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Developer tinyBuild has recently had its biggest game sale ahead of it’s announcement to bring another one of their PC creations to mobile devices; during the sale their entire library was available for 99¢ and while the sale is mostly over now, there are still a number of games available for that price.

These prices are a steal for such a good developer who has produced a range of solid games for both mobile devices and also for the PC. The sale ends August 21st so most of their games are still currently on sale for mobile devices. As a bonus, some of their games are also on sale for the PC and can be purchased at discounted rates from various retailers including Humble Bundle and Steam.



The developer has also announced that another one of their PC games will be coming to mobile devices; Party Hard does not have a mobile release date yet but some details about the release have been provided.

Mobile gamers will find the game under the name”Party Hard Go” which is no doubt a reference to the insanely popular Pokemon Go which was released in July; while no official news has been released about any special content in the game, some players expect to see a level based on Pokemon Go being added to the game.

In Party Hard, the player takes the role of an angry neighbour who is sick of loud parties and will no longer put up with it; the aim of the game is to kill all of the party goers. This is done in various ways with various random traps or by stabbing a victim. Players need to avoid being caught by the police and must complete each level to progress through the game.

Party Hard Go will feature several control options for players to select from which provides a high level of customization; each control method allows the player to do different things with their screen. The game has been confirmed for a 2016 Android and iOS release and will also contain everything the PC version does which is very rare for a mobile port.

Mobile gamers can still purchase games from the massive tinyBuild sale which will end August 21st and gamers have a great new game to keep an eye out for in the future.

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