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- ChAIR has now made a massive collection of developer assets available for free in the Unreal Engine Marketplace. It is apparently around $3 million dollars worth of art and sound, most of which comes from the now cancelled “Infinity Blade: Dungeons”. You can scope out all the details here.
- Apple has now officially selected Infinity Blade 3 as the new App Store Free App of the Week.
Developer ChAIR is now offering Infinity Blade III for free on the App Store. Regularly listed at $6.99, we have seen it come down to as low as $1, but never before has it gone free. ChAIR says it is for a limited time only so be sure to jump on this one if you’re interested. It has a 4 star rating from 29,745 reviewers.
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Patozon via Amazon offers the Mpow 3.3-ft MFi Apple-certified Lightning cable for $7.99. Enter coupon code AZYWNQUC during checkout to drop your total price down to $4.99 Prime shipped. If you aren’t a Prime member, then you can either sign up for a free trial or place an order of at least $35 to get free shipping. Today’s deal is a savings of $3 off its regular price and the lowest priced Lightning cable we’re currently able to find. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars from 548 Amazon reviewers. expand full story
Kingdom Rush iOS titles are well regarded and today Kingdom Rush and Kingdom Rush HD for iPad have gone free. While this certainly isn’t the first time they have been available for nothing, it has been nearly 8 months since they have dipped this low. The iPhone and iPad versions combine for a perfect 5 star rating from nearly 40,000 reviewers.
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Raspberry Pi has changed the way we look at microcomputing, access to technology and computer programming. It has opened the door to bringing these small devices to schools for educational programs of all kinds. Today, the Raspberry Pi Foundation officially launched a new touchscreen display that truly makes it an all-in-one alternative.
It’s that time again, and Apple has now selected the new Free App of the Week: Flick Kick Football. It would usually run you $2, but you can now grab it for iPhone and iPad for free. This additicive, swip-to-shoot soccer title has a 4.5 star rating from 45,392 reviews.
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