Red Stripe Deals This Week In Windows Store: IM+ Pro, IloMilo Plus, Doodle Devil And More

Ilomilo Windows Store

Red Stripe Deals for this week is now live in Windows Store. It includes cross-platform messaging app IM+ Pro, popular games like ilomilo plus and more. Find the deal prices and store links below.

IM+ Pro:

This cross-platform messaging app supports pretty much any major IM service you can think of, including Messenger, Facebook, Skype chat, Google Talk, AOL/AIM/iChat, Yahoo!, ICQ, Vkontakte, Mail.Ru Agent, Odnoklassniki, Yandex chat, Mamba.Ru, Mig33, SINA Weibo, Renren, Fetion, Gadu-Gadu, MeinVZ and Jabber. Get it this week for $1.99 in the Windows Store and $1.99 in the Windows Phone Store.

ilomilo plus;

In this cute but challenging puzzle game, you try to reunite two sweet friends named ilo and milo as they travel a surrealistic and ever changing world made of cubes. Leap from cube to cube on Windows for $2.49 this week, or on Windows Phone for just $1.99.

Doodle Devil:

In this evil counterpart to the popular Doodle God games, you combine fire, water, earth and air to create zombies, demons, and other evil creatures, and destroy the earth as we know it—fun! This week, Doodle Devil is just $.99 on Windows, and FREE on Windows Phone!

Azkend 2:

This game combines addictive tile-matching gameplay with interesting stories and beautiful illustrations. Get it for half price this week, $2.99 in the Windows Store, and $1.99 in the Windows Phone Store.

Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill:

Immerse yourself in the puzzling unsolved mystery of a serial murderer. You’ll help detectives find the evidence that will identify the killer and bring him to justice. Work your way through six thrilling chapters, 44 locations, and 22 mini-game puzzles. Start solving for just $1.99 this week (Windows only).

Back Trainer:

The answer to your back pain problems is prevention through strengthening. This Windows app shows you how with detailed illustrations, videos and photos. You’ll also be able to learn more about the anatomy of the spine, and the muscles that support it. Start your own back conditioning program this week for $2.49 in the Windows Store.

via: Windows team blog

 

About the author  ⁄ pradeep

Pradeep, a Computer Science & Engineering graduate.