Share this Story

Friday App Sales: God of Blades, Crazy Taxi, Jet Set Radio, and More

Another Friday has finally arrived. If you need something to do this weekend, then go buy a few apps and games to keep you busy. There are a few good deals currently taking place on Google Play, and we have been kind enough to list them all out below. SEGA is hosting a sale on five different titles, including Sonic Jump, Crazy Taxi, and Jet Set Radio, which are three classics.

And if you haven’t played God of Blades, then we recommend that title as well. Plenty of goodies to keep you sitting on the couch and not freezing your butt off outside.

Friday app sales:

Developers be hungry. Go feed them.

  • Mark Wilk

    Don’t forget about the latest HumbleMobile Bundle that was released this week. https://www.humblebundle.com/ The current average price is $5.19 for six games.

    *Note I don’t work for HumbleBundle nor do I work for any of the games listed, I just think it’s a really good deal for a bunch of games.

  • xzombiex66

    I wish they would come out with Road Rash..

    • veraa786

      My Uncle Xavier
      just got yellow Porsche Cayenne by working part time at home online… try
      these out http://www.bar29.cā„“ā„³

      • Just_Some_Nobody

        You must be soooo proud. What with coming in here spamming like you are.

        I’m curious. How much money do you earn from spamming? Is it really a good paying job? Is it fulfilling? I mean, when you were a little spammer, did you imagine one day growing up to be a big spammer?

    • Mr E

      and Skitchin’!

  • abhisahara

    Damn Sega. The crazy taxi is in sale in US only and not for the international version šŸ™

  • James

    I do like endless jumpers and sonic is a classic, anyone own it? Recommend?

  • AbbyZFresh

    Nothing free? šŸ™

    • There’s plenty of free apps on Google Play! lol

    • Mark Wilk

      Free is never free these days. Free is “freemium.” I would much rather pay a dev for a full featured game than to get something labeled as “free” with pay-to-continue stops or pay-for-basic-feature play.

  • KleenDroid