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Google Play Hosting Premium Game Sale, Top Titles for 50% Off

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Google is currently hosting a big Premium Games sale over on Google Play, your one stop shop for all things related to Android apps, games, movies, books, and more. For a limited time, you can pick up a few top titles for 50% or more off of the original price, allowing you to get more fun, for less cash.

A few titles which should be no-brainers for most of you, that I also highly recommend, are Out There, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, The Room Two, Sprinkle Islands, and Contre Jour. Seriously, if you have not tried any of those, get on it.

Check out the full list of games on sale below. 

Get ‘em while they are hot, folks!

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  • tdurden64111

    “10000000″ & “AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!!”? Are these real names or did someone’s cat step on their keyboard?

  • Michael Burke

    aaaAaaaAaaAAAaa is a great game to play while sitting on the toilet.

  • KID ANDROID

    I got rid of all my gaming consoles and game exclusively and extensively on my Android devices which is why I wish someone would make a phone with a super sized battery in it that’s got top notch specs. I don’t want to have to stop to charge or even to swap batteries anymore just gibe me a phone that’s not so damn thin with a bulky battery inside, hell make the phone twice as thick I don’t care as aim not seeing the draw of a super thin phone …. Who cares how him it is if you can’t enjoy the damn thing no matter what you use it for .

  • Apocalypso

    D’OH!! If I had known that NBA2K14 was going to be on sale this soon I would have waited to purchase it. *shakes head ruefully*

  • JMonkeYJ

    Might have to finally give Out There a shot. I love FTL and it looks vaguely similar…

  • moew

    Are any of these games good?

    • needa

      i liked the original ‘the room’. its pretty cool. although i thought it was a lot shorter than it should have been. finished it in an hour. i have not purchased the second one yet. it is just now goiung on sale for the first time. definitely not worth the original three bucks. but definitely worth a dollar.

    • bionicwaffle

      Riptide GP 2 is pretty awesome! I think it’s one of the most fun great looking games you can get that’s under 50MB in size. It’s too bad if you missed this for free. Amazon was giving it out for free in their app store (not as the app of the day) for at least two weeks, maybe longer. It ended this past Saturday. They were also giving you a $1 MP3 store credit for getting it!

      I think NFS: Most Wanted got pretty great reviews and The Dark Knight Rises is pretty incredible but not my type of game.

      I like board games and was thinking of getting Ticket to Ride before this. On sale, I’m willing to pay that! I bought it. I hope the IAP aren’t too expensive since the original game isn’t very good (it’s ok but can often be unbalanced with one person really out of the running early on) but Europe, Marklin, and Switzerland are great!

  • EP_2012

    Anyone else missing the $0.10 sale :(

    • needa

      and the $0.25 sale :(

    • josuearisty

      My favorite, first time I bought something from Play Store.

    • JoshGroff

      I bought so many apps back then that I still have yet to actually use, and I continue to buy more. >.>

  • msnight04

    I’m thinking about picking up the Room 2 and Anomaly 2. Thanks to Google Survey Rewards, I won’t really pay for them anyways ;)

    • hkklife

      Just out of curiosity, how often do you get picked for a survey? I only seem to get one once every month or two.

      • msnight04

        I probably get one every 3-6 weeks. The last two gave me around $0.25 each but I’ve had as low as $0.10.

  • Greg Haney

    Am I a minority who does not play games on my phone? I don’t see when people have time to play these, not to mention draining battery life.

    • T4rd

      I used to be an avid PC and console gamer, but phone games are the only place I have time to play them anymore, lol. My phone stays on a charger most of the day anyway too.

      • Art

        What games do you play on your phone to even compete with PC and console games? If I didn’t have time to play games, I wouldn’t spend the little free time I do have on most of the Android games I’ve encountered so far. Maybe you found some console/PC level games on Android. If so, I’d like to know.

        • pancakes

          I’d like to know this too. I don’t play games to just play games. Even if I had time to kill, I wouldn’t be playing Angry/Flappy Birds or the like on my phone. I’d do something else like maybe read a few pages/chapters of a Kindle book on my phone. If there was say PS Vita type mobile games on Android then I’d use that time to play that.

          • JoshGroff

            I’ve been playing Spectral Souls and Final Fantasy series games on my phone. JRPGs translate very well onto a mobile platform.

        • T4rd

          Clash of Clans has been taking most of my spare time over the last 6 months or so it has been on Android. It doesn’t offer console or PC level game immersion (which I think would be hard to pull off on a small touch screen), but it’s definitely just as addictive and time consuming, IMO. But the appeal is that it’s not time consuming in the way that console/PC games are, because you can do a quick raid and check up on your clan in a few mins and continue on with your day, or spend hours raiding and tweaking/upgrading your base if you have a bit of free time. With a console/PC game, they usually demand that you play them for longer sittings and are less appealing for people with inconsistent schedules, or with families that are always hogging your TV (both of which apply to me a lot). Also, I haven’t had the time or money to do a new PC build, so my gaming rig is 3-4 years old now and a bit dated, so I’d want to do a new build if I wanted to get back into PC games so I can play with higher IQ settings and play them the way they’re meant to be played.

          Hope this answers your question! ;-)

    • kyle

      I’m with you on this.. I loose patience so quickly especially on the games I really want to play.. the controls can be janky unless you’re playing a game thats better suited for mobile. Steam in home streaming is the ticket

    • WallBreaker

      I agree I play once in a blue moon on my phone, but I’m either too busy or rather play on my computer or console.

      • Guest

        Once in a blue moon? What game is that?

        • WallBreaker

          Lol it’s not a game but an expression.

    • Apocalypso

      Different strokes for different folks. For me, I have ample time to play games during my daily commutes to and from work via public transit. As for battery life, I have a charger at my office, so I usually have more than enough juice to last me by the time I get home.

    • jack

      I play console games. A couple hours a week isn’t a lot for people who really don’t “have time to play” games. If Android became a first tier gaming platform and got ports of current games or new exclusive games then I’d play on my phone instead of my consoles. I’m mostly looking for story driven games though.

      • Art

        Same, I spend a few hours a week playing story based console games. If Android had these and aren’t just ports or emulation of old games then I’d replace those few hours a week playing games on my phone instead.

      • mo

        Ya, I’d play more Android games if there were more games worth playing. I’d have the time too. I don’t watch TV nor waste time on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, YouTube, etc. That leaves maybe 3-5 hours a week I could play video games.

        Too bad in the time I’ve been using Android since 2009, I’ve only played maybe 5 games that I liked that aren’t old ports or run on emulators. I guess the whole sub-$10 price target just doesn’t allow for gaming companies to do much. High end smartphones seem to be as or more powerful than mobile consoles like the PS Vita and Nintendo DS. Not sure if the software side of things can make use of the hardware as efficiently as the Vita and DS though. It’s unfortunate that the best games on Android are just games from old consoles that I’ve likely already played on the original system. I guess this won’t change soon since the current trend of popular games are things like Flappy Birds or some other similar lame game.

    • jnt

      I never play games on my phone, nor do I ever feel the need to. So if you’re in the minority, so am I! :)

    • Aaron C

      I used to play mobile games when I first got my original Droid (Tower Raiders), and I will do the occasional Where’s My Water or clones. Before that, it was solitaire and bejeweled on my Treo, but that’s it. I don’t understand the mobile gaming thing. I play my games on PC and Xbox and PlayStation. But I’m old (45). Guess I’m not “down with the kids.”

  • Pedro

    Damn! Just got Room 2 last week with the Humble Bundle buy.
    Oh, yeah, also got a few other games and threw a little extra support to whatever the standard distribution is for the HB gang.

    I think I play a couple games more than a few hours each, but I still buy every bundle. Devs and charity are all right with me.

  • Trevor

    Just bought 10000000; it is awesome.

  • yodatom10

    Yep already own all of those …. I’ve given Google far to much $ over the years

    • Guest#69

      Which are some of your favorites? I own The Room 2, Riptide GP2 and Broken Sword. Any must-haves?

      • JoeP

        I recommend AAAAAAAA. I played it on PC and it’s so different that I loved it. The mobile version is a little different, a little more streamlined, and it’s perfect as a pick up and play game. It’s very fun imo.