Many notable sales have gone on in the Chillingo arena, and most are games that I absolutely adored. All are down to a $0.99 price point, and almost all are worth more than the asking price. This Christmas should be a bargain bin for most, and I think it’s safe to say that you should start right here with these $0.99 sale games.
Touch KO (4.99 -> 0.99): One of the best boxing experiences on the iPhone yet, inspired by EA’s Fight Night on the PSP. It’s a solid boxing game for those looking for a quick beat-em-up. It is quite easy though, but otherwise, a good game. Worth more than $0.99 if that’s the way you want to look at it.
Defender Chronicles (4.99 -> 0.99): Best tower defense game in the App Store. Period. Don’t think twice when buying this game, you’ll regret it if you miss this sale.
Jules Verne’s Secrets Of The Mysterious Island (6.99 -> 0.99): Adventure fans should get a kick out of this one as it’s all about solving puzzles and finding the true secret of Mystery Island. For those looking for another Secret of Monkey Island or Beneath A Steel Sky, don’t look any further.
Jules Verne’s Return To Mysterious Island (4.99 -> 0.99): The prequel to Secrets of Mystery Island, it’s again, one of the best adventure games on the platform. It’ll cost some time to download, but once you get that done and through with, you’ll receive quite a graphical, first-person experience.
Cash Cow (2.99 -> 0.99): A unique puzzler port from the PC version, we found it to be refreshing and cute. We reviewed it at $2.99, and the $0.99 is a nice price point for those looking for puzzles to solve. It’s unique, fresh, and definitely worth that measly dollar.
iDracula (2.99 -> 0.99): One of the first dual-stick shooters in the App Store, iDracula has been deemed a classic. If you haven’t bought this already, now is the time to. While other dual stick shooters like Meteor Blitz have trumped the now antique title, it’s still worth a look.
Toki Tori (4.99 -> 0.99): With a level editor and some other random features, Toki Tori is the most complete puzzle experience on the iPhone. It’s a faithful port of the Wii version, and everything is the same. If you’re stuck, you’ll find tutorials on Youtube that walk you through all the levels. If you haven’t picked it up, now is the time to finally do so.