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Windows Store Weekly: great offers and titles to check out

Written By published July 22, 2016

Today’s roundup of what’s new in the Windows Store includes great offers and deals on games, movies, TV episodes and more!

Countdown to Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Minecraft: Story Mode

Special offers are available in the Windows Store starting through July 29, as we countdown to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2! Enjoy new features on favorite games, rent a movie for free, get up to four months of free music and more. Read the full blog post for details.


Artifex Mundi Summer Sale

Artifex Mundi Summer Sale in the Windows Store

Explore an undersea complex or take a ride on a gryphon! Save 50% off popular Artifex Mundi hidden object games from July 21 to 27. Check out the full collection on sale in the Windows Store, available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile.


Anime Month

Anime Month in the Windows Store

There’s still a week left of Anime Month! Celebrate all things anime with big discounts, tons of free TV episodes and more. Discover an amazing new series or two, revisit old favorites, and don’t miss these awesome deals: season one of Dragon Ball Z and Fairy Tail are free through August 1. Head over here to start watching!


Katy Perry, Rise – Buy for $1.29

Katy Perry's single Rise in the Windows Store

Katy Perry’s new single, Rise, is out today and available in the Windows Store. You can buy it for $1.29 or listen free with a free 30-day trial of Groove Music Pass.*

Comic-Con Central

Comic-Con collection in the Windows Store

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s the San Diego Comic-Con! Get ready for the big convention with heroic apps, games, movies and music. This collection ended on July 26.

Head over here to see everything that’s new and updated in the Windows Store this week, and have a great weekend!

*30-day trial continues to a paid monthly subscription unless cancelled. Credit card required. Groove Music Pass sold separately and in select markets. Catalog size and availability varies by market and over time.