Friday App Sales: Hitman GO, Lara Croft GO, This War of Mine, and Plenty More

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A new list of games and apps are on sale in Google Play, reassuring everyone that you will have something to do over the weekend. The bigger titles would have to be Hitman GO and Lara Croft GO, two classics that truly need to be tried by all. Those are priced at $1 a pop.

On top of those, This War of Mine, which is another title that I recommend everyone play for a bit, is on sale for $4. That’s down from its original price of $15. Other titles on sale include Catan, République, and Final Fantasy IV.

Plenty of good options to choose from if you have a bit of Opinion Rewards credit to play with. 

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