If you have been waiting for a deal on your favorite Windows Phone 8 game from Disney, today may be your lucky day. Seven titles went on sale today for a limited time and it is tough to beat the marked down price (free). That's right, seven game for free! All totaled about fifteen bucks worth of savings.
The seven Windows Phone 8 games are as follows:
Monsters University: Enjoy two games in one with Monsters University. There is Catch Archie where you are chasing Archie the Scare Pig through campus and a Toxicity Challenge where you race against the clock and run through the sewers before time runs out.
Monsters University features three characters from the movie: Mike, Sulley and Squishy. It is available for Windows Phone 8 devices, currently free (regularly $.99) and you can find Monsters University here in the Windows Phone Store.
Where’s My Water?: Where’s My Water? is a challenging, physics-based puzzle game for Windows Phone 8 that includes three separate games, three story lines and over four hundred levels.
Where’s My Water? is normally priced at $.99 but you can find your free copy here in the Windows Phone Store.
Wreck-it Ralph: Wreck-it Ralph is a collection of five arcade games that are all based on the movie of the same name. You have Fix-it Felix Jr. where you play the role of the handyman, fixing everything Ralph has smashed. Then there is Hero’s Duty where you play the role of Sergeant Calhoun and blast away at cy-bugs level after level.
Sweet Climber is an endless climbing game feature Ralph, Turbo Time is a racing game and Flight Command is a flight combat game pitting you against the cy-bugs.
Wreck-it Ralph normally runs $.99 and is available for Windows Phone 8 devices. You can find Wreck-it Ralph here in the Windows Phone Store.
Where’s My Mickey?: Much like Where’s My Water? , Where’s My Mickey? is a physics-based game for Windows Phone 8. Instead of working to supply water to an alligator for his shower, you are working to supply Mickey water for various tasks (making lemonade, putting out a fire, and watering a garden).
The game has over one hundred levels plus six bonus levels featuring Goofy. As with Where’s My Water? animations and graphics are top notch with Where’s My Mickey? The game normally runs $.99 and is available for Windows Phone 8 devices. You can find Where’s My Mickey? here in the Windows Phone Store.
Avengers Initiative: Take control of either the Incredible Hulk or Captain America in this fantasy combat game. Avengers Initiative features such villains as Abomination, The Kronan, The Skrulls and Wendigo that you have to smash and pound into the pavement.
While graphics and animations are spot on, the biggest downside to Avengers Initiative is the storage space the game takes up, about 1.6GB of storage. Beyond that, you will need about 4GB of additional storage to install additional assets.
Avengers Initiative is normally running in the neighborhood of $4.99 and while the game is free for a limited time only, the space requirements may outweigh the savings. Avengers Initiative is available for Windows Phone 8 and you can find it here in the Windows Phone Store.
Toy Story: Smash It! : Here is another physics-based puzzle game for Windows Phone 8 where you play the role of Buzz Lightyear who has to smash alien fortresses with bouncing balls. The game features ninety challenging levels of play that span six episodes.
There are no complaints about the graphics and animations that represent the Toy Story movie line-up rather well. Toy Story: Smash It! would normally cost $4.99 and is available for Windows Phone 8 devices. The game does not feature a trial version so now is your chance to save a bundle. You can find Toy Story: Smash It! here in the Windows Phone Store.
Where’s My Perry?: Yet another physics-based puzzle game from Disney, this go around feature Perry the Platypus from the popular cartoon show Phineas and Ferb.
Where’s My Perry? Includes over eighty puzzles that are spread out across four chapters. The game calls on you to direct water in all its different forms (ice, steam and liquid) to solve various puzzles and free Agent P (a.k.a. Perry).
Where’s My Perry? normally runs $.99 and is available for Windows Phone 8 devices. You can find Where’s My Perry? here in the Windows Phone Store.
Again, if you have been on the fence about picking up any of these entertaining games from Disney now is your chance to save a bit of cash. The free offers are only available for a limited time and not knowing what "a limited time" is exactly, you may not want to wait too long before picking up these games.
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