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Not age, but sorrow, over me hath power.<p>Aspyr and Lucasfilm is releasing the original Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, created by Obsidian Entertainment, on iOS and Android devices today.</p><p>As you may have guessed, it’s a Star Wars game, set several thousand years before the events of the films take place, so don’t expect characters like Yoda or Darth Vader to show up. It’s also set five years after the first Knights of the Old Republic, which released on mobile back in 2013. In it, you play as a lone Jedi who has to reconnect with the Force to regain their strength and survive the threat of extinction of the Jedi Order.</p><p>Here's a trailer for the game.</p>Evil wishes, like chickens, come home to roost.
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Upon her head a platted hive of straw,Bidding them find their sepulchres in mud;Updated on July 8th, at 13:55: The game is now live and available from the App Store here, for free.<p>Magic Duels has got loads of play modes, a whole skill quest training system, and an enhanced deck builder to help you get your cards together.</p><p>Watch out for those requirements, though. This 1.02GB app requires an iPhone 5S or better, or and iPad mini 2 or iPad Air or newer. Yikes!</p><p>Original story follows…</p>
<p>The fourth installment of the Rollercoaster Tycoon series is available now for free on Android.</p><p>The first mobile version of the popular franchise, Rollercoaster Tycoon 4 debuted on the App Store in April.</p><p>A few months after launch, Atari switched to the free to play model, which pushed the game up among the top ranking apps on the App Store.</p><p>Our review of the iOS version didn't quite see the allure, noting the game's sharp "nostalgia hooks" and the cheerful design that paralleled the original games, but criticizing the way it cynically "cash[es]-in on a beloved franchise" with frustrating IAPs.</p><p>There's at least less to lose now that the game has switched from a "paymium" to a free to play model, which means no initial download fee like there originally was on iOS.</p><p>If you have fond memories of Rollercoaster Tycoon and are curious to see how it works on a mobile platform, check out Rollercoaster Tycoon 4 for free on Google Play. You can also download it on the Amazon Appstore.</p><p>Be sure to read our full review of the game here as well, and take a look at some of our own iOS gameplay footage below.</p>I might as yet have been a spreading flower,<p>The Silver Award-winning crime-caper that is GTA: Chinatown Wars has finally been released on Android.</p><p>That's five years after it was originally released on the Nintendo DS and the PSP. And about four years after the iOS version. Rockstar has certainly kept you waiting, huh?</p><p>As you'd expect from a GTA game, Chinatown Wars is a violent, mission-filled romp around Liberty City. You can drive, shoot, and play mini-games.</p><p>You play Huang Lee who struggles to keep his family's control over the Triad Gangs following his father's death.</p><p>In our review of the iOS version, we said: "Awkward menus and a few niggles are not enough to dampen this hugely enjoyable sandbox game."</p><p>You can purchase GTA: Chinatown Wars on Google Play [buy] for £2.99 / $4.99 right now.</p>Android Police