Lifeline Series of Games on Sale for $0.10 a Pop

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The Lifeline series, published onto Google Play by 3 Minute Games, is available on sale for only $0.10 a pop, bringing the price for the entire 3-game series to just $0.30. Lifeline games are branching story games, where choices you make affect the outcome of characters.

Played in real time, you utilize incoming notifications to help make decisions on what your character will do next. If you are too busy to play, just follow the notifications when time suits you. Beware, though, as each choice can mean life or death. Once complete, players can go back in time, seeing how a different choice could bring about a different outcome. 

Each game is rated very well on Google Play, and according to the reviews, the stories are pretty remarkable.

Follow the links below to take advantage of this pricing.

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