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Get Over $3000 Worth Of Assets With The Valentine’s Day Designer Bundle [Deals]

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Cult of Mac Deals has put together another astounding offer – a package deal that features over $3000 worth of vector illustrations, Photoshop brushes, t-shirt designs, text styles and more. And you can get this bundle – dubbed The Valentine’s Day Designer Bundle in honor of the upcoming holiday – for just $39 for a limited time.

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Capcom Slashes iOS Games To Just 99¢ For Easter

Smashing prices.

Smashing prices.

Capcom is throwing an Easter sale, and it has slashed the price of some of its most popular games on iOS to just $0.99. So if you’re a fan of Street Fighter or Mega Man, now’s the time to pick up a bargain that’ll keep you entertained over the Easter weekend.

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Angry Birds Update to Bring Game Syncing, Easter Edition

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Rovio Mobile, the creator of the hugely successful series of Angry Birds games, has revealed in a message posted on Twitter that it is working on a solution to bring game syncing across all devices. The feature would enable players to begin a game on their iPad at home, which they could then continue from where they left off on their iPhone on the train. When you unlock a new level on one device, you unlock the level on all devices.

Game syncing is a feature that many iOS games would benefit from. As more and more games and applications become universal and playable on both the iPhone and the iPad, one of the biggest frustrations is that you have to complete the same levels, missions, and objectives twice – once on each device. The same goes for high scores.

Rovio has also confirmed a forthcoming Easter update to Angry Birds Seasons – due sometime next week – which will deliver 15 brand new levels to enjoy while you devour your eggs. And if you didn’t have enough platforms the play Angry Birds on, the Facebook version of the game will also get three new levels so that it doesn’t feel too left out.

[via AppAdvice]