Well done. You've made it to the end of the working week. You deserve a treat. But you don't want to spend all of your money in one go, right? It's only the middle of the month after all. What you need is a deal. Or, more specifically, you need the very best deal. And that's why you've come to check out our list of the best games currently on sale for iPhone and iPad.
As usual, we've stuck download and review links so that you can get all the info you need before you grab a game. And if you think we've missed out any games that are going cheap, then make sure you let us know in the comments. That way we can all save the same amount of money and have a lovely cake or something at the weekend.
Time Recoil - download for iOS (now $2.99)
A slick as all slickness top-down shooter that sees you playing around with time. You slow things down so you can take out enemies more effectively. There are special moves too. And lots of levels to try and make your way through. If you've not played this one yet, then it should definitely be somewhere near to the top of your list.
D&D Lords of Waterdeep - download for iOS (now $7.99)
One of the best board game adaptations available on the App Store. While it uses the D&D license, it's not a dungeon crawler. Instead you're trying to run the titular city. It's smart and strategic, and it works brilliantly on touch screen. Eight bucks might seem expensive, but you can believe me when I say it's worth it.
Final Fantasy Dimensions 2 - download for iOS (now $9.99)
A retro-style JRPG that draws characters from multiple sources of Final Fantasy canon. There's a decent story here as well though, if you're interested in that sort of thing. It's definitely one of the better stand alone Final Fantasy experiences on the App Store, and for ten dollars it's almost certainly worth a crack.
Office Story - download for iOS (now Free)
Start your own business from the ground up. You begin with an office in a garage, and move on from there. It's a smart game that's going to get its teeth into your skin if you're into management games. There's loads to do, a lot to get your head around, and since it doesn't cost anything at the moment you'd be silly not to pick it up.
Little Luca - download for iOS (now 99c)
A gorgeous, hand-drawn game that's all about collecting the stars. They've fallen out of the sky, you see, and you're the only one who can manage to put them back in their rightful place. There's a decent level of challenge here, but the game is accessible enough that most people will be able to play it.
Battle Fleet 2 - download for iOS (now $1.99)
A deep tactical game that draws on the likes of Worms, but rather than layering the experience with comedy, takes things a little more seriously. You're in control of fleets of boats, and you need to arm them, armor them, and try and ensure that their shots are hitting with the maximum amount of damage possible.
Rebuild - download for iOS (now 99c)
Zombies have taken over the world, and it's up to you to rebuild in the face of the undead apocalypse. The game is all about fortifying a town, building up your defences, and fighting off hordes of slathering beasts. You'll learn to love the characters here, and it'll break your heart a little bit when they're carried off to be eaten.
Time Crash - download for iOS (now 99c)
A first person auto-runner that feels a little bit like the challenge mode in the original Mirror's Edge. It might make you feel a bit sick to start off with, but it's definitely worth sticking with. It's nice to see the genre getting some new ideas added to it, but above all else it's an incredible amount of fun. So that's good.
The Lion's Song - download for iOS (now $2.99)
A lovely looking adventure game that isn't as slavishly adherent to the rules of the genre as some new additions. There are some really interesting ideas here, and a story that changes with the choices that you make. You get an awful lot of game for not a lot of money at the moment too, so you'd be silly not to pick this one up.
Hidden Folks - download for iOS (now $1.99)
While it's essentially a hidden object game, Hidden Folks is presented with such unique aplomb that it's hard not to fall in love with it. While other games of this ilk are super shiny and free to play, this is a premium experience with a style all of its own. There's something lovely about everything the game does, and if you've not experience it yet, you definitely should.