Battle the Covenant, scan docs, explore the moon – all with the Windows Store’s latest Red Stripe Deals

From “Halo: Spartan Assault”

Each week brings more amazing Red Stripe Deals to the Windows Store that can save you at least 50 percent off the original price of selected apps, indie games and Xbox titles.

This week’s offering includes the hugely popular “Halo: Spartan Assault” ($1.99, regularly $6.99), a legendary arcade shooter where you’ll wage battles on numerous fronts and carry out thrilling missions against the evil Covenant. “Swingworm” ($1.49, regularly $2.99) lands you in a little worm’s world, where your actions and the laws of physics determine what happens and where he goes – swinging, stretching, smashing and grabbing his way along.

Where Angels Cry” ($1.99, regularly $6.99) is an adventure that takes you to a medieval monastery hidden deep in the Alps, where you investigate the disappearance of a monk and a statue that weeps. Interrogate other residents, complete challenges and tasks, solve puzzles and play dozens of exciting mini-games.

Note Anytime ($3.99, regularly $7.99) brings PDF annotating, note taking and vector graphic sketching to a scalable white space, so you can capture your inspirations easily and share them quickly from your Windows Phone. Mark up contracts and documents, take quick notes, make sketches and more. My Media Center($2.49, regularly $4.99) lets you control your Windows Media Center experience right from your Windows device, and with any tuner.

And finally, there’s some fun for little ones with Sago Mini Music Box($1.49, regularly $2.99), which takes advantage of touch screen devices like the Microsoft Surface to create a musical box of sounds – everything from chimes, horns drums, animals and more, all ready with just a shake, rattle or tap.

Find all of this week’s Red Stripe Deals on the Windows Experience Blog!

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Jeff Meisner
Microsoft News Center Staff