Download Discounts for Apr. 21: Super Monkey Ball, Mouse Hell, Mayan Puzzle

Apr 21, 2011
Games

Sega is having an Easter sale on several of its popular games, including a couple of Super Monkey Ball titles and Altered Beast, which have their prices slashed. Search for “Sega” in the iTunes App Store to snag some more sale titles, and read on below for a couple of free games to give you […]

Sega is having an Easter sale on several of its popular games, including a couple of Super Monkey Ball titles and Altered Beast, which have their prices slashed. Search for “Sega” in the iTunes App Store to snag some more sale titles, and read on below for a couple of free games to give you something else to have fun with.

Super Monkey Ball (iPhone, iPad) $0.99 (was $2.99)

Tilt your way through 3D stages in Super Monkey Ball, where you play a monkey walking inside a plastic hamster ball. The game is filled with 3D puzzles stages in which you’ll have to carefully guide your ball along paths without falling off their sides.

Super Monkey Ball has more than 110 stages in which you’ll work to collect as many bananas along the way. And best of all, you get to use accelerometer controls to play, testing your balance skills.

Mouse Hell (iPhone, iPad) Free (was $0.99)

You must have been a bad mouse at some point, because now you’re in Mouse Hell. There is no escape, but you can delay your inevitable mouse demise by making good your escape over the lake of fire in a paper airplane. Mouse Hell is a member of the “endless running” sort of genre, in which the further you get, the higher your score is.

Mouse Hell doesn’t have a lot of complexity, but it does have a solid cartoony art style and simple controls in which you touch the screen to rise higher to dodge obstacles and maintain altitude. It’s fun and addictive as well as simple, and boasts OpenFeint support so you can track your scores on worldwide leaderboards.

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Mayan Puzzle (iPhone, iPad) Free (was $0.99)

Mayan Puzzle is a match-three game that plays with the rules a little bit. Instead of just matching colored gems together over and over and racking up points, you’ll have to think strategically in Mayan Puzzle, because you only get so many moves with which to match up and eliminate enough tiles to complete the level.

You get 50 levels in Mayan Puzzle’s classic mode, a time trial mode, an infinite marathon mode and four difficulties from which to choose. The game is supported by OpenFeint and Game Center and packs 39 achievements, as well as Facebook and Twitter integration.

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