Top 10 Price Drop iPhone Gaming Apps


As you may be aware developers are constantly updating their apps to add new features or fix bugs. One thing developers also do quite often is drop their prices to try to drive additional trade and popularity to their apps. I’ve listed the very latest, as of this moment, top 10 reduced iPhone app games for you to try. Take a look at this list now and download a few, many are free for a limited time.

Slap Word | Beautiful Word Action


A Word Game Like You’ve never seen before (w/ 3D effects). Give your brain a true workout, finding, slapping and swaping words in SlapWord.

New Price: $1.99 – was $4.99/Download

Submarine Hunt


In Submarine Hunt you take the role of a ship captain. The sea is infested with enemy submarines and other dangerous natural species. Destroy as many as you can avoiding their attacks! Wave after wave of attacks, the difficulty and ferocity of the attacks increases. How long will you be able to survive?

New Price: $0.99 – was $1.99/Download



Sokoban(also called Boxman,PushBox,or Warehouse keeper) is a transport puzzle in which the player pushes boxes around a maze,viewed from above,and tries to put them in designated locations.

New Price: $0.99 – was $1.99/Download

The Color Test


This test has been designed to measure the component of cognition (called Exectuive Function) that controls and manages higher-order cognitive process.

Now Free – was $0.99/Download

Super Juicy


Super Juicy in collaboration with will be Free today and today only!

If you like tetris, bubble burst, bejeweled etc, this is right down your alley. Very well crafted – bright, zesty and lots of fun!

Now Free – was $1.99/Download



This is a very addictive game since it is challenging to keep up with the speed of the fishes as they start swimming faster and faster. It is free for a limited time.

Now Free – was $0.99/Download



The game is "Boong", it is easy and fun game in iPhone/iPod touch everybody. If you jump on the clouds, the monster appears from bottom to top. Tilting iPhone/iPod from left to right, "Boong" moves on the clouds. By Touching the screen, "Boong" shoots his weapon to the monster.

New Price: $0.99 – was $1.99/Download

Puzzle Maniac


Enter Puzzle Maniac, the newest puzzle craze to hit the app store! With five mind-breaking puzzles and more coming soon, this app is guarenteed to give you its fair share of entertainment. You will have to use logic, reasoning, and above all an open mind to complete all five and become a Puzzle Maniac! Only free until September 1, so get it now!

Now Free – was $0.99/Download



So you think you’re the best of the best of the best? Maybe you haven’t played Rafter yet! This deceptively simple game needs a little bit of physics and a lot of timing to hit your target – a miniscule red mine.

Put your problem solving skills and logic to the test by drawing blocks(square, rectangle, long, short, thin, thick. well, you get the picture!), and launching them at the mines. And our friendly timer will keep ticking away till you master the trick!

Rafter has 101 progressive levels of challenges. There are multiple solutions to each level, but its upto good ol’ you to figure out which one is the best. Oh, and we upped the ante by tying in your scores with the number of moves you make. The equation is simple: Each level has a fixed number of moves and the score increases when you solve the game using the least number of moves.

Now Free – was $0.99/Download



SmartBalls is a puzzle game where you arrange the balls on 6×6 or 9×9 board to put them in the right order (as shown on "original picture").

How to play?
1. Choose the board – 6×6 or 9×9
2. Choose the picture (level).
3. Move the balls horizontally or vertically by sliding the screen to put them into right order.

The game have 12 levels on each board (both 6×6 and 9×9), so at all you have 24 levels.
At the begining only the first picture (level) on each board is available. After finishing the first level, the second become available, after finishing second – third, etc.

Now Free – was $0.99/Download

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