Spring has arrived, the days are getting brighter, the weather warmer, and it's time to look at some sales.
It's an obscure mix this week, complete with hidden gems, epic fighters, and maybe some not-so-popular titles to round it out. Will you find anything in this list worth purchasing? I can't answer that. But, take a gander and see if anything jumps out at you.
A Dark Room
Any narrative adventure lovers out there should seriously consider picking up A Dark Room if you haven't done so already. Utterly minimalist and seriously brilliant, there's a reason this game has maintained such a healthy rating for so long.
Back to Bed
Guide Bob, a sleepwalking narcoleptic, past fish and apples as he routinely falls asleep at his boring office job. We've all been there, Bob. We've all been there. Well, except maybe the fish and apples... none of us have been there, Bob.
Head off on a purrific journey in this isomeowtric adventure. Explore Felingard, save your sister from the evil Drakoth, explore dungeons, and help others you cross paths with on your quest.
Construction Simulator 2
Build your very own construction company and hop behind the wheel of over 40 machines and officially-licensed construction vehicles.
Football Manager Mobile 2018
Pick one of 17 countries and speed through the seasons in this authentic football experience. Whatever tactics you want to play, whichever players you want on the field, that's all totally down to you.
Game Tycoon 2
In Game Tycoon 2 you're running in the big league, so prepare to be fascinated by game development, to choose your developer, and to experience technologies/trends from 1980 through to the year 2050. Cor!
Step into the shoes of Agent 47 on his wildest missions to date and discover a seriously good sniper experience on mobile. Whether you're sniping the living, sniping the undead, or taking advantage of the latest holiday update, it's an absolute steal at the moment.
Infinity Blade Trilogy
- Platform: iOS
- Price: 99p/99c
When you ask mobile gamers about fantastic, ahead-of-their-time action RPGs, they'll definitely tell you about the Infinity Blade series. Made with Epic's Unreal Engine 3, they were the best-looking, and one of the most celebrated, games of their time, and they're still pretty darn good.Infinity Blade
Infinity Blade II
Infinity Blade III
Layton's Mystery Journey
Hop on board with Katrielle Layton and her colourful cast of companions as she builds her own detective agency in London. Solve multiple different puzzles and mysteries, and try to figure out what has become of your dear, missing dad.
Between wishing and hoping, if you wish on the right night Lariat the Witch might appear to make your wish come true. One catch - your fate lies in a series of trivia questions. Get them right and you're sitting pretty. Get them wrong and... well... it's not pretty.
Motorsport Manager 2
If you couldn't get enough the first in the series, this sequel's got even more motorsport managing action as you can now follow each driver through their career, engage in more detailed car part design, and much more.
Follow a curious space gnome on his adventure through this adorable adventure puzzler. Visit nine alien worlds to search for the origins of a strange, magical flute, and meat lots of colourful characters on the way.
Strike Team Hydra
We're not stranger to this cover-based RPG. Tactically move your squad about the field to best deal with the enemies ahead. You're always outnumbered, so every decision counts. Better make the right ones.
Enjoy this digital adaption of Tokaido. Journey through this stylish board game and discover as many regions as possible before your opponent. That may sound super easy, but are things ever that simple?
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