Red Stripe Deals This Week In Windows Store: Rabbids Big Bang, Yoga.com Studio, King Oddball And More

Rabbids Big Bang Windows Store

Red Stripe deals for this week is now live in Windows Store. Find the apps and games from the list below.

Stuntmania Reloaded:

Ever wanted to try being a stunt driver? This is your chance! Perform mid-air stunts like flips, twists, and flat spins, and watch that damage meter. If you hit 100% KA-BOOM! You explode, and then regenerate in a new, random location. Originally $4.99, get it now for $2.49 in the Windows Store.

Rabbids Big Bang:

It doesn’t get much better than FREE. Pilot a Rabbid in space with the tip of your finger for $0.00 for the next week! Forget the Milky Way. This is the Rabbids Way! Now FREE in the Windows Store (was $1.49), and also FREE in the Windows Phone Store (was $0.99).

King Oddball

Conquer the world in more than 120 fun levels. Blow up tanks! Crash helicopters! Collapse structures! Hurl boulders until nothing remains! Now on sale in the Windows Store for just $1.49 (was $2.99) and also in the Windows Phone Store for just $1.49 (was $2.99).

Yoga.com Studio:

Need a little extra zen in your life? Get a solid 50% off the world’s favorite mobile yoga studio, enjoyed by more than 7 million fans worldwide. The app features 300 poses and breathing exercises, searchable by skill level, your fitness goal or by type. Now on sale in the Windows Store for just $2.49 (was $4.99) and in the Windows Phone Store for just $1.49 (was $2.99).

InspirARTion:

Whether you are beginner or a master artist, this simple app will help you create a beautiful design right on your phone or tablet. Drawing, painting, and designing are all built right into InspirARTion. Originally $2.99, get it this week for $1.49 in the Windows Store.

KnowledgeBase Builder:

Store all your thoughts and ideas—all your knowledge—securely in a local database, viewable as a Mind Map you can browse. Get it this week for $0.99 in the Windows Store (originally $3.49).

via: Windows team blog

 

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