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App Store Price-drops: Best iOS games on sale as of Jan 14

Need something new to play this weekend? Try these games currently on sale.

We took a look at the App Store and found you the very best titles on the iPhone and iPad to keep you entertained.

Note: All price-drops were correct at time of posting, but any changes in prices are down to the individual developers, and is out of our hands. Get in quick!

All the Lifelines!

The first Lifeline game proved a massive hit when it arrived on iOS in April 2015 – the playable storybook style game required players to make decisions in order tokeep main character Taylor alive after crash-landing on an alien moon. The story played out in realtime and players would receive notifications throughout the day when Taylor needed help. The game was so popular it went on to spawn two sequels: Lifeline 2, and Lifeline: Silent Night which are all now on sale! While the latter two drop significantly in price, the original has gone all the way and is free for the first time!

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  • $0.99 / £0.79 > Free!

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Lifeline 2

  • $2.99 / £1.99 > $0.99 / £0.79!

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Lifeline: Silent Night

  • $2.99 / £1.99 > $0.99 / 0.79!

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incurve – sector 1

  • $0.99 / £0.79 > Free!


The simple, and cheap, one-touch gamer is now even cheaper – it’s gone free! The idea is to hit as many white dots as your red ball makes its way up – gravity is used heavily to influence your journey. Give it a go!

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  • $1.99 / £1.49 > Free!


Properly old school, PixelSlime has been knocking around on the App Store for almost half a decade and hasn’t been optimized since the iPhone 4, but it still retains four and a half stars and is very much a fun game to play. The game is a simplistic, super-pixelated action role-player and is currently completely free.

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TMNT – Portal Power

  • $5.99 / £4.99 > $4.99 / £5.99


Not a huge price-drop for Nickelodeon’s latest title in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, but for those that found $6 just a little hard to swallow, $5 might be the persuader. We’ve give the game a run around and it looks gorgeous – the gameplay’s decent to, requiring the player to control all four of the turtles. When there’s a lot of action happening on screen it’s not dissimilar to fruit ninja in platform game-form.

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