Google Play Movies is about action this week, with A Good Day to Die Hard being released they’ve put the Die Hard Collection on sale, Yippie Kiy Yay Mother ……! Rent the four previous titles from $3.99 each or the latest one from $5.99 or you can buy the latest for $29.99 – wish the digital price of these movies would reflect the lack of actual physical product.
Now showing at the Movies, The Wolverine, if you head over to the X-Men movie collection you can see a special interview with Hugh Jackman. You can also rent or buy the five other movies that Hugh Jackman has appeared in as Wolverine, with the upcoming X-Men Days of Future Past and The Wolverine that makes seven times he’s played the character on film, a Hollywood record apparently.
This weeks Google Play Books, Deal of the Week is The Iron King (The Accursed Kings, Book 1) by Maurice Druon, available for just $4.99. According to the blurb it’s the start of the series that inspired Game of Thrones.
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Free Apps of the Day
A mathematical logic puzzle that Sudoku and crossword puzzle fans will love! Fill in all the blank squares so that the numbers you enter add up to the given clues and use numbers 1 – 9 only once. When the grid is filled, the puzzle is complete and there’s always only one solution. Enjoy all 14000 unique puzzles!
$0.00 – was $2.99
Lapse It is an award-winning full featured app for capturing amazing time lapse clips with your Android camera, simple, fast and intuitive.
Unlock: Click on Settings, go to the ‘Promo Day! Enter Your Code here’ tab and enter the code ‘appoftheday’.
$0.00 – was $1.99
Lumiè transform your images with magical forms of light!
$0.00 – was $1.99
ProCapture – camera + panorama
Capture photos and panoramas like a pro with the ProCapture camera app.
$1.99 – was $3.99
Forget the world. Fall in love with this enchanting zen puzzler.
Set within an old abandoned house, the player restores order to the jumbled memories of the last occupant, and in doing so embarks on a haunting journey of self-discovery and reflection.
$2.14 – was $2.99
Reiner Knizia Tigris&Euphrates
In fertile Mesopotamia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, lies the cradle of civilization.
Your goal is to develop all 4 of the key spheres of civilization: Settlements, Temples, Farms, and Markets. To do this, you will position your leaders, create and extend kingdoms, build monuments, and resolve conflicts. Tension arises when kingdoms connect and leaders clash on the board, with only one leader of each type surviving. You will thus aquire victory points in each of the four spheres. The winner is the player who develops their civilization in the most balanced way, without revealing a sphere of weakness.
$1.04 – was $3.06
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
Meet Daniel Tiger, PBS’ newest neighbor. Playing is learning as you explore bedtime and bath time and play pretend doctor at Daniel’s house. With this app children have the chance to play about some of Daniel’s everyday experiences – experiences that might be a lot like theirs. And as they play, young children will be learning a little bit more about their place in the world.
$1.07 – was $1.99