Warner Bros Mobile Games Get Holiday Discounts
Tis the season for nights by the fire, time with family and gathering around whatever holiday or non-holiday traditions you share in order to spread love, friendship and yadda-yadda-yadda. But even during the holidays you’ll likely be in need of a little gaming “me time,” which is why it’s nice that Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is selling a whole bunch of their mobile games for as low as $0.99 for a limited time.
Let’s face it: You can only get in so much caroling, decorating, story swapping and gift giving before it’s time to hide in some forgotten corner of the house and get away from it all. Or maybe it would be easier to simply pretend you’re checking emails when, secretly, you’re ignoring the 15th run of A Christmas Story in order to spend some quality time with a new mobile game.
Either way, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is making gaming on the go this holiday season a heck of a lot easier, stuffing your virtual stockings with enough bargains to keep you running, jumping, driving and shooting your way through the next couple of weeks without breaking the bank.
The holidays are a great time for games discounts, and Warner Bros. is kicking off the festivities with 12 titles (one for each night of Christmas, maybe?) marked down to as low as a single buck. Everything from superheroes to wizards, classics to new hits are included in this limited promotion. These discounts include the following titles:
-Lego Batman: DC Super Heroes
-Batman: Arkham City Lockdown
-Man of Steel
-Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters
-Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4
-Lego Harry Potter Years 5-7
-Harry Potter: spells
-Midway Arcade Games
-Tapper World Tour
As an added bonus, Lego The Lord of the Rings will also be on sale on the App Store for just $2.99. And, finally, if you’re not gaming on an iDevice, Android users can enjoy some of this holiday cheer, too. Batman Arkham City Lockdown, Man of Steel and Scribblenauts Remix are all available on GooglePlay and the Amazon Appstore for Android for just a single buck.
Unfortunately, my own phone isn’t exactly a gaming machine, so I am unable to report on any picks of the litter from the collection above. If anyone has two cents they’d like to throw in via the comments section, it would be much appreciated. Are the Batman games worth a buck? Did the Lego titles make a good translation to mobile? Think of any input you can provide as a solid last-minute way to guarantee your name’s placement on the Nice list this year.
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