Ganondorf Stories January 20, 2016

expiredGames/Apps: Things task manager for iOS from $5 (Reg. up to $20), Clear for iOS from $2, amiibo from $7, freebies, more

In today’s best game/app deals, the iOS and Mac App Stores have exploded with top-notch productivity app sales. We have already brought you deep disocunts on Deliveries for iOS and the best password manager out there: 1Password, but it doesn’t stop there. The popular Things task manager app has gone 50% off on iPhone, iPad and the Mac this morning. Things for iPhone is $5 (Reg. $10), Things for iPad is $10 (Reg. $20) and Things for Mac is $25 (Reg. $50). That’s matching the lowest we have ever seen on the Mac version (which was way back in 2013). And while we did see the iPad and iPhone versions go free once back in November 2014, this is the best price we have seen since on both of them. The three apps combine for a 4 star rating from over 22,000 reviewers.

Next, we have another popular task manager app: Clear – Tasks, Reminders & To-Do Lists for iOS down at $2 (Reg. $5) or on the Mac for $5 (Reg. $10). Outside of a 2 day deal back 2014, this is matching the lowest we have seen the iOS version go for, and matching the lowest we have seen for the Mac version. They combine for a 4 star rating from nearly 9,000 reviewers.

R.O.B. Famicom Colors amiibo is up for pre-order, along with Street Fighter’s Ryu amiibo, both for $12.99 each. Ganondorf, Mewtwo and Link amiibo are all down at $9.99 Prime shipped each on Amazon and Chibi-Robo has dropped below $7 Prime shipped (Reg. $13). And over on the PlayStation Store, Sony has kicked off digital sales for Batman/Warner Bros. games, 2K titles and much more.

Down below you’ll find today’s iOS/Mac price drops including Genius Scan+ – PDF Scanner, Duet Display, Ultimate Guitar Tabs, Notability, Affinity Designer and more. Android gamers will want to check out Need for Speed Most Wanted down at just $0.10 and the Zelda Twilight Princess HD Official Hardcover Game Guide (pre-order) is still $24 Prime shipped (Reg. $40).

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Ganondorf Stories December 29, 2015

expiredGames/Apps: New Nintendo 3DS XL Hyrule Gold Edition $175 (Reg. $240+), amiibo from $8, The Order 1886 $10, freebies, more

Update: $100 iTunes Physical Gift Card for $80 shipped (20% off): save on apps, music, movies, more!

In today’s best game/apps deals, GameStop is offering the Hyrule Gold Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL for $174.99 shipped right now. That’s $25 off the regular $200 price tag, about $85 under Amazon for this model and the best we can find. The New Nintendo 3DS comes packed with extra features including built-in amiibo support and more. Remember, Amazon is still offering the red or black New Nintendo 3DS XL at its lowest price ever: $174.99 shipped.

Speaking of amiibo, Amazon is offering the Mabel amiibo (Animal Crossing Series) for just $7.57 today (Reg. $13), along with MewtwoLinkZero Suit SamusGanondorf and Toad for $9.99 Prime shipped each (Reg. $13). You’ll also find this deal matched on Walmart along with some additional characters like Pac-Man and Pikmin & Olimer. And don’t forget about the Power A amiibo End Level Display for $19.99 Prime shipped (the lowest prices we have ever seen).

Other notables include The Order: 1886 for $9.99 with free in-store pickup at GameStop (Reg. $20+, physical disc), Skylanders SuperChargers Starter Pack for iPad $29.91 Prime shipped (Reg. $40+), Skylanders SuperChargers: Racing Sky Pack $32 Prime shipped (Reg. $35), Evolve from $9.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $30+), and Borderlands Triple Pack – PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 $29.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $50).

Down below you’ll find today’s best iOS/Mac price drops including Mutant Mudds, Minecraft Explorer Pro, Word², YoWindow Weather and many more. In case you missed it recently, we also have sales on DuckTales: RemasteredDigits, the calculator for humans, 1Password, 17 days of deals on the Xbox Store and Year-End Android Game Deals.

Ongoing game deals/promotions:

Ganondorf Stories September 11, 2015

If you didn’t camp out early this morning for today’s new amiibo figures, chances are you’re coming home empty handed. Some retailers have been putting the new amiibo up online throughout the morning including Walmart, Target, and Gamestop but those opportunities have been pretty random. Conversely, Amazon is clearly laying out its availability plans for the all-new wave 5B amiibo figures… expand full story

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