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Updated on May 6th at 12:04: Good news, everyone. It seems that Google has reversed its decision to pull Threes! from its Play store.<p>You can grab it right here, see.</p><p>It must have been a mistake that Google hastened to fix once it realised what it had done. Hopefully some wrists were smacked, but all's well that ends well.</p>Original story follows...<p>Google Play has removed popular sliding tile puzzler Threes! from the store for using 2048 as a search term.</p><p>Developer Asher Vollmer revealed the situation earlier on Twitter.</p><p>Threes! is a premium app that actually came before 2048, which is free, though both have been very successful.</p><p>Given the horde of Threes! and 2048 clones on the Google Play Store, and of several other popular games, this move seems like a strange one on Google's part.</p><p>Especially, many would say, because 2048 itself owes much of its fame to Threes!, or more specifically, a clone of Threes! called 1024! which the 2048 developer wrote about on his blog.</p><p>So for now, you can't buy Threes! from the Google Play Store.</p><p>If you're looking for it on Android, you can grab it on the Amazon Appstore until Google decides to change its mind.</p>
<p>Tristan Dahl, that you might know from One Show Only is still creating quirky, unique experiences on mobile. He's coming back on March 2nd with Tumbling Home, a game of dice and... conversations:</p>A SWALLOW, returning from abroad and especially fond of dwelling with men, built herself a nest in the wall of a Court of Justice and there hatched seven young birds. A Serpent gliding past the nest from its hole in the wall ate up the young unfledged nestlings. The Swallow, finding her nest empty, lamented greatly and exclaimed: "Woe to me a stranger! that in this place where all others' rights are protected, I alone should suffer wrong."
They are not wise who give to themselves the credit due to others.
As oft 'twixt May and April is to see,
What breast so cold that is not warmed here?
<p>Fallin Love is a puzzle platformer about the never-ending chase to please someone you love. It follows a cube called Fall who needs to change his appearance to match his lover's desire.</p><p>At first Kaisa (the woman Fall loves) likes moustaches, but by the time Fall gets one she's looking for an astronaut. And so it goes.</p><p>This translates into maze-like 2D levels filled with hearts and "disguises" to collect. You can either swipe or rotate your phone to change gravity and move Fall around.</p><p>There are over 70 levels and a Survival Mode to test your gravity flipping skills in.</p><p>You'll notice that Fallin Love also has cute if simplistic graphics. It's a good job too, as it could easily be a creepy game.</p><p>Imagine someone trying to constantly change their appearance just so you'll fall in love with them. Is this truly a way to find love? Or is it just stalking someone? (I wouldn't try it outside of the game, if I were you.)</p><p>We'll be able to find out how Fall's quest for love goes by purchasing Fallin Love for 69p / 99c on the UK and US App Stores at midnight.</p><p>We crawl through some dungeons this week to tackle tactical turn-based strategy sequel Warhammer Quest II.</p><p>Emily recounts her happy time spent playing Campfire Cooking, while James hates Game of Thrones: Conquest a lot.</p><p>We're also joined by Braid creator Jonathan Blow, who tells us how his ambition first person puzzler The Witness arrived on iOS.</p>Download episode 415:MP3 (right click to save-as, left click to play)iTunes