I missed this over the weekend, but the sale is still going on. I just grabbed a copy of Yahtzee for $0.99 which I’ve been waiting for! I also have an urge to snag a copy of the original Monopoly. Not a bad way to start a Monday.

  • Monopoly – $2.99
  • The Game of Life – $1.99
  • Spore Creatures – $1.99
  • Yahtzee Adventures – $0.99
  • Trivial Pursuit – $2.99

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