Cogs for android £0.63 @ google play
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Cogs for android £0.63 @ google play

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Found 26th May 2012
66% OFF

Cogs is a ground-breaking puzzle game where players build increasingly complex machines using sliding tiles in 2D and 3D environments. It comes with 50 puzzles and three gameplay modes for a total of 150 unique challenges, totalling more than 10 hours of mind-bending gameplay. This award-winning game is perfect for puzzle fans of any age and ability!

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Great game, but think this deal comes under the because we may one:
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jacksonliam

Great game, but think this deal comes under the because we may one




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I think he means 'Great game, but think this deal comes under the "because we may" one' which he then linked to.

trf197

I think he means 'Great game, but think this deal comes under the … I think he means 'Great game, but think this deal comes under the "because we may" one' which he then linked to.




Sill makes absolutely no sense!

The deal I linked to above is for the 'because we may' promotion. This game is part of that promotion and therefore probably does not require a seperate deal. There's loads of great games in that promotion and if all of them had a seperate deal the homepage could become flooded with them.

However, this is a very good game and well worth 64p!

I don't think I could make it any clearer!

jacksonliam

I don't think I could make it any clearer!




I think you have just proved that you could have!

The "because we may" promotion obviously did not have a very big budget because myself and several others I have asked ..... Never heard of it.

But surely from the fact I linked to the 'because we may' deal (which has got 271 heat and was on the front page) and stated that this deal 'comes under' that one, you should of been able to work out what I meant without another user and me explaining it. Regardless of whether you'd heard of it before clicking my link.

Since the premise of that promotion is independent game developers reducing the price of their games, I don't think they'd have ANY marketing budget!
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