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Cave World Winter Sale has begun on iOS and Android


6:00 AM on 12.21.2012
Cave World Winter Sale has begun on iOS and Android photo



It's wintertime and you know what that means. Everywhere you turn someone's looking to bleed you dry. If you've yet to spend next month's rent on the Steam's holiday sale, why not throw a few bucks at Cave and pick up a new shoot'em up for your Android or iDevice? The Cave World Winter Sale kicked off earlier today and will run through January 6, 2013.

Aside from the addition of Dodonpachi Maximum and a including Android versions of Espagaluda II and Dodonpachi Resurection, this sale is identical to the one Cave put on back in August. Of the lot Bug Princess ($2.99) is probably the best value for money, while Mushihimesama Bug Panic is the cheapest at just $0.99. The rest of the US prices are listed below, but if you're in a different territory or want information on specific platforms you can head over to Cave's website for the full break down.

  • Bug Princess -- $2.99 (originally $4.99)
  • Bug Princess 2 -- $4.99 (originally $6.99)
  • Deathsmiles -- $6.99 (originally $11.99)
  • Dodonpachi Blissful Death -- $2.99 (originally $4.99)
  • Dodonpachi Resurrection -- $5.99 (originally $7.99)
  • Dodonpachi Resurrection HD -- $10.99 (originally $13.99)
  • Dodonpachi Maximum -- $6.99 (originally $11.99)
  • Espgaluda II -- $5.99 (originally $7.99)
  • Espgaluda II HD -- $10.99 (originally $13.99)
  • Mushihimesama Bug Panic -- $0.99 (originally $6.99)





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