Pangea Games is giving away a number of its games in honor of the App Store's third birthday. The App Store opened July 11, 2008 and users downloaded 10 million apps in the first 3 days.

Apple recently noted that more than 15 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store, an average of 13.7 million apps per day.

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Pangea is giving away:

- Networked racing game Cro-Mag Rally (formerly $3.99)
- The phenomenal and award-winning puzzle games Enigmo ($2.99) and Enigmo Deluxe for iPad ($2.99)
- Sequel Enigmo 2 ($2.99)
- Physics arcade game Antimatter ($0.99)
- Alien 3rd-person RPG Otto Matic ($2.99)
- Pilot a flying dinosaur from the future with Nanosaur 2 ($3.99)
- 3D Action-Adventure title Bugdom 2 ($2.99)
- Space cowboy game Billy Frontier ($2.99)

The free pricing is only through 9 PM EDT tonight. That's a ton of free games. After that, pricing goes up to $0.99, which is still a deal, but not nearly as good as free. Grab 'em while you can.

Top Rated Comments

Porco Avatar
165 months ago
Nice. Thanks for the tip MR, and thanks for the games Pangea.
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Surely Avatar
165 months ago
Yeah, he was really snoozing while he was busy at work. :rolleyes:
Missed it too, quite annoying.
Please take note of the ;) and the :p.

These are called [air quotes]emoticons[/air quotes], and they mean that I was playfully joking around with the good doctor.

Wowzers.

Thanks for the -1!:rolleyes:
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
slrandall Avatar
165 months ago
Thanks for the heads-up!
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gpat Avatar
165 months ago
Bugdom used to be a piece of my childhood on an iMac G3. I'll be sure to enjoy it on my iPad.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dustinsc Avatar
165 months ago
I'll download all of them, and, if I'm lucky, end up keeping one or two on my phone. I can't see most of these keeping my attention, but you can't argue with free.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Skika Avatar
165 months ago
downloading all of that :cool:
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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