Sunday , June 24 2018

Google Play has more games on-sale – save up to 60% off

If you enjoyed some of the deals in last weeks up to 60% off sale on games, then Google Play has refreshed their offerings with some more great titles going for cheap.

The list of games in this weeks focus is actually rather high end with Grand Theft Auto titles, and Lara Croft games included in the list. The prices are right so all that’s left is to grab them. The full list includes:

  • Call of Duty:Black Ops Zombies – $2.79
  • Farming Simulator 16 – $1.99
  • Football Manager Mobile 2016 – $4.49
  • Goat Simulator MMO Simulator – $2.99
  • Goat Simulator Waste of Space – $2.99
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – $3.20
  • GTA: Liberty City Stories – $3.00
  • Lara Croft Go – $1.49
  • Leo’s Fortune – $2.89
  • Max Payne – $1.48
  • M&M Clash of Heroes – $1.59
  • The Dark Knight Rises – $2.99
  • This War of Mine – $4.39
  • The GTA games are highly recommended if you have Android TV as they install quite readily on there. If you were looking for something to while away a couple of hours then these titles should get you through, and help you spend some of that Opinion Rewards credit you’ve been racking up.

    Source: Google Play.

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    “and help you spend some of that Opinion Rewards credit you’ve been racking up”

    You know me so well 😉

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