Smart Apps For Android: Save 60% on The Game of Life, Monopoly, and Scrabble (good Android apps)

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Save 60% on The Game of Life, Monopoly, and Scrabble (good Android apps)


You really ought to take a moment and check out this little sale on some classic board game apps from Electronic Arts. They take the games we know and love and turn them into some pretty stellar digital options. Normally these apps are $4.99 (ouch), but right now they are discounted by 60%. And at $1.99 each, I encourage you to at least take a look. Any of the three would be a fun addition to your app library.

We've been playing The Game of Life at our house lately. I love that it has a pass-and-play multi-player option that makes it easy to have family game night. We've been playing it on our Fire TV and having a ball (don't worry, it's just as fun in a tablet version).

If you'd like to download any of these apps, please use the handy links provided so they'll know who sent you. 


Only an app's developer can control prices. These sale prices were verified at the time of this post.

The Game of Life
Anything can happen in THE GAME OF LIFE™, which is now better than ever played on your mobile device. Enjoy amazing 3D visual effects, whimsical graphics, upbeat music, and vibrant landscapes complete with weather effects like falling snow.

  $1.99 (Normally $4.99)




Monopoly
Legend has it that the modern version of the MONOPOLY board game was invented during the Depression by an unemployed man named Charles Darrow. Rebuffed by the major game companies of the time, he published it himself--and it went on to become perhaps the world's most popular board game.

 $1.99 (Normally $4.99)



Scrabble
Get a game of SCRABBLE going with just about anyone--or play solo against the computer! Plus, now you can play SCRABBLE in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese.

  $1.99 (Normally $4.99)




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Kelli can't enjoy the beautiful weather lately because of all the sneezing. Seriously, it's like marathon sneezing.



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