Updated :: 11/27, 1:09pm Pacific – Final (?) update. 284 total sale items, 34 of them free!
Updated :: 11/27, 11:59am Pacific – Added 12 more.
Updated :: 11/27, 10:51am Pacific – Added Gameloft NFL 2010, few more.
Updated :: 11/27, 10:25am Pacific – Added another 10+ games.
Updated :: 11/27, 9:42am Pacific – Added GPS apps, dozens more. Time to get buying.
Updated :: 11/26, 10:08pm Pacific – Added Com2uS games, and 30 others. Too much pie. Must sleep.
Updated :: 11/26, 10:55am Pacific – Added 20+ from the night before. Happy Thanksgiving!
Updated :: 11/25, 11:38pm Pacific – added a bunch of games from Namco and more.
Every year on Black Friday, retailers put things on huge discount. It’s become a tradition to have “Door-Buster” sales to get people out and shop on this day that retailers traditionally first turn a profit for the year. Well, the app store is no different. App developers big and small are putting their apps on sale for the holiday weekend.
We’ll try to update this a few times over the holiday weekend, it’s a good way to escape the in-laws.
Don’t forget to come back on Friday as that’s when a bunch of the following go on sale.
A whole bunch of ifs, ands, or buts.
These apps are the sale items that we have been notified about or have found. Some of these items may not be on sale yet, but we’ve been told they are going to be on sale. The prices do change at any time and do change quickly – developers are tricky that way. Some are on sale for the weekend, others for only Black Friday. If the app you want isn’t showing up as on sale, I’d check back Friday.
Because prices change so quickly, we can’t always update things to show the correct prices below. We like to take a break and eat pumpkin pie too you know. Click through to the App Store to see the current up-to-the-second prices. And if you see something you like, at a price you like, grab it immediately as it may not stay on sale as long as you would hope.
It’s quite possible that we missed a few sale apps – I blame the tryptophan. So, head on over to our iPhone App Price Drops for the constantly updating full list of app price drops. Also, if you are just interested in apps that have gone free, check out our Twitter stream for @148Apps_nowfree – you don’t have to sign up to Twitter to see the newly free apps.
All of the best GPS apps are on sale. CoPilot started it out by dropping to $20, Navigon followed by dropping to $70, then TomTom matched the price from Navigon. Magellan is now the highest priced at $80. What will they do? It’s a good time to be in the market for an iPhone GPS solution.
Com2uS has joined the fund by reducing the prices of all of their games to only $0.99.
Namco has surprised us with an early present and put most of their games on sale. Some of the classic are at amazing prices. I’m in retro heaven!
EA Mobile has put just about every single game they have released on sale. Each one maked down up to 50%. These go back to normal price on 11/29.
Gameloft, unlike EA, are putting some of their underperforming games on sale. But the good news is that they are nearly giving them away at only $0.99. Some really good bargains in there. I highly recommend Blades of Fury if you are at all into the Street Fighter genre. These go back to normal price on 11/29.
In addition, Gang Star, West Coast Hustle recently went on sale.
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-08-20 :: Category: Games
Konami jumped the gun a little and put a bunch of games on sale last week. But we’re not mad at them because they are all just $0.99!
IUGO has put a bunch of their games on sale for Thanksgiving and to celebrate the release of their new Wario world like mini-game collection, A.D.D. Highly recommended titles below include Zombie Attack, Zombie Attack Second Wave, and Star Hogs.
Pangea, have put a bunch of their great games on sale. If you like puzzle games, make sure you pick up Enigmo and Enigmo 2.
But wait, there’s more. Hit the jump to see oh, about a gazillion more.
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