Wednesday , June 20 2018

Google adds more titles to their game sale – more games for you to play

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Google’s Game Sale on Google Play which began earlier this week has been expanded with some absolutely choice titles sure to entice you to part with some hard-earned cash.

The games that went on-sale the other day all still seem to be present, but there’s now 6 more titles to add to the list and at 19 cents each for R-Type and R-Type II you’d be mad to miss out on these titles.

A bonus for those who dove into the Nexus Player this week, with R-Type, R-Type II and Double Dragon Trilogy all compatible with the Nexus Player and an absolute joy to play. Head on over to Google Play now and grab yourself a bargain before they run out.

Source: Google Play.

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I bought The Room, The Room 2, R-Type, R-Type 2 and Raiden Legacy – all for less than $3 total. Awesome deal.

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Above links are showing as full price to me. And this was posted only an hour ago.

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They’re all at the cheap price for me.

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