Microsoft has temporality cut the price of its two Halo mobile third-person shooters, Halo: Spartan Assault and Halo: Spartan Strike, for Windows and Windows Phone. The prices will last until Thursday, September 3.
Halo: Spartan Assault, which was first released in July 2013, is currently priced at just $1.49 in the Windows Store, but $2.49 in the Windows Phone Store. Thankfully, the game is a universal app, so if you buy the Windows Store version at $1.49, you get access to the Windows Phone version for free. The game's usual price is $4.99.
Halo: Spartan Strike, which was released in May 2015, has a sale price of just $2.99 for both Windows and Windows Phone versions. It usually costs $5.99.
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