Well we've entered the middle of the week time. The middle of the working week anyway. I mean technically, if you think about it, Thursday is actually the middle of the week. But here at AppSpy we don't like to split hairs. We like to talk about excellent mobile video games.
And on Wednesday we like to talk about slightly cheaper excellent mobile video games. That's right folks, it's time to round up the finest interactive digital experiences that are currently less expensive than they have been at some point in the past. What a time to be alive.
As usual you can click on the emboldened names of the games below to slog it over to the App Store and download them. And if you think there are games that I should have included in the list, make sure you add them in the comments at the bottom of the article. Cool. Cool cool cool.
Sproggiwood - 99p / 99c
A super charming roguelike that sees you travelling through lovely cartoon dungeons. It's got a talking sheep in it too, so it's already better than 99% of the other games on the App Store. It's challenging in all the right ways, it it plays smooth as silk on touchscreen devices.
Resynth - 99p / 99c
An interesting mixture of a music game and a puzzler. Resynth might not hit all of its notes perfectly (music pun), but it does offer up an intriguing experience all the same. It's minimalist, there's no barking orders or frantic dabbling. It's just a chilled out head-scratcher that's perfect when you've got a few stolen minutes.
Mr Future Ninja - £1.99 / $1.99
This one's an adventure game of sorts. It draws its inspiration from the likes of Monument Valley, but puts a more traditional spin on its tale of robots and ninjas. There are some really strong ideas here, and while it does fall flat every now and then, for less than a couple of quid it's pretty tough to nitpick too much.
Dark Echo - 99p / 99c
Now that the Papa Sangre games have been taken down from the App Store, this is your best way to get some spooky audio fun this Halloween. It's certainly an interesting offering, and while it might not have Sean Bean saying weird stuff at you, it fully deserved the awards it won.
Neon Chrome - £8.99 / $8.99
If you missed out on the launch discount for this excellent cyberpunk shooter, it's probably worth grabbing it now. Sure it's expensive, but you're getting hours and hours of rampant violent gameplay for your bundle of bucks. Although if you've got a Nintendo Switch you might be better off getting that version.