It could be celebration of the fifth anniversary of the App Store, or it could just be a beautiful mirage. Either way, you can download games like Infinity Blade II and Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP on Apple’s App Store for the low, low price of absolutely nothing right now. If you’re angling for some new digital entertainment to make your morning commute more tolerable you should probably jump on this deal today, and there’s no telling when it may end, and the termination of the sale will likely be as unexpected and sudden as its origin.
As The Verge points out, the sale could be the unheralded beginnings of a birthday party of sorts for the iOS App Store, which turns five years old later this week. Apple hasn’t announced anything official yet, but the timing of critically acclaimed games including Tiny Wings and Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP does seem suspiciously close to that milestone. Less gaming-minded individuals can get apps like Traktor DJ and planner app Day One without opening their digital wallets as well, so scoot on down — and of course keep an eye out for other hot apps that may be getting the ultimate in sales sticker technology later on this week.
(via The Verge, image via App Store)
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