A Concise Guide to Black Friday Deals

If you think all of the best Black Friday deals are only in stores, think again. Tons of game developers are taking advantage of the American pseudo-holiday to offer their bestselling apps at bargain prices. Here’s a guide to great Black Friday game sales in the iTunes App Store.

  • Chair has cut the mega-popular Infinity Blade down to $2.99.
  • Com2uS has dropped many of its fan-favorites down to $.99.
  • Disney’s entire game lineup is $.99 (Where’s My Water?, Alice in Wonderland, The Incredible Machine, et.al.).
  • EA Games has dropped many of its bestselling games down to $.99 (Battleship, Snood, etc.). Other premium titles have been dropped to $2.99.
  • Gameloft, which sells some of the App Store’s most popular titles, has dropped some of its titles to $.99 (BackStab, Avatar, Prince of Persia: Warrior Within, et.al.)
  • Konami has some titles as low as $.99.
  • Mumbo Jumbo’s entire catalog has dropped to between $.99 and $2.99.
  • Namco has several games on sale for between $.99 and $2.99.
  • 99Games’ entire catalog is now $.99 (Wordsworth, Create a Mall, Prison Mayhem, etc.).
  • Phosphor Games’ terrific Dark Meadow is just $.99 — down from $5.99.
  • Rockstar Games has cut Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars from $9.99 to $2.99.
  • Sega has discounted selected titles to $.99 to $2.99.
  • Telltale Games is offering its most popular adventure titles at discounted prices. The Back to the Future games are down to $2.99 from $6.99, for example.

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