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[UPDATED] Black Friday iPhone and iPad game sales round-up

Sale of the century. Or at the very least month

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[UPDATE: Since publication, this story has been updated a number of times with new sales.]

And so begins another epic iOS sale. Black Friday may still be four days away, but Com2uS is getting into the spirit early with a plethora of price-cuts across its iOS catalogue.

For a limited time only, you can pick up Tower Defense: Lost Earth, baseball-bashing Homerun Battle 3D, and the porcine-puzzler Piggy Adventure in the App Store for the reduced price of 69p/99c.

Sega has discounted some of its Sonic titles, including Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1.

Gameloft is feeling generous, too, offering 20 of its iOS games for 69p/99c.

Chair is currently offering its Pocket Gamer Gold Award-winning slasher Infinity Blade for a wallet-friendly £1.99/$2.99, and you can grab Konami’s snot-centric Gesundheit! for 69p/99c.

If all that wasn’t enough, you can now get your hands on SmashMouth Games's rhythmic Russian Dancing Men for free.

For all these bargains and more, check the list below. We'll keep it updated as more publishers join the sales frenzy.

Com2uS

//iPhone//


69p/99c

Homerun Battle 3D
Tower Defense: Lost Earth
Puzzle Family
Inotia 3: Children of Carnia
Piggy Adventure
Zombie Runaway
9 Innings: Pro Baseball 2011

//iPad//

69p/99c

Homerun Battle 3D HD
Tower Defense HD

G5 Entertainment

//iPhone//

69p/99c

Mushroom Age
Treasure Seekers: Visions of Gold
Romance of Rome
Jack of All Tribes Deluxe
Fix-it-up: Kate's Adventure
Virtual City

//iPad//

69p/99c


Mushroom Age HD
Treasure Seekers: Visions of Gold HD
Romance of Rome HD
Jack of All Tribes HD Deluxe
Fix-it-up: Kate's Adventure
Virtual City HD

//Android//

69p/99c


Mahjongg Artifacts 2
Supermarket Management
Supermarket Mania
Supermarket Mania 2
Stand O'Food
Paranormal Agency
Virtual City

Gameloft

//iPhone//

69p/99c

Silent Ops
BackStab
Fast Five the Movie: Official Game
Sacred Odyssey: Rise of Ayden
Starfront: Collision
Shadow Guardian
Eternal Legacy
Real Golf 2011
Spider-Man: Total Mayhem
Gameloft Action Pack
Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
Splinter Cell Conviction
Zombie Infection
Iron Man 2
Gameloft Sports Pack
Rayman 2: The Great Escape
James Cameron’s Avatar
The Settlers
Shrek Kart
Assassin’s Creed: Altaïr’s Chronicles

//iPad//

69p/99c

Silent Ops
BackStab
Fast Five the Movie: Official Game HD
Sacred Odyssey: Rise of Ayden HD
Starfront: Collision HD
Shadow Guardian HD
Eternal Legacy HD
Real Golf 2011 HD
Spider-Man: Total Mayhem HD
Prince of Persia: Warrior Within HD
Splinter Cell Conviction HD
Zombie Infection HD
Iron Man 2
James Cameron’s Avatar
The Settlers HD
Shrek Kart HD
Assassin’s Creed: Altaïr’s Chronicles HD

Sega

//iPhone//

69p/99c

Altered Beast
Gunstar Heroes
Sonic Spinball
Street of Rage
Street of Rage 2
Street of Rage 3
Virtua Fighter 2

£1.49/$1.99

Sonic The Hedgehog
Sonic The Hedgehog 2
Sonic & Sega All Stars Racing

£1.99/$2.99

Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1

//iPad//

69/99c 

Super Monkey Ball 2 Sakura Edition 

99Games

//iPhone//

69p/99c


WordsWorth
Empire Builder: Ancient Egypt
Winemaker Extraordinaire
Create A Mall
Mystic Emporium
Chess Pro
Prison Mayhem
Christmas Sudoku
Wordulous
Aqua Jigsaw
Jigsaw Wild
Chess Lite

//iPad//

69p/99c

WordsWorth HD
Empire Builder HD
Winemaker Extraordinaire HD
Create a Mall HD
Mystic Emporium HD
Prison Mayhem HD

Chair Entertainment Group

//iPhone and iPad//

£1.99/$2.99

Infinity Blade

Konami

//iPhone//

69p/99c

Gesundheit!

//iPad//

69p/99c

Gesundheit! HD

Godzilab

//Universal//


69p/99c

iBlast Moki 2 HD

SmashMouth Games

//iPhone and iPad//

Free


Russian Dancing Men

Pangea Software

//iPhone//

69p/99c


Monkey Bongo
Enigmo
Enigmo 2
Cro-Mag Rally
Nanosaur 2
Billy Frontier
Bugdom 2
Warheads
Otto Matic
Antimatter
Quarters

//iPad//

69p/99c


Enigmo Deluxe 

Kairosoft

//iPhone//

£1.49/$1.99


Hot Springs Story
Pocket Academy

Firemint

//iPhone//

69p/99c


Real Racing 

£1.99/$2.99

Real Racing 2 

//iPad//

£1.49/$1.99

Real Racing HD
Flight Control HD

£2.99/$4.99

Real Racing 2 HD 

Telltale

//iPhone//

69p/99c 


Puzzle Agent
Puzzle Agent 2
Hector: Ep 2 - Sensless Acts of Justice
Hector: Ep 3 - Beyond Reasonable Doom

//iPad//

£1.99/$2.99


Back to the Future: Ep 1 HD
Back to the Future: Ep 2 HD
Back to the Future: Ep 3 HD
Back to the Future: Ep 4 HD
Back to the Future: Ep 5 HD 
Hector: Ep 1 HD - We Negotiate with Terrorists
Hector: Ep 2 HD - Senseless Acts of Justice
Hector: Ep 3 HD - Beyond Reasonable Doom 
Monkey Island Tales 1 HD
Monkey Island Tales 2 HD
Monkey Island Tales 3 HD
Monkey Island Tales 4 HD
Monkey Island Tales 5 HD 
Puzzle Agent HD
Puzzle Agent 2 HD
Sam & Max: Ep 1 -The Penal Code HD
Wallace & Gromit: The Last Resort HD 

EA

//iPhone//

69p/99c


The Sims 3
Monopoly
Scrabble
Trivial Pursuit
Pictureka! 

£1.49/$1.99 

Madden NFL 12
Fifa 12

//iPad//

£1.49/$1.99

Monopoly HD
Scrabble HD
Trivial Pursuit HD
Pictureka HD 
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit HD 

£2.99/$3.99

Madden NFL 12 HD 

//Android//

40% off

Madden NFL 12
Need for Speed: Shift
The Sims 3 

Rockstar

//iPhone//

£1.99/$2.99


Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

//iPad//

£1.99/$2.99


Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars HD 

Game Mechanics Studios

//iPhone//

£1.49/$1.99


High Flyer Death Defyer

//iPad//

£1.99/$2.99

High Flyer Death Defyer HD

//Universal//

69p/99c


High Flyer Jetpack Tests

Full Control ApS

//Universal//

£1.49


Tactical Soldier: Undead Rising
BulkyPix

//iPhone//

69p/99c


Twin Blades

//iPad//

69p/99c


Twin Blades HD

£1.99/$2.99

Corpse Granny HD
Grave Defense HD

//Universal//

69p/99c


Hysteria Project 

Team17 Software

//iPhone//

69p/99c


Worms Crazy Golf 

//iPad//

£1.99/$2.99


Worms Crazy Golf HD

Disney Mobile

69p/99c

//iPhone//

Handy Manny Workshop
Split/Second
My Baby Einstein
Toy Story Mania
Alice in Wonderland
Phineas and Ferb Arcade
Fairies Fly

//Universal//

The Incredible Machine

//iPad//

Handy Manny Workshop on iPad
Phineas and Ferb Arcade on iPad
JellyCar 2 on iPad
Fairies Fly on iPad

OrangePixel

69p/99c

//Universal//

Stardash
INC
Meganoid
Super Drill Panic
 

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thesheep | 16:29 - 25 November 2011
HD on mobile is simple an marketing phrase thats it. There is an huge difference on what you tell here might be HD in the TV or common sense and on mobile.
A PC screen 10 years ago with an standard resolution of 1280x1024 was already more detailed as a normal TV screen. If you were looking DVDs on those resolutions it was always better and seemed to have higher quality as on the first LCD/Plasma or old fashioned TV screens. But have you ever seen a PC game being sold with naming HD when it was not supporting 1920x1080? Nope...

HD is high denisty and is a secured naming for exactly what it is 1920x1080 or 1080p thats HD, and this goes for displaying systems which are able to show content nativly on this size.

Everything else is just confusing customers and nothing less then make money out of people who believe this easy statements.

Please do not understand this as rant on the big companies who use this, but its and a non discussiable fact. Who ever started with this was smart, but actually I don't like this trend as many others from industry.

I wonder what will happen if a device will enter the market which is really able to support these resolution...the games will be named HDHD??? Or True HD?

Yay...sake to the marketing guys who have no idea about the technology used in their business.

Have a nice weekend :)

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GypsyDave | 14:50 - 24 November 2011
Some more sales running until November 28th too:

Origin8
Sentinel 1 & 2: FREE
Sentinel 3: $0.99 was $2.99 (PocketGamer GOLD award winner)
Space Station: Frontier: FREE
Space Station: Frontier HD: $0.99 was $2.99
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link6616 | 20:46 - 22 November 2011
The ipad very much has a HD screen... It's just not a TV...

The standards for TVs and monitors is that now, as is the 16:9 format. But I think anything over 800*600 is technically HD (which still also makes the retina screens HD...). And we have more vertical lines on an iPad than 720p anyway so it seems odd we can have a HD resolution be partially smaller.
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PG James Gilmour | 18:12 - 21 November 2011
The 'HD' tag is simply used to separate the iPad build of a game or app from the iPhone build.

A lot of games written for the iPhone can also be run on iPad, but rely on the iPad to upscale the iPhone-native resolution. The 'HD' versions of those games are made specifically for the iPad's 1024x768 display.

Although the iPad doesn't have an 'HD' screen in the current sense of the term (1280x720 or 1920x1080), that's the tag that gets used in the App Store. I can see why it might cause some confusion, though.
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klouud | 17:24 - 21 November 2011
Now... when a game says "HD" does that mean iPad or retina devices? Or both? Very confusing... iPad isn't even HD... and technically the retina devices aren't either... something about the resolution not being large enough.

tim
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