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If you like Cut the Rope, World of Goo, or hauntingly beautiful physics-puzzle games, you'll go "sur la lune" (over the moon) for Contre Jour.
This dazzling, sometimes disturbing adventure loses little in the translation to small(er) screens, and it's a bargain at $4.99.
Contre Jour HD, Jelly Defense, Scribblenauts Remix, Shadowgun, and Street Fighter IV: Volt regularly sell for $2.99, $4.99, or even $6.99. Right now: a buck apiece.
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