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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>��

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    <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."�

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    <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�

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