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18 September, 2014

Crescent Moon Games Is Rolling Out The Game Bundles

With the release of iOS 8, prolific mobile publisher Crescent Moon Games is getting in on the action. As we speak, the publisher is rolling out a number of themed game bundles that include some pretty amazing games. Here’s what bundles have popped up on the App Store so far:

Great Platformers ($7.99 - save 50%)
2-bit Cowboy, Almightree: The Last Dreamer, Evertales, Gear Jack, Nakama, Paper Monsters, Shadow Blade, Twisty Planets, Clash of Puppets 

Fantastic Role-Playing Games ($14.99 - save 60%)
Aralon: Sword and Shadow HD, Coldfire Keep, Evertales, Mighty Dungeons, Mines of Mars, Pocket RPG, Rimelands: Hammer of Thor, Demonrock: War of Ages, Ravensword: Shadowlands 

Amazing Strategy Games ($7.99 - save 50%)
300 Dwarves HD, Demonrock: War of Ages, Hairy Tales, Raid Leader, Siegecraft, Siegecraft Defender, Topia World Builder, Kids vs Goblins 

Awesome Action Games ($6.99 - save 50%)
2-bit Cowboy, Deadlock Online, JAM: Jets Aliens Missiles, Monkey Boxing, Mutant Storm, Strike Wing: Raptor Rising, Shadow Blade, Optical Inquisitor, Neon Shadow

Mind-Boggling Puzzle Games ($4.99 - save 50%)
Almightree: The Last Dreamer, Hairy Tales, Nia: Jewel Hunter, Twisty Planets, Zen Training, Gears, Relic Rush 

Any or all of these bundles look amazing. But If I had to pick just one, I would go for the Great Platformers bundle which includes classics like 2-bit Cowboy (showcased with developer interview in Episode 5 of Grab It), Shadow Blade (showcased with developer interview in Episode 2 of Grab It) and Gear Jack. It's also worth noting that if you already own some of the games in the bundle, there is an option to pay the difference for the games you are missing. 

Also be sure to check out our guide for downloading iOS 8 and information on some other great bundles.

Stephen Mitchell

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