Wednesday always seems to sneak up on you doesn't it? Feels like only yesterday it was the weekend and we were all finding new and exciting ways to express how tired we all are. Time. It's a funny thing.
Anyway, Wednesday is when we round up all the best games that are currently on sale for iPhone and iPad. It's a bit of a slow week, as you might expect after the excesses of Black Friday last week. But there's still some decent games to nab for cheap.
As usual you can click on the emboldened names of the games below to hop over to the App Store and grab them. Oh, and if you've spotted anything you think should be included, feel free to toss it in the comments for the whole world to see. Go on, you know you want to.
The Frostrune - Free
A point-and-click adventure that's thick with Viking mythology. It's spooky, it's smart, and it does pretty much everything you want a point-and-click adventure to do. Plus it looks great, and it won't cost you a single penny to get it downloaded right now.
Portal Walk - 99p / 99c
A tough and uncompromising platformer that plays by its own rules. It's not the slickest game in the world, and there are a few niggles here and there. But when it costs less than the price of a sandwich you should be able to look past the niggles pretty easily.
Glorkian Warrior: Trials of Glork - 99p / 99c
A big and bright arcade shooter that's as funny as it is frantic. It might be a little on the shallow side, but there's an awful lot of fun to be sucked out of the well put together blasting. It won't suck up days of your life, but if you let it it'll suck up hours.
Beholder - £2.99 / $2.99
Beholder is a game about watching people. You're running a block of flats and keeping an eye on the residents. Do you report their subversive behaviour to the totalitarian government, or do you give them the benefit of the doubt? Simple to play, but incredibly stressful when it comes to the choices you need to make.
Yuri - 99p / 99c
A sweet and endearing platformer that might not quite have the chops to challenge the best, but is still really interesting. It has an art style all of its own, and there are ten chunky levels to push your way through. Fun and warm in equal measures, for this price it's well worth a look.