Google Play Store is now on sale and is offering certain paid mobile apps for Android Nougat-enabled phone owners for as low as $0.01. The end of the year sale has allotted as much as 80% discount on in-game purchases and up to 70% on in-app purchases.
The major savings were first spotted by Android Police, which initially thought the deals as a product of a Google error. One of the mobile games, "Lost Journey", was priced at $0.01 which is usually $0.99. That is more than 90% discount for the adventure puzzler.
The Play Store sale has no limit on the number of games that can be purchased. Android Nought games covered are from developers such as Electronic Arts, Square Enix, Gameloft, and Zen Studios. The sale prices listed are available until midnight of December 31.
Google's End of Year sale is selling "Star Wars Pinball 4" for $0.10 while "Hitman GO" goes for $0.99. "Final Fantasy VI" is priced at $9.99 while "Scribblenauts VI" and "Kingdom Rush Frontiers" come at $1.29 a piece.
Games that are being sold for $0.99 include "Skater" and "Fruit Ninja". "The Room Three" sells for $1.19 while "Machinarium," "Attack the Light," "Prune," and "Republique" have a price tag of $1.29.
"Octodad: Dadliest Catch" and "The Amazing Spiderman" can be downloaded from the Play Store for $1.39. "Chrono Trigger" is at $6.99 while "Secret of Mana" is marked $4.59.
Other Android Nougat games are also priced for $0.01. They include "Armpit Hero: VIP" and "Zombie Avengers: Stickman War Z," which is an in-app purchase. "Crashlands" and "Goat Simulator Waste of Space" are still on sale for $2.69 and $1.39, respectively.
This mobile games and app sale for Android Nougat smartphones follows Google Play Store's movie rental deals, which offered titles at 99 cents. The discounted games can be installed by clicking on the source link.
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