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A.M., the game maker behind many classics including Super Mario Bros., Pokémon, and Zelda, has launched a new service that allows users to purchase a new game or a new app at a discounted price.
A.S.A. announced the service, A.C.A., earlier this month.
The app, which offers users an in-app coupon for a new title or app, uses a proprietary technology to make the coupon offer more attractive to users.
The coupon offers users a chance to purchase up to two new titles or apps at a discount.
Users can select their desired title or apps and pay by using their credit card, Paypal, or another payment option.
Users can pay using PayPal, Apple Pay, Amazon Payments, or Google Wallet.
The service offers the same price as its regular A.A.-branded subscription program, but the discount does not apply to the subscription.
Users are able to buy as many titles as they like for a discounted fee.
A “buy one, get one free” offer applies to the first two titles purchased.
A second discount applies to all titles purchased within the first 12 months of using the app.
Users will receive two-month trial periods for the app, a chance for users to learn more about the service and its benefits, and an incentive for users.
A subscription is only available for those who have not already signed up.
A promotional code is also available for new users to use in their A.U. app.
A-Series is a brand of the A.N.O., Inc., a video game development studio based in San Francisco.
The company was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Los Angeles.
AiM and its parent company, AiTec, have been at the forefront of the gaming industry for nearly a decade.
AiM games include the popular Super Mario Brothers and the cult classic Super Mario 64, among others.
A new Super Mario game is due out later this year.
A game called A.T.A.’s New Adventure is also slated for release.