It's Thanksgiving in the US, and with Black Friday just around the corner, what better time to get some Red Stripe Deals action? This week we're seeing ArchiTech, Halo: Spartan Assault and Pocket Sheep have their prices slashed for you to bag a bargain on the Windows Phone Store. Fire on past the break for more details and store links.
ArchiTech is a CAD and graphics app for Windows Phone, enabling you to create precise geometry objects, including shapes, polygons, text fields, Bezier curves and more. There's literally tons of functionality packed into this solution, providing the ability to plan out architectural and engineering objects such as rooms and openings or even business designs (flyers, posters, charts, etc).
If you're one to dive in and get drawing, ArchiTech will surely lend a helpful hand. You can download ArchiTech from the Windows Phone Store for $0.99 (usually $1.99).
Halo: Spartan Assault
Halo: Spartan Assault is Microsoft's attempt to port its incredibly popular property to Windows Phone (and Windows 8). This action-packed shooter puts the player in charge of Master Chief's co-Spartans (genetically enhanced soldiers). You’ll play as either Sarah Palmer (first seen in Halo 4) or newcomer Spartan Davis, depending on the level.
Our review praised the game overall, so you know exactly what you need to do right this second. You can download Halo: Spartan Assault from the Windows Phone Store for $2.99 (usually $6.99). You can also grab the game on Windows 8.
Pocket Sheep is a cute little game that will surely zap some hours from your day. It's an indie puzzle title, which was developed through the App Campus program. We've recently taken a good look at the game and can wholeheartedly recommend the download. If you're a fan of sweet, yet simple gameplay - this is the game for you.
You can download Pocket Sheep from the Windows Phone Store for $0.99 (usually $1.99).
Which games will you be picking up?
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