EA Back 2 School Sale: Up to 80% off selected iOS games

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As the days start getting shorter and we enter the last part of summer, thoughts begin to turn back to returning to school. In preparation, for this weekend only there is the EA Back 2 School Sale, which offers up to 80% off selected iOS games.

Some of the developer’s biggest games are part of the sale and available for owners of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The new version may be only a short time away but FIFA 11 is still a great game and available for only $0.99 on the App Store. Users can play the game locally with their friends via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and will give you that authentic soccer experience on your mobile device.

Another great game being offered on the App Store for only $0.99 is Battlefield: Bad Company 2. This is again available for all iOS Devices and is based on the successful console version of the game. Multiplayer is also supported with this game and for the price you can’t go wrong.

There is some dedicated iPad games available in the sale including SimCity Deluxe which is available on the App Store for $2.99. This game allows you to build and manage you own dream city in a game which has been optimized for the unique features of the iPad.

Also available is Scrabble for the iPad which has specially been designed for the tablet PC. Users can play up to 25 multiplayer games at a time all in stunning HD graphics. There is also a great Party Play mode for up to four players. This is currently priced at $3.99 on the App Store.

All time favorite TETRIS has been specially designed for the iPad with exclusive features for the device. There is even the original TETRIS music, and the chance to unlock the never ending Marathon Mode. New D-pad controls make it more fun than ever before, and make full use of the iPads multi-touch screen. TETRIS is available on the App Store for $2.99.

Click here to find out about all the great games that are part of the EA Mobile sale, but be quick its only for this weekend.

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