games having their prices slashed, so make sure you check back regularly. It'd be awful if you missed out on something.
Click a game's name to read our review, and tap its new low price to be taken to the App Store where you can spend your hard earned cash.
If you see any sales you think are worthy of a place on this hallowed list, then share them in the comments at the bottom.
A brilliant and breathtaking Norse legend-infused tactical RPG with choose your own adventure elements and a hefty sprinkling of apocalyptic doom and gloom.
Thomas Was Alone - £1.99 / $2.99
Classic indie platformer about a series of shapes teaming up to escape a collapsing world. By now you can probably play it on your toaster, but if you've yet to pick it up the iOS version comes highly recommended.
Three of the finest “objection” screaming court based adventures in the world in one package. The IAP that unlocks all the chapters has basically been cut in half, which is some crazy good value.
A massive, deep, tactical war game of the highest calibre. It'll take you a while to get into it, but it's worth the effort. And it's essentially half price right now.
A gamebook adventure starring everyone's favourite totalitarian lawman. What's not to like? A swathe of other Tin Man Games games are on sale too, so there's bargains for every kind of gamebooker.
Pirates! Piratical shenanigans. Ocean-based warfare. Some of these things are available in this strategy classic. And right now it's painfully cheap.
A classic tower defence game that's surprisingly deep despite its slightly clunky visuals. For 69p / 99c you can't really go wrong though.
A side-on dungeon crawler with brilliant pixel art graphics and plenty of RPG combat to keep you entertained over the weekend. Definitely worth a punt.
A man is nothing without his trousers. That is why you must hack 'n' slash your way through monsters and mayhem to get your bottoms back in Trouserheart. Silly, simple, and slightly saucy.
How do you fancy diving off a skyscraper in style? You'll do it again and again here, twisting and flipping in first-person for extra points. You get hugs and kisses for being extra dangerous too.
This beautiful Lemmings-like is all about guiding the souls of leaves with wind, tunnels, and bridges. It's ghostly puzzler with a serene touch.
Drive on Moscow - £2.99 / $4.99
Having a battle in Russia isn't advisable as it's bloody cold. You'll discover this as you command units on both sides of the war in this detailed turn-based strategy game.
An adventure game with a rich sense of irony and an abstract style that's a joy to behold. Full of brilliant ideas and different ways to interact with your iPad or iPhone.
Without a doubt the best table tennis sim on the App Store. Brilliant touch controls, plenty of Virtua Tennis-style challenges, and a painfully addictive campaign mode make this a must buy.
Kingdom Rush Frontiers - iPhone 69p / 99c, iPad £1.49 / $1.99
Probably the best version of one of the finest tower defence franchises available on the App Store. Super polished, brilliantly balanced, and highly addictive to boot.
A wonderful one-touch space adventure that will suck you into its simple world of shapes and asteroids. Fast-paced dodging at its very best.
A brash and frenetic arcade blast that sees you ascending a haunted tower, mashing ghosts and collecting currency as you go. Bright, bold, and a whole heap of fun.
The first episode of this mash up of a gamebook and a third person action adventure is free, and there's a discount on the season pass as well. Suitably gritty and full of exciting fantasy action.
Stomp through dungeons, smash skeletons, and collect loot in this brilliant adaptation of the classic Games Workshop boardgame.
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