Mar 7 2014, 10:08am CST | by Ahmed Humayun
Google certainly seems to be too happy as Play Store celebrates its second birthday and on this special occassion, Google has decided to give away discounts on some selected games. The special anniversary menu is right in the front once you open the Play Store. The bad news is that the discounts are pretty much of no use and are only on games and are really bad. Dont expect to be getting any discounts on the popular paid names.
For these discounts, Google has chosen the games which people even havent heard about and some of them are already free. So it takes a little thought to realise that the discounts are not actually on the games but on in app purchases. There are some cases in which you will also get get additional in-game items for use.
Some of the games included on the disounts list are Hay Day, Larva Link, Re-Volt 2, Dungeon Keeper, FIFA 14, Garden Mania, Akasha, Dungeon Hunter 4, Star Girl: Beauty Queen, Punch Hero, Dead Ahead, Heroes of Camelot, Radiohammer, Venture Towns and Final Fantasy V. Only three out of these games are paid and this certainly isnt a happy celebration after all.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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