Six premium Gameloft games slashed to 99 cents each in a limited time sale

By , Mar 6, 2013

French publisher Gameloft has some of the finest games for the iPhone and iPad available on the App Store. The “problem” is, the company’s triple-As are not free to play like Electronic Arts’ Real Racing 3 is, for example. And more often than not, these best-sellers will set you back north of five bucks each.

That’s why I’m so excited about Gameloft’s new promotion which slashes five hit iOS games to just 99 cents, including Unreal Engine 3-based Wild Blood, Iron Man 2 and The Dark Knight Rises – which, as you may have guessed, is based on the epic conclusion to filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. If you’re a hard-core gamer like I am, it’s a no-brainer, really…

Click the App Store links below.

• 9mm [$0.99, was $6.99]
• Assassin’s Creed – Altaïr’s Chronicles [$0.99, was $4.99]
• Iron Man 2 [$0.99, was $4.99]
• Spider-Man: Total Mayhem [$0.99, was $6.99]
• The Dark Knight Rises [$0.99, was $6.99]
• Wild Blood [$0.99, was $6.99]

I’m particularly fond of Wild Blood, which harnesses the power of the Unreal engine for awesome 3D graphics. The game puts you in the shoes of Sir Lancelot and you’re tasked with confronting King Arthur who has gone mad and in his insanity has opened the Hellgate. It’s Gameloft’s first title based on the Unreal technology and basically a glorified hack’n'slash featuring all forms of demons

Here’s your teaser clip.

And a launch trailer.

If you pick up all six titles for a total of $5.94, you’re looking at a massive 85 percent saving versus their combined $37.94 value.

With Wild Blood alone costing seven bucks, you basically get the remaining five games for free, still netting a little over a buck – enough to treat yourself to a latte (you can thank me later).

These deals are time-limited so act now before the prices go up again.

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  • bob

    awesome

  • Usama Ahmad

    At least one game should be free :/

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000208093190 Justine Tobi Dayao

    i hope my father is reading this and buys wild blood. or someone can always gift an app. :)

  • http://twitter.com/jmarsh5 Justin Marshall

    The fact that Wild Blood has been out since September yet I’ve never heard of it scares me. Don’t know if it’s any good. Regardless, I’ll give my .99 to try it out.

    • http://www.facebook.com/stephen.m.simon Stephen Michael Simon

      It is good, I got it for 99 cents back in November I believe. One of my most played games and I don’t play games hardly at all on my iDevices.

  • steelblued

    will they still work in iOS 6??? espeically the Assassin Creed game, it was last updated in 2010 ….

  • Spatulaofd00m

    Uk store has the offer noted in the description text but cost full price to buy. Appears to be a teaser rather than a sale.

  • Phase 3

    Are you serious? Gameloft and finest games don’t go together. Gameloft are hackjobs that steal all their games from other creators. Gangstar = GTA, Modern Combat = Moder Warfare, Eternal Legacy = Final Fantasy, Order & Chaos = World of Warcraft and the list goes on. And to even mention that pile of crap called Real Racing 3 just another franchise which EA came and destroyed with that outrageous IAP system when people would have payed a premium price.

  • Chuck Finley

    The major thing that pisses me off with Gameloft is that all there games are just massive rip-offs of big name games. It’s not even subtle.

  • http://twitter.com/tjskywasher TJ

    Why’s everyone always bitchin’ about Gameloft games? I’ve never had any issues with them and buy quite a few of their top titles for my iPad. And as for ripping off top titles from other platforms I think that’s kind of the idea and their whole business model. None of the major developers on games consoles are going to bring their top titles to iOS to sell for a meagre price so that’s why Gameloft have ‘ripped off’ as you put it and released their own versions.

  • Ernie Marin

    Gamelost, yeah I said Gamelost, should update their games, half those games don’t even support IOS 6, so don’t even bother with the iPhone 5, and when they do it’s with glitches all over the place, hell to play Spiderman you need to use either headphones or connect the phone to speakers to hear the game, and all this is if you are lucky enough to go beyond the loading screen.
    -EDIT-
    My bad on Spiderman, I just noticed they actually updated to fix the sound issue, still some of the other games have issues that need to be fixed. Here’s a question, why can they make a game with iPad resolution, but not one with iPhone 5 resolution?

  • JGGP

    six guns-red dead redemption