My Notes, Eyez join Skulls of the Shogun in this week's Red Stripe Deals

Are you a bargain hunter? If so, you'll definitely want to remain in the loop when it comes to Red Stripe Deals. Microsoft puts three apps (and/or games) on sale to save you some cash. The selections are generally what you'd want to download too, which is always a. What are the deals for this week? My Notes, Eyez and Skulls of the Shogun make the list.

My Notes

My Notes App

My Notes, as the name suggests, is a handy little app if you're one to keep notes for literally everything in your life. Microsoft has OneNote available for free on Windows Phone (which can then be used on Windows and the web), but third-party alternatives generally go beyond the official note solution with more features. My Notes boasts SkyDrive integration, customisation, Live Tile support, and more. 

You can download My Notes from the Windows Phone Store for $0.99.



Eyez is one of those unique gems on the Windows Phone Store, which messes around with the boundaries of the screen. Think puzzle-like gameplay with hand-drawn artwork and colourful backgrounds with multiple layers of parallax. To progress through the game the player has special powers at his (or her) disposal, include Blue Eye - enables you to halt the scrolling to go off-screen and appear on the opposite side. It's a neat game that will soak up countless hours.

You can download Eyez from the Windows Phone Store for $0.99.

Skulls of the Shogun

Skulls of the Shogun

If you haven't checked out Skulls of the Shogun yet, now's your perfect opportunity with the game on sale. Join forces with fallen samurai warriors and magical monks to capture the Skulls of the Shogun and become an unstoppable force. The game is a top down turn based strategy adventure and features 20 levels in the single player campaign, as well as online and local network to battle with four of your friends.

You can download Skulls of the Shogun from the Windows Phone Store for $1.99.

Thanks, Dave, for the heads up!

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.