To celebrate the launch of Google Play (and the death of the Market brand) and thank developers and Android users across the world, Google has launched a brand-new sale promotion for a number of features apps and games called "Play Our Favorites."


Here's a link (limited to certain countries only, sorry guys). So far, the included apps are:

  • World of Goo
  • Jamie's 20 Minute Meals
  • Shadowgun
  • Osmos HD
  • TuneIn Radio Pro
  • I Just Forgot - Little Critter
  • Sprinkle
  • Need for Speed Hot Pursuit
  • Asphalt 6: Adrenaline
  • Dead Space
  • Business Calendar
  • SoundHound
  • mSecure - Password Manager
  • NFL Flick Quarterback
  • NOVA 2
  • Quell Reflect
  • Endomondo Sports Tracker Pro
  • Flick Golf Extreme
  • They need To Be Fed
  • Paper Camera
  • SwiftKey X
  • Camera ZOOM FX
  • It's Tyrannosaurus Rex!
  • Pocket League Story

Update 3/9/12: A few new games hit the digital clearance rack this morning, including Gameloft's Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation. Go take advantage of this deal before it's gone!

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Head on over to Google Play to pick them up now - I already know how I'm spending at least $5 today. Also, Where's My Water is on sale for half that price (a mere $0.25), so you might want to get on that one, too.

Additionally, Google will be running a "7 Days Of Play" promotion that includes a number of books, music, and movies, with new titles every day (books, music, and movies in the US only), along with a $0.25 app (today's being Where's My Water?). Here's the word from Google's blog:

To celebrate, we’ll be offering a different album, book, video rental and Android app at a special price each day for the next week in our “7 Days to Play” sale. In the U.S., today’s titles include the collection of top 40 hits Now That's What I Call Music 41, the popular game Where's My Water, the novel Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and the movie Puncture for just 25 cents each. In addition, you'll find great collections of hip-hop, rock and country albums for $3.99 all week, detective novels from $2.99, some of our editorial team's favorite movies from 99 cents, and our favorite apps from 49 cents.

Thanks, Yashob!