While you may mess up a critical plot point of an epic franchise, you can pick up this droid littleBits set and make your own R2 unit the way you want. These sets are basically like if LEGO and K’nex had a baby and added a battery. A bunch of you bought these around the holidays, but today’s price is within $2 of the…
If Pokemon Go taught us anything, it’s that you can slap some Nintendo IP onto an existing game, and turn it into a hit, even chess. Choose the hero side with Mario, Luigi, Princesses Peach and Daisy, and more, or enact your revenge on those annoying plumber brothers with Bowser and Bowser Jr. (and Birdo, who is The…
Yesterday may have been May the Fourth, but the Star Wars deals seem to be like Sandpeople, walking single file to hide their numbers. Amazon has a ton of Star Wars toys and board games marked down, and you don’t need to be Force-sensitive to see that these prices aren’t ones to pass up.
Cards Against Humanity, the self-proclaimed “party game for horrible people” is just $12 (plus $5 shipping) and if you somehow don’t own it already, you nee to change that ASAP. The last time I played CAH, it was at a beach house after too many drinks and I had to explain to my boyfriend’s mom what bukkake was. So,…
Fill your kids’ your toy box with new LEGO sets for less, thanks to Amazon’s BOGO sale. Right now, buy one LEGO City set, and get a second one for 40% off when you add qualifying sets to your cart. Build your own police station or cargo plane, or get both with this deal.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is quickly becoming the game to have and right now, if you have Amazon Prime, you can knock off $12 a physical copy for the Switch. Better grab it while it’s still in stock.
Fill your kids’ your toy box with new LEGO sets for less, thanks to Amazon’s discount. Use the code BIGTHANKS at checkout and take almost $9 off some pretty awesome sets like LEGO Batman, Star Wars, and Architecture. If you’re not feeling any of those, any set above $50 will quality for the discount.
Just in time for a nostalgia-filled holiday season, Amazon is marking down games and toys of your childhood yore. Choose from board games like Sorry!, Chutes and Ladders, and Candy Land or go crazy and get Spirographs and Lincoln Logs. It’s basically the ultimate sale for the children (ages 3 & up) inside us all.
For a limited time, Apple’s taking 50% or more off over a dozen popular Indie iOS games, including gems like Alto’s Adventure, Threes!, and Prune, just for starters.
Have a ping pong table, but no friends to play with? Here’s your solution. Just be sure to clip the 10% coupon.
Update: Coupon has expired
I’m pretty sure this is the first time anyone’s sent us a deal on a drinking game set, so we just had to post it. The included shot glasses are even made out of real glass, shockingly enough. [Ohuhu Shot Glass Roulette Drinking Game Set (2 Balls and 16 Glasses), $13 with code 54P7RFQL]
Have a ping pong table, but no friends to play with? Here’s your solution. [iPong Topspin Table Tennis Trainer, $40]
Holy bundle deal, Batman! Today only, if you buy the Dark Knight Trilogy: Ultimate Collector’s Edition on Blu-ray for $60, Amazon will toss in a copy of Batman: Arkham Knight on PS4 or Xbox One for just $2 extra.
Assuming you can find a use for a $25 Dell gift card (they sell a lot of video games, so it shouldn't be too hard), this is one of the best Amiibo deals we've ever seen. [Amiibo Bundle Featuring Mario, Zelda, and Pikachu, $40 plus $25 Gift Card]
Target's taking $10 off any $30 board game purchase today, which equals rare discounts on the likes of Settlers of Catan, Ticket To Ride, Pandemic, and more. [Get $10 off $30 or More in Board Games at Target]
Typing of the Dead: Overkill isn't just fun: It'll make you a better typist too. I'd say you could write it off as a business expense. This copy unlocks on Steam. [The Typing of the Dead: Overkill, $5]
During Black Friday week, one simply gets everything Middle-Earth for lowest ever prices.
As part of their Back to School sale, Best Buy has a few solid games deals this week. StarCraft II (review) for PC is $19.99 (Amazon has pricematched), Tomb Raider (review) for PS3 or Xbox 360 is down to $19.99, and Dead Island Riptide: Special Edition (review) is only $29.99.
Head on over to IndieRoyale.com to take advantage of The Debut 2 Bundle. It includes six "up-and-coming Steam Greenlight indie games" when you beat the minimum price (currently less than a five-spot.)