You know the drill, folks. Every Thursday a handful of apps have their prices slashed in the Red Stripe Deals promotion. This week we've got ilomilo, FitLife and Grow. Check out the reduced prices, further details and store links after the break.
ilomilo (with Xbox Live)
This popular puzzle title is an Xbox Live game that has been available on the Windows Phone Store for a fair while already. If you've somehow not been able to check out the cute, yet highly addictive game that is ilomilo, we strongly urge you to do so. ilomilo puts the player in charge of two characters where single player teamwork, skill and a cunning mind are required to progress through the levels.
You can download ilomilo from the Windows Phone Store for $1.99 (usually $4.99).
This useful app for both body builders and those who simply enjoy to keep fit enables users to create custom routines and exercise workouts. Following progress is a breeze with the ability to track how you're progressing along (history and some good looking graphs). Detailed demonstration media and information also help you learn new exercises to better help achieve personal goals.
FitLife620 also boasts health measurements, including weight, waist and chest circumference and more. Definitely worth checking out if you frequently find yourself swapping the couch and TV for trainers and a gym card. You can download FitLife620 from the Windows Phone Store for $1.49 (usually $2.99).
The absolute classic of an arcade game, Grow also joins the collection here today. Controlling a fish, you're tasked with helping it grow by essentially eating everything in the aquarium, hence the name. There's much more to the gameplay than simply eating other fish, though. Coins can be collected for upgrades and power-ups in the store and over 78 levels are available, alongside an endless survival mode.
For those of you who are rather competitive, online leader boards are utilised to boast about your hungry fish. You can download Grow from the Windows Phone Store for $0.99 (usually $1.99)
via: Windows Phone Italy
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