The weekly sale at the Windows Store gives you six apps, indie games and Xbox titles priced at least half-off and the latest batch includes fun times with a chimp, snowboarding stunts and a nostalgic homage to “Star Trek: The Next Generation.”
In “iStunt 2” ($2.49, regularly $4.99), you’re riding down the slopes on a snowboard, showing off some serious shredding. With “Chimpact” ($2.49, regularly $4.99) you’re traveling with a cute chimp through a crisply rendered jungle to collect gems, medallions and, of course, bananas. In “Doodle Kingdom” ($1.49, regularly $4.99) you create your own kingdom, with castles, knights, warlocks and dragons.
If you want to switch it up with more realistic games, try “Farming Simulator” ($1.49, regularly $4.99). With this app, you cultivate fields, maintain roads and run your farm in a small village. Or maybe you’re more in the mood to get your financial house in order. MoBu ($3.49, regularly $6.99) helps you track and manage your personal finances – and make a plan for the future. Finally, the LCARS Interface ($1.49, regularly $2.99) harkens back to the future envisioned by “Star Trek: The Next Generation” with a computer interface that makes it feel like you’re on a starship.
Check out all of these Red Stripe Deals in the Windows Store.
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