Friday App Sales: Grim Legends 2, SHADOWGUN THD, Punch Club, and More

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This week, there’s an entirely new list of apps and games on sale through Google Play, ready for your perusing. Naturally, there are plenty of mobile games, as well as a few productivity apps.

As for the games, you can grab Grim Legends 2 for $3, a couple of the SHADOWGUN titles for $1 each, Punch Club for $1, Day R for $2.49, and Galaxy Trucker at $3. If that’s not enough for you, check out Floatify Pro for $1, quickReply Pro for $1, or TextGrabber + Translator for $1. There’s a lot of good stuff this week.

Check out the full list below. 

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