Download Discounts for Nov. 24: UNO, Brothers in Arms 2, NFS Undercover

Nov 24, 2010
Games

There’s a big game sale going on in the App Store for Black Friday this week, and we’ve pegged a few noteworthy ones for you in today’s Download Discounts. Keep reading to find out what the best sale games will run you, so you can get to playing. UNO (iPhone, iPad) $0.99 (was $4.99) The […]

There’s a big game sale going on in the App Store for Black Friday this week, and we’ve pegged a few noteworthy ones for you in today’s Download Discounts. Keep reading to find out what the best sale games will run you, so you can get to playing.

UNO (iPhone, iPad) $0.99 (was $4.99)

The classic, without the fuss of cards or the need for other players, UNO nails the card game, with all its skipping, reversing and generally evil play rules. There’s a lot of fun to be had here.

UNO links up with Gameloft Live, allowing you to compete for achievements and post scores and milestones to social networking sites such as Facebook. But really, how much more convincing do you need? It’s UNO, on your phone, for a buck. Happy Black Friday.

Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front (iPhone, iPad) $0.99 (was $6.99)

This iPhone spin-off of the console and PC first-person squad shooter Brothers in Arms franchise has some very cool features for 99 cents. Chief among them is multiplayer support for up to five players, both over local Bluetooth connections, or on the Internet using Wi-Fi.

Along with Gameloft live support for achievements, you’ll also get to power through 13 levels of World War II-inspired skirmishes, from a franchise acclaimed for its attention to detail and research. Get this cinematic first- and third-person shooter on the cheap while you can.

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Need for Speed Undercover (iPhone, iPad) $0.99 (was $4.99)

A new Need for Speed — Hot Pursuit — just hit the App Store a few days ago, but you can snag its high-quality racing predecessor on sale for another few days.

The game is filled with different ways to play, like a head-to-head mode and a cop takedown mode that has you using your street racer as a weapon against pursuing police. You’ll cut through a total of 24 different missions for your dollar here, with lots to do as you customize your vehicle to pull down better times.

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