Google Play Offering Superb Discounts On Games, With Up To 50% Off

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Google Play Offering Superb Discounts On Games, With Up To 50% Off

Who doesn’t love getting their hands on discounted games? If you’re thinking of filling up your gaming app’s inventory, then now is a good time as Google is offering huge discounts on some popular games. For a limited time at the Google Play Store, you can get up to 50% off on some selected games.

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You can get these discounts on a total of 19 games. Some of them are very popular, while some are not. So here’s a complete list of games that are on discount at the Play Store. If you have not bought, then you shouldn’t miss playing popular games like: The Dark Knight Rises, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, The Room, Riptide GP2, and more.

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List of discounted game deals on Play Store

For now it is not known for how long these games will be available. So if you like these games, get them while they’re at a discount. The sale for now seems to be restricted to the US, but it might get extended to a few countries.

You can view all these games from this link, or by clicking on the headline “Premium Game Sale” from the home page of Play Store.

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