More minis Now Have A Mini Price

Hello everyone

Hope you enjoyed the first minis sale because starting today we are discounting some of the best selling titles from the minis category from € 1.49 / £ 1.24. Check out below to see what is on offer:

Sudoku from Electronic Arts

€ 4.99 now € 3.99

£ 3.99 now £ 3.49

Engage your brain! The worldwide brain teasing phenomenon polished to perfection in this classic minis title.

Sudoku Sudoku

Bowling 3D from Electronic Arts

€ 4.99 now € 3.99

£ 3.99 now £ 3.49

The classic 10-Pin sport now available in minis form!

Bowling 3D Bowling 3D

Tetris from Electronic Arts

€ 4.99 now € 3.99

£ 3.99 now £ 3.49

Tetris. Anything more needed to be said? One of the most popular games ever arrives on PSP for the first time.

Tetris Tetris

Yetisports from Xendex Holding

€ 2.99 now € 1.99

£ 2.49 now £ 1.74

This classic game arrives on the PSP for the first time. Give Pengu a whack and watch him fly.

Yeti Sports Yeti Sports

Red Bull X-Fighters from Xendex Holding

€ 4.99 now € 3.99

£ 3.99 now £ 3.49

Pull some amazing stunts in this spectacular and gravity-defying FMX action game. Can you finish as the World Tour Champion?

Red Bull X Fighters Red Bull X Fighters

Let’s Golf from Gameloft

€ 4.99 now € 2.99

£ 3.99 now £ 2.49

Play like a true pro in this lively, entertaining golf game! Choose from four customisable characters, each with their own personal strengths and weaknesses, and battle it out on the golf course.

Let's Golf Let's Golf

Spot the Differences from Sanuk Games

€ 2.99 now € 1.49

£ 2.49 now £ 1.24

Spot the Differences! Spot the Differences! 240 scenes, 4 levels of difficulty, 3 game modes and 4800 differences to spot!

Spot the Differences Spot the Differences

Stand O’Food from G5 Entertainment

€ 4.99 now € 3.99

£ 3.99 now £ 3.49

Manage your time and a restaurant in this non-stop cooking challenge and feed crowds of hungry customers as they pile into your restaurant for lunch.

Stand O'Food Stand O'Food

Remember these minis titles are playable on both PSP and PS3. Pay only once for the title and you can play then play it on either your PS3 or PSP or both!

Respect to the snow-globe: you’re a mini-winter holiday for one to a small, plastic city. Good things come in small packages – enjoy minis month.



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Just bough Alien Zombie Death and it is the best mini so far! Very fun and a great price.

almighty-slayer 18 February, 2010 @ 18:15

Another one starts in 2 weeks? So next month is Minis month too then?

I bought Alien Zombie Death, it’s awesome. More Minis need to be like this!!!

Oh and i got YetiSports from the discounted range, seeing as i love that game


I believe EA are planning to release a PS3 version of Tetris so that is why they have updated to work on the PS3.

Several of those titles are still to expensive for what they are in my book, looking forward to Just Add Water releasing Vektar Beat and pushing the Mini prices down abit.

Stand O’Food though is extremely good, and super addictive so I’d recommended buying that one.

Mmm nice! Looking to buy one!

Helvedeshunden 18 February, 2010 @ 20:46

So does this mean Tetris works on PS3 now?

Livin_in_a_box 18 February, 2010 @ 21:35

Yes! 50p of every game!

Livin_in_a_box 18 February, 2010 @ 21:36


I hate it when I do that.

StalkingSilence 18 February, 2010 @ 22:21

Didn’t realize Yet Sports was a mini now. Awesome, love that flash game. I’ll have to check if it’s in the US yet.

You wanted to compete with the App Store, well, you need to lower the price then. I heard that it’s the developer who sets the price, so i’m guessing… Greed?

“Remember these minis titles are playable on both PSP and PS3. Pay only once for the title and you can play then play it on either your PS3 or PSP or both!”

THIS REQUIRES REVIEW! Tetris is NOT compatible on the PS3 (unless Sony changed this which i doubt because EA may be planning to release Tetris on PS3).

To say they are meant to be budget games, the majority just arent quite cheap enough.

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