Amazon is trying to take the fright out of popular apps and games, in their most recent promotion giving users $115 worth of games for free.

Amazon has made an interesting offer to the users of their Android devices. That’s right; the Amazon store will be offering up $115 worth of apps and games for free, and they’re doing it exclusively for Halloween.

In recent years this has become common practice for the varying mobile stores on smartphones, and tablets to make special offers around significant holidays in order to boost play, boost in-app purchases, and obviously drive more traffic to the games. This Halloween is no different, as users will be given until November 1st to purchase a host of apps at the Amazon store.

All of the apps involved have some affiliation with the holiday, and not all of them are absolute top-of-the-line. Some of them are apps that most would have to stretch their imagination to want to use, and others are a little more useful.

Within the host of apps and games that are listed in the promotion, there are plenty of games themed with ghosts, zombies, and other creepy characters. However, not all of them are games. Amazon has even thrown in some useful apps, like Boxer Pro, which normally retails for $9.99 in the store. This is just one of the seriously discounted items, and similarly BeFunky Photo Editor is also included.

Another one that many users will find useful is Plex, which gives users the ability to sync media onto, and across every device you own. This is something that would be especially useful for the individuals out there that are data heavy. Planet vs. Zombies, Fruit Ninja – Ghost Busters Edition, Zombie Gunship, and many other games are also included.

There is a lot of value packed into this deal, and Amazon isn’t putting any regionalization on this deal either. This one will run live right until November 1st, and users should definitely take a look to see if there is anything useful, or potentially enjoyable in the newly claimed free space. This though is something users should start to look for more frequently as Amazon begin to work to challenge the larger stores, like The App Store, and the Google Play Store, more frequently.

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