The best games on sale for iPhone and iPad right now - December 13th

By , on December 13, 2017
Last modified 6 years, 5 months ago

It's that time of the week again. The time of the week when I take some time out of my busy schedule of napping to write some content about the best games that are currently on sale on the App Store.

You can click on the names of the games below to download them from the App Store. Oh, and since I like you I've actually added 6 games to the list. That's the sort of care and attention you can expect from AppSpy. You're welcome.

Assassin's Creed Identity - 99p / 99c

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It might be a little on the wonky side, but this is actually one of the best AC games to come out in recent years. It's pared back, but that gets rid of a lot of the fluff that we've seen in the console iterations of the game. Jump around, stab people, have a giggle. All for less than the price of a thing that costs more than a pound.

Colin McRae Rally - 99p / 99c

It might be a bit on the old side nowadays, but this is still a slick and solid racer. It's tough to get to grips with, but driving a car sideways around a dirt track is probably pretty tough in real life too. For less than a quid this one is well worth checking out.

Returner 77 - £3.99 / $3.99

A big puzzle adventure that works wonderfully on mobile. Equal parts The Witness and The Room, it's a sci-fi head-scratcher that's going to take up a good chunk of your time. Look out for it in people's game of the year lists. Seriously, it's that good.

Abzorb - 99p / 99c

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A smaller game, but no less fun. Essentially it's an arcade avoider. Tilt your device to lead your spaceship around the screen. And watch out for all of the spiky things that are trying to kill you. If mobile games could go in stockings, this would be the perfect stocking filler.

Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon - £4.99 / $4.99 and Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon: Da Orks - £4.99 / $4.99

Right now you can pick up both parts of the Armageddon series for what you'd normally pay for one of them. The games are massive hex-based battles set in one of the key conflicts in Games Workshop's grim dark future. Lead the Orks or the humans in a vast campaign, or take the game online and fight against real people.