Discounted Windows 8 Apps & Games This Week #5

By: Radu Tyrsina
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The previous roundup with discounted Windows 8 apps and games contained 12 top apps and games as Microsoft has decided to include more than usual. For the first week of 2014, Microsoft is continuing the offer and discounting 6 Windows 8 apps and games and not 3.
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Another Red Stripe Deals offer from Microsoft is here and this time the Redmond company is offering the following titles – Hydro Thunder Hurricane, Dungeon of Legends, Pettson’s Inventions 2, Big Mountain Snowboarding, Files&Folders and
Pocket Yoga. This time, there’s only a single one that isn’t discounted to %50, and the rest of them have been discounted to half the price.

Starting Jan. 2, the weekly Red Stripe Deals in the Windows Store – which saves you at least 50 percent on certain apps, indie games and Xbox titles – is doubling its selection to six choices. Find all six of these deals in the Red Stripe Collection in the Windows Store, spotlighted on the Store landing page.

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Find below the links to all the apps that you can download from the Windows Store. We will be here every time whenever a new Red Stripe Deal is made available by Microsoft.

  • Hydro Thunder Hurricane – ($4.99, regularly $9.99)
  • Dungeon of Legends – ($1.99, regularly $4.49)
  • Pettson’s Inventions 2 – ($1.49, regularly $2.99)
  • Big Mountain Snowboarding – ($1.49, regularly $3.49)
  • Files&Folders – ($3.99, regularly $7.99)
  • Pocket Yoga – ($1.49, regularly $2.99)

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