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The best games on sale for iPhone and iPad right now - December 6th

By , on December 6, 2017

Well it's Wednesday again. I'm really not sure how that's happened to be honest, but there you go. You can't stop the wheel of time from crushing you under its tread no matter how hard you try. There's a comforting thought for you.

Anyway, Wednesday is when we like to round up the best games that are currently on sale on the App Store. I'm going to be honest with you though, there's not a great deal going for cheap at the moment. If none of these games take your fancy, I'd suggest saving your money.

You can click on the emboldened names of the games below to head over to the App Store and grab them. And if you've spotted anything better, feel free to chuck your suggestions in the comments section hiding at the bottom of the article. I assume it's hiding.

Felis: Save all the Cats - Free

A platformer that takes its cues from the excellent Rayman mobile games. It looks lovely, and it plays pretty damn well too. If you've finished all the Rayman Stuff Run games, then this is well worth a look, especially since it's free.

Train Conductor 2: USA - Free

If you like your train games on the simulation side of things, then you should probably give this one a miss. It's a slick game that's about making sure none of your trains crash together. In the real world, I imagine there are far fewer close calls than in this game. I certainly hope so anyway.

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Mega Mall Story - 99p / 99c

If you love Kairosoft then you're probably going to adore this one. Build a mall, get people to come to the mall, then spend more money to make your mall even more impressive. It's the same pattern we've become used to, but it's still a lot of fun.

Redden - £1.99 / $1.99

A slightly weird game about the stories of objects in a shop. They come alive at night to retell the tales of their old lives. It's not like anything you've played before, but it's definitely worth checking out for that reason alone.

Panzer Corps - £4.99 / $4.99

A massive strategy game from the masters of the massive strategy game. Lead legions of tanks onto the battlefield in huge battles. There's loads of tanks, loads of missions, and if this is your sort of thing, there's loads of fun as well.