- Here’s your chance to win a $10,000 Gift Card as App Store approaches 25 billion downloads
- EA Mobile drops more games to $0.99 for long weekend
- All Mumbojumbo games for iOS and Mac now $0.99
- Kingdom Rush in Review – I’ll Take My Time To Enjoy This One
Posted: 17 Feb 2012 04:59 PM PST
And just like that, the iOS App Store’s rapidly approaching a staggeringly impressive milestone – 25 billion downloads. To mark the occasion and as their way of saying thanks (just like they did with the 10 billionth download), Apple will be giving away a $10,000 gift card to one lucky winner.
Aside from having to actually download any apps, you can also enter the contest by submitting your Countdown entry form, up to 25 times per day. Read up on the offical rules here, and start downloading some apps from the Top 25 All-time Paid/Free apps list while you’re at it. Good luck!
Posted: 17 Feb 2012 01:21 PM PST
EA Mobile’s at it once again with yet another $0.99 App Store sale, this time to celebrate President’s Day in the US. Titles that have fallen to the dollar mark include Dead Space for the iPhone (TMA Review) and iPad, The Sims 3 (Review), SCRABBLE for iPad and more. If you’ve missed out on previous EA 0.99 deals, now’s your chance to grab a few this weekend.
Posted: 17 Feb 2012 12:37 PM PST
MumboJumbo, publisher of some of my favorite hidden object and puzzle games on the iPad, has dropped ALL their iOS and Mac games to only $0.99 – just in time for the Presidents Day Weekend. Some of the more notable games in the MumboJumbo lineup include 7 Wonders: Magical Mystery Tour, Midnight Mysteries: Salem Witch Trials and Samantha Swift and the Fountains of Fate. If you’re a fan of the HdO and/or puzzle genre, you’re definitely in for a treat with such a fantastic price drop for these quality titles. Many of their iPad offerings normally go for $6.99, and even $9.99 on the Mac. No word on when this limited time sale ends, but it’d be most advisable to grab them sooner rather than later. Complete iOS and Mac links after the break.
Posted: 17 Feb 2012 11:09 AM PST
The tower defense genre is one that has always eluded me. Sure you have to construct towers (or some sort of defense) and possibly upgrade them during a level, but a bulk of each round is spent simply watching as hordes of monsters parade along a route and your equipment picks them off. Thankfully, though, over the course of time there have been a few that have bucked this trend, Kingdom Rush being one of them. Between constant interaction, interesting level design and a ranking system that allows you to buy permanent upgrades to your defenses, Kingdom Rush takes enough simple steps forward to push it ahead of the crowd.
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