Sales are happening all the times in the App Store but sometimes, Apple does showcase them all together in a feature on the front page of the App Store.

This week, a lot of sales are happening at the same time and this could mean that Apple will feature them tomorrow.

Whether that's the case or not, here's what we think you should pick, with a review for each game linked to its name.

You Must Build A Boat (iTunes link) from £2.29 to £0.79

It's on sale for the first time and we can't recommend it enough. Badland 2 (iTunes link) from £4.99 to £1.99 It just got updated with more content and it's even better than the first one. Highly recommended.

Super Phantom Cat (iTunes link)
from £1.99 to £0.79

A polished platformer that features a great art style.

Lumino City (iTunes link) from £4.99 to £1.99

This puzzler's worth it just for the art alone.

Fire Fu (iTunes link) from £1.99 to £0.79

A nice diversion that may burn a bit too bright too soon.

Orbital (iTunes link) Free!

An old classic on the App Store, if you like billards you have to check it out.

Please, Don't Touch Anything (iTunes link) from £4.99 to £1.99

A cryptic puzzler for those who like to challenged.

Punch Club (iTunes link) from £4.99 to £2.29

It just got its first DLC and if you're into simulation, you have to get it.

Game Dev Story (iTunes link)

If you haven't gotten it by now, now's the time. No explanation needed here. Just updated with iPad and widescreen support.

Don't forget that The Room Three is also on sale this week.