To celebrate the Easter holidays, EA has launched a Spring Sale on the Windows Phone Store. Twelve highly rated games are available with discounts included, perfect for consumers who are looking to stock up on games this weekend and beef out their Games Hub on Windows Phone 8.1. Pass the break for details and store links.
What year was Julius Caesar born? What cartoon did Mickey Mouse debut in? What's the capital of Ecuador?
If you know these answers you may have a fighting chance at the Windows Phone games in this week's roundup. Trivia games on our Windows Phone can be an entertaining and educational way to pass the time with.
You've got trivia games to identify popular product logos, silhouettes of popular cartoon characters, and your traditional question/answer type games. There's a nice spattering of trivia oriented games in the Windows Phone Store and many challenge your knowledge on subjects that include subjects such as current events, popular culture and history. We picked four for the roundup and if we missed your favorite, sound off in the comments below.
The Xbox Windows Phone games SPY Mouse and Trivial Pursuit were introduced late last year as Nokia exclusives. That exclusivity ended today and both titles became available for all Windows Phones.
SPY Mouse is a puzzle game from the makers of Flight Controland has you playing the role of Agent Squeak, a super secret mouse operative. You guide Agent Squeak through over seventy levels spread out across six worlds. Each world has its own frisky hench-cat to defeat.
Trivial Pursuit is a Nokia exclusive Xbox title for Windows Phone 7 devices but was slow to make the move to Windows Phone 8. For those waiting to test their trivia skills on their Nokia Lumia 920, 820 or other Lumia Windows Phone 8 device the wait is over.
Nokia has flipped the switch and Trivial Pursuit is now available for your Windows Phone 8 Lumia device.
Wow, Nokia is aggressively aiming to attract Xbox gamers to their Lumia Windows Phones lately. Two weeks ago they published exclusives The Game of Life; Jet Set Go, and Parking Mania out of the blue; their exclusive port of Connect 4dropped to 99 cents over the weekend; and Mirror’s Edge just became free for all Lumia owners. Chalk another point up to Nokia as two new exclusive Xbox games debut today: Spy Mouse and Trivial Pursuit, both from Electronic Arts.