Thursday , November 22 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Google Play offering Aussie deals in time for Australia Day

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There is an Australia Day theme going on at the moment in Google Play, the featured app up the top shows the Flags of Oceania Live Wallpaper which includes flags from all the states and territories in Australia that you can use for your background, it is $0.99 but if you’re feeling patriotic, why not? It would have been good to see an app by an Aussie developer take this spot but what can you do?

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At the very top of the Play Store, there are apps on sale from Electronic Arts courtesy of their association with FireMonkey Apps which is an Australian based company who we recently saw are working on the Real Racing 3 for EA Sports. They’ve also worked on other great EA titles such as Dead Space, Mass Effect Infiltrator, Need for Speed Most Wanted and Real Racing 2, all of which are currenly on-sale in the Google Play Store. They have included Spy Mouse but I can only find that this app was released at $0.99 so not sure how much of a sale it is, the apps are here :

MASS EFFECT™ INFILTRATOR
Trial: N/A
From the makers of the critically acclaimed Dead Space on Android comes an all-new, original Mass Effect storyline – made exclusively for mobile!
$5.23 was $6.99

MASS EFFECT™ INFILTRATOR
Trial: N/A
From the makers of the critically acclaimed Dead Space on Android comes an all-new, original Mass Effect storyline – made exclusively for mobile!
$4.09 was $6.99

Need for Speed™ Most Wanted
Trial: N/A
Evade a relentless police force while you clash with street racers. Race and chase hot cars like the SRT Viper GTS, Porsche 911 Carrera S, Hummer H1 Alpha, and many more. Feel the intensity of no-brakes-allowed street racing with realistic full-car damage for the first time on mobile.
$3.91 – was $4.99

Real Racing 2
Trial: N/A
Real Racing 2 sets the pace as the most critically-acclaimed racing simulation on Android. Speed away with hours of high-performance gameplay, cutting-edge graphics, and intuitive controls. Experience the excitement, competition, and glory of authentic championship racing with Real Racing 2!
$3.91 Was : $4.99

SPY mouse
Trial: N/A
Danger. Intrigue. Stealth. Cheese… SPY mouse! Embark on a journey of epic proportions from the makers of Flight Control and Real Racing – over two years in the making!
$0.99

Australia Day - Movies

Now, Movies!! I love movies and Google Play has a number of Australian-made movies on sale (to own) from $5.99. There appears to be some movies only available in SD with others having an option for HD but at a much higher price, But there are some absolute classic Australian Movies like Young Einstein, Muriels Wedding and Mad Max in there so check them out and see if anything catches your fancy, click on the banner to go directly to the movies on-sale and grab a bargain before the sale ends.

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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Young Einstein. I haven’t seen that movie for yonks.

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I’ll be too busy getting on the piss to bother with these offers.

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I like the way you th(dr)ink

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Haha yeah it’s gonna be sick.

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