The Weekender: Just Sales Edition

By Joe Robinson 04 Jan 2019 0

This may not come as a surprise, but not a lot of decent games have been released this week. I mean, there have been releases if you like that sort of thing, but from where I’m sitting there isn’t really anything worth specifically drawing attention too.

But I don’t want to leave you guys empty handed, so I've managed to pull together a few sales that are still going on.


Agricola (iOS Universal) $1.99

Even though Asmodee’s Winter Sale is technically over now, they’ve still got some deals lingering on the App store. Their version of Agricola is one and you can pick it up and the two-player version for a couple of dollars. Neither of these games have been lower than this, so it’s a good price.

For Android users, only the 2P version can be found on Google Play, but that's also running at a discount.

Patchwork (iOS Universal & Android): $1.99

Another Asmodee game, this tile/pattern game is also going for a couple of bucks. It’s been cheaper, but that was way back in 2016.

Reiner Knizia’s High Society (iOS Universal): $0.99

Last but certainly not lease, one of Knizia’s many euro games is also going cheap – High Society is only a dollar. This is a card-based auction game where everyone starts with the same amount of money that they must spend on luxuries and items of recognition. The catch being the player who spends the most amount of money loses!

Pocket City (iOS Universal & Android)

This excellent city builder released last year is discounted on Android (not iOS, sorry), and well worth checking out if you’ve been looking to address that SimCity hole in your life.

That's all we've got for you this week I'm afraid - content wise we're kicking off next week with our guide to 2019's big releases and what we're looking forward too, and we'll also be throwing up some filler reviews to pass the time while we wait for more games to come out. We've also taken your feedback from the GOTY voting form, and we'll see what we can do to improve things in 2019.

Seen anything else you liked? Let us know in the comments!



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