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December 18, 2012

Halfbrick Studios apps for iOS goes on sale

In line with the holiday season, the incredible team behind some of the most celebrated apps such as Fruit Ninja is now offering all the apps they’ve ever created for the iOS platform at no charge for the next 24 hours starting today.

Along with the fruit slashing app and its Puss N Boots version, Halfbrick Studios are also giving away their other popular game titles which includes Blast Off!, Age of Zombies, Age of Zombies Anniversary, Jetpack Joyride and Monster Dash.

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The team is also offering the HD version of these games (except Blast Off!) at no cost for the consumption and enjoyment of iPad users.

Apps made for the iOS platform have always been criticized for being costlier in comparison to its Android version. And while iDevice users can’t do anything but to live with that fact (unless they resort to a not-so-legal way of acquiring their apps), sales like this are always a welcome treat for a change. Just to reiterate, the sale only runs for the whole day, so don’t miss this rare chance and head on over to this link to grab your copy of Halfbrick Studio’s games free of charge.

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7 Responses to “Halfbrick Studios apps for iOS goes on sale”

  1. IANVARIVS
    Twitter: IANVARIVS
    says:

    Download ALL the Games!

  2. Jeff Dela Cruz says:

    some games are still showing prices ($0.99) and not free. I wonder this will change later on.

  3. Eizan says:

    Mag-sale din kayo for Android!!! HAHAHA! :)

  4. tarush says:

    The very reason other than the Android OS fragmentation why developers love to develop apps for iOS first then Android later or never at all is the fact that many of the iOS users are willing to pay for the effort made by the game developers in creating the apps…

    • IANVARIVS
      Twitter: IANVARIVS
      says:

      When I posted that comment of mine, all those games were free O_O

      But now, they aren’t :(

  5. Rad says:

    Bilis mawala ung sale >.<

  6. James says:

    “Apps made for the iOS platform have always been criticized for being costlier in comparison to its Android version.”

    Can you make a reference to who and which claimed this ? Otherwise this is a biased writeup that has nothing to do with the sale

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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