There's nothing better than downloading apps and games currently on offer for your Windows Phone. Microsoft's weekly Red Stripe Deals series is here once again with three new offers to tempt your purchase. This week, Rayman Jungle is joined by Color Carnival and Nun Attack. That's one Xbox Live title alongside two highly rated offerings.
Rayman Jungle Run
Ubisoft's Rayman Jungle Run is the first game in this deal. If you're not familiar with the title, it's a gorgeous 2D platformer and plans like an endless runner. You simply command Rayman to jump over obstacles and perform other moves. What makes this Rayman title different from other endless runner titles is how there are levels. You're tasked with completing each level and collecting as many Lums as possible.
We've previously praised the game for its detailed backgrounds and expertly drawn characters. There are 50 levels included, as well as expected achievements. Check out our review for more details.
Pick up Rayman Jungle Run from the Windows Phone Store for $0.99.
Color Carnival lets kids enjoy an interactive read-aloud experience with Elmo and friends. Moving through the colours of the rainbow and more, you're joining gang as they visit a very colourful carnival. As colours are read out, toddlers are invited to find and name those that aren't mentioned. It's a neat book worth download for any youngling.
You can grab Color Carnival from the Windows Phone Store for $0.99.
Finally we have Nun Attack, which as the name suggests is a game covering Nuns and unanswered prayers. Don't mistake this for an easy tactical game, however as players are tasked with joining the battle of light against darkness. Leading your squad in action packed environments, you'll need to defeat the Fallen Nun to restore balance to the world.
It's a humorous game with funny dialogue, epic nun arsenals and character progression. Everything you need in a game that empowers the nun.
Download Nun Attack from the Windows Phone Store for $0.99.
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