Red Stripe Deals: June 11th, 2015

By Rebecca Smith, 1 year ago
Here's a turn-up for the books. After weeks, nay months of repeat deals, we finally see a Windows Phone title that seemingly hasn't been on sale since 2011. Admittedly, this possibly wasn't helped by it being one of the many WP7 victims of the implementation of Windows Phone 8, but then it was updated last July to accommodate those with the latest operating system. Still, I get to write about something different for a change. Windows 8 users aren't so lucky. Their title was last on sale back in February.

CarneyVale: Showtime (WP) - $2.99/£2.29 $1.49/£1.19
CarneyVale Showtime, the award winning Xbox 360 Indie game, is now available on Windows Phone 7. Assume the role of Slinky, the ragdoll acrobat, and make it to the top of the circus world. Rise up the ranks by performing death-defying stunts through increasingly complex arenas. The Greatest Show on Earth is now mobile! With CarneyVale: Showtime on Windows Phone 7, you can now perform death-defying stunts and soar through hoops, unlocking Achievements as you go– wherever you are! Its circus extravaganza meets ragdoll physics in CarneyVale: Showtime as you help Slinky achieve his dream of becoming the top acrobat in CarneyVale. Launch Slinky into the skies with the circus cannon! Activate trapeze-like ‘Grabbers’ to fling him around 15 increasingly complex and hazardous arenas. Deftly avoid perilous elemental obstacles of fire and electricity, while bursting trails of balloons along the way. Grab on to Rockets for exhilarating rides, or perfectly execute acrobatic tricks to unlock Achievements and increase your Gamerscore! But remember the show must go on – soar through the Ring of Fire before the time runs out! Every successful show is rated with stars by the Carneyvale Press! Gain their approval by finishing with a flawless run, bursting all balloons, finding the secret star start hidden in the level –all within the time limit of the performance! Earn more stars to increase your rank and be the true legendary acrobat! Accelerometer support, game appropriate for all ages!
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Cold Alley (Win 8) - $6.99/£5.39 $3.49/£2.69
Description
THE NEXT GENERATION OF AIR COMBAT GAMING IS HERE!
With an extensive single player campaign and a huge set of skirmish modes, the non-stop action will keep you on the edge of your seat!
Travel back in time to experience the unwritten history of covert operations. Master over a dozen models of aircraft as you take part in the race for jet fighter domination.

CONSOLE QUALITY GAMING!
Unparalleled visuals, audio, and special effects including: bump mapping, realistic atmospheric effects, volumetric clouds, sun glare, day & night transitions and more!
EXPANDED SINGLE-PLAYER MODES!
After the campaign, hone your skills with Dogfight Missions, Survival, Free for All, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, and Defend the Base, with new game modes to come in future updates!
IMMERSIVE GAMEPLAY!
Take off and land on landing strips and aircraft carriers, soar through fully recreated cities with realistic weather, and contend with accurate atmospheric effects with aerial perspective, all from the interactive cockpits of a variety of highly detailed jet aircraft.

CUSTOMIZE YOUR GAME AND ELEVATE YOUR SKILLS!
Cold Alley is designed for players of all generations and skill levels, whether veteran or novice. Take full control, or leave the flying to the auto-pilot while you fire missiles and issue squadron commands!

Features
• Story driven campaign
• Multiple game modes
• Amazing 3D graphics
• Great collection of planes
• High detailed maps
• Varied gameplay mechanics
• Arcade and simulation controls
• Realistic sound and graphical effects
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.