All premium Warner Bros games are 99 cents for a limited time

By , Jul 2, 2013

Man of Steel (iPad screenshot 001)

With the summer season officially here, game makers are increasingly turning to attractive discounts as a last-ditched effort to boost sales before games hit the beaches.

First was Sega, which slashed a bunch of iOS games to just 99 cents, followed by Epic Games’ not-to-be-missed award-winning Infinity Blade II 99-cent sale. Those deals have expired now, but don’t despair – Warner Bros. has you covered.

In a summer blowout sale promotion, the publisher has discounted its many triple-As to just 99-cents. We’re talking big name releases here, such as Batman Arkham City Lockdown, LEGO games and the recently released Man of Steel movie tie-in…

The following premium games have been slashed to just 99 cents:

Bastion [was $4.99, now $0.99]
Batman Arkham City Lockdown [was $5.99, now $0.99]
Harry Potter: Spells [was $2.99, now $0.99]
LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes [was $4.99, now $0.99]
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 [was $4.99, now $0.99]
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 [was $4.99, now $0.99]
Man of Steel [was $2.99, now $0.99]
Midway Arcade [was $1.99, now $0.99]
Scribblenauts Remix [was $1.99, now $0.99]

These are all universal binaries supporting all form-factor iDevices.

Here’s the official Man of Steel trailer.

Warner Bros is a very prolific App Store publisher, by the way.

They are running this promotion for a limited time so you may want to take advantage of it right now before they jack up the prices again. And if you’re on Android, head over to Google’s Play store and search ‘Warner Bros. games’ because these deals are also valid on Google’s platform.

These games would normally run you a total of $35.91 and you could get all seven of them for just $8.91.

Now, that’s a blowout sale if I’ve seen any.

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  • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

    Not showing up for Superman or Batman in the Play Store. Scribblenauts was marked down to 99 cents though..

  • Tony Klapatch

    Still waiting for a Gameloft sale. Maybe for Independence Day?

    • Adil Hussain

      Let hope so….

  • George Hu

    Bastion for 99 cents is practically a steal.