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Windows Phone Red Stripe Deals: Tiki Towers, Doodle Devil and Pictures Lab

We mentioned Microsoft's new Red Stripe Deal promotion earlier this month. It's not a special on Jamaican Beer but rather weekly discounts on Windows Phone apps and games. Every week Microsoft will highlight certain apps at a discounted price and you can pick them out of a crowd by the red stripe that surrounds their icon.

This week's deals includes the Xbox Live game Tiki Towers, the independent game Doodle Devil and the photography app Pictures Lab. All three Windows Phone apps have had their prices discounted from $2.99 to $.99.

Red Stripe Deals

Tiki Towers is a puzzle game where you try to navigate a group of monkeys across the forty-five gaming levels by building bridges with bamboo, coconuts, and vines. There is a trial version available and you can find Tiki Towers here in the (opens in new tab) Windows Phone Store.

Doodle Devil is a game of destruction where you destroy everything with spells and various deadly sins. Doodle Devil does have a free trial and you can find it here (opens in new tab) in the Store.

Pictures Lab is a photo editing app for your Windows Phone with a healthy stock of editing tools that includes effects filters, cropping tools, auto adjust features and photo sharing. As with the other Red Stripe deals, there is a free trial for Pictures Lab and you can find it here (opens in new tab) in the Windows Phone Store.

Thanks, everyone, for the tips!

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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

23 Comments
  • Screw the doodle people. They screwed us all out of Doodle God. I wouldn't buy a game from them again. Crooks
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  • They sold is Doodle God. Then pulled it when the made it Xbox Live. If you tried to download it, it would recharge you. Contacted Microsoft about a refund and was told part of the deal to make Doodle God Live, was they wouldn't have to refund the previous purchases and wouldn't have to honor them for the live version. Real nice.
  • I doubt MS would reveal information like that even if it were true. But yeah, otherwise cool story.
  • Say what??
  • Was hoping for gravity guy 2 this week
  • for a sale? Not going to happen soon. It is well worth the asking price though. Sweet game
  • They have launched Gravity guy 2 first on Windows phone, its still not available on ios and google play store, so support the developers and buy it :)
  • ^ this !
  • Looks good.
    But if you want to laugh harder, check out my Surfice Sounboard App :)
    https://bitly.com/ZpNLce  
    I made this for all you guys who laughed at Puppetsheds Unboxing video of the Microsoft Surface - poking fun at it.
    We still laugh at work "you like, you will buy" :)
    I did buy in fact, I have a Surface, Surface Pro and HP Envy X2 on my desk at work. MS have got it going on right now with all their new stuff :) Anyway, hope it makes you laugh too :)
  • Doodle Devil is full of graphical bugs! Shouldn't have bought it without trying... Tiki Towers is nice!
  • Doodle Devil is basically the same as Doodle God but without the Xbox live feature and for evil (which you also get on Doodle God). I don't advise you to buy it at all. It's not worth it. Tiki I've just bought. Gonna test pictures lab first before deciding.
  • And it is terrible quality and has black bars, even on a 920 and 900!
  • Got Tiki Tower, looks gud.
  • Thumba Photo Editor or Picture Labs? Anyone know the difference and which is better?
  • This many comments and no Hoooraaay beer? What are you guys doing out there in the comment land?
  • Hoooraaay beer!
  • Hi
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  • You have to wonder why they don't have a red stripe section in the store. You know, for people who don't read WPC.
  • #screenShotsWp8 use this hash tag on twitter along with your screen shot. Microsoft won't show off the features of this great device then I think we should.