Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Time to gain 10 pounds of turkey and pumpkin pie fat and time to spend our entire paychecks on gifts for the family (that is after we recover from the food coma). Fortunately for you, there are some great Black Friday deals available on tons of PC and App games. If you are looking for a way to save some money and play some awesome games at the same time, then check out these great internet deals.
First, GOG.com is offering a “Pick 5 games for $10” deal from November 20 through 27, 2012. This is great opportunity to stock up on some awesome adventure and action games. Some of my personal favorites are Gemini Rue, The Blackwell Bundle, and To The Moon. There are 20 games you can choose from for the deal.
BulkyPix is having a 50%-75% off sale on tons of games from their site. BulkyPix has some great adventure and puzzle games for the PC, as well as some fun little App games for your smart phones. Some of the titles you should check out are Runaway, Jazz: Trump’s journey, and Yesterday. With the sale, you can get them for as low 99 cents. The sale lasts until Sunday, November 25, 2012.
If your just looking to save some money on in-game items then you should check out Nexon’s Black Friday deals. Nexon is offering 40% of all hats, overalls and Maplestory tickets from now until Monday, November 26, 2012. Also, Nexon will be offering all weapons and gloves at 40% off and Royal Hair Coupons at 30% off Friday, November 23, 2012, only. If you long into Combat Arms now until the November 26 you will receive a 300% EXP boost plus an additional 100% if you log on between 4 and 6 p.m. on those days. As if that’s not cool enough, you will also get a turkey leg backpack and helmet just for logging on. They are also offering discounted items in Vindictus, Mabinogi, and Sudden Attack, plus BOGO deals on eggs in Dragon’s Nest.
BitFlip games is offering 50% off the pre-order price of their newest collectable tactical card game Minion Master. Starting Fri 23 to Sun 25 you can pre-order the game for $10 instead of the usual $20.