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<p>Kairosoft has finally brought its pyramid-building management game The Pyraplex to iOS.</p><p>The Bronze Award-winning game was originally released on Android back in 2012. So, while it hasn't taken as long to build a real pyramid (between 20 to 30 years), it has taken a little while.</p><p>If you're not familiar, The Pyraplex tasks you with building a "colossal new wonder of the world". Yes, a giant pyramid.</p><p>You have to quarry the necessary stones while trying to keep your civilisation ticking. This involves getting income from visitors and trading with, bizarrely, Aztecs and Romans.</p><p>You'll also be visited by the Pyramid Association, who visit to make sure you're keeping on track with progress.</p><p>In our review of the Android version, we said "The Pyraplex is typically assured stuff from Kairosoft, but it shares a little too many similarities with past offerings."</p><p>You can purchase The Pyraplex on the App Store [buy] for £2.99 / $4.99 right now. It's still available on Google Play [buy] at the same price.</p>Acquaintance softens prejudices.
Users will enjoy the ultra Hd three-dimensional graphics in the game, which extensively covers all the aspects of the game freely in various categories and formats. The game is designed to give us the unmistakable hint of reality. These classic and eye-treating visuals raise because of the realistic simulation of tools and infrastructure as a whole. The outlook o characters are created with real-like figures that give us the extreme possibility of immersing in the world of Dream League Soccer Mod Apk.Derby Life(mod) MOD APK<p>In four to five years, tablets could catch up to the power of home consoles, says Electronic Arts CFO Blake Jorgensen, speaking at the 2015 Technology, Internet & Media Conference.</p><p>"What gets us the most excited is the computing power, of mobile devices and the speed at which that's growing," said Jorgensen. "What that might mean is that a tablet, three or four years from now, has more power than what a typical console has.</p><p>"And that will open up a whole new set of people to console-style games that are much more immersive, much deeper, much more character-driven than simply a static mobile game that you might play for a small burst of time while you're waiting for the bus.</p><p>"And so we're looking for ways that we can essentially blend those two models to have a more immersive but movable game experience. Could be in your living room, could be on the bus, or it could be in a friend's house. Much more portable than it is today. And that for us is a huge opportunity."</p><p>Tablets certainly are improving at a lightning fast pace. Apple says its iPad Air 2 can deliver 40 per cent faster CPU performance and 2.5 times the graphics performance of the previous year's iPad Air. At this rate, the iPad Air 8 will become sentient and enslave all of humanity. But the iPad Air 7 is gonna play some kick ass games.</p>Gamespot
Updated 8th December, 11:24 AM: No less than a couple of hours later Bully: Anniversary Edition has launched on iOS.<p>Grab it on the App Store now for £4.99/$6.99.</p><p>So out of nowhere it looks like Rockstar's infamous classic, Bully: Anniversary Edition, has just dropped on mobile.</p><p>15 year-old Jimmy is a bit of a bugger. When he transfers to a new prep school you lead him on a journey of social hierarchy, corrupt faculty, beating up bullies, getting the girl, and a bunch of other open-world tasks that still make the game a ton of fun ten years later.</p><p>Bully was a PlayStation 2 must-own and later came to PC and PlayStation 4. Regardless of how many years have gone by its tongue-in-cheek humour still stands up against today's games and we can't help but be excited about its mobile debut.</p><p>Check it out now on Google Play for £4.99/$6.99. Thought it's not out yet on iOS I've got no doubt it'll be out either later today or early tomorrow. We'll keep you updated.</p>
"I go this way, Mrs. Blythe. You will come over and see me some time, won't you?"
And be not of my holy vows afraid.
Fresh to myself, if I had self-applied
<p>I love word games.</p><p>Bonza, in particular, is an elegant and simple crossword-style game from Australian studio MiniMega.</p><p>With several levels of varying difficulty, Bonza can be played as both a leisurely way to pass the time or as a challenging puzzler.</p><p>Recently, it was announced that MiniMega and National Geographic were teaming up to release Bonza National Geographic.</p><p>I got to play some of it at GDC last week.</p><p>An entirely separate game from the first, Bonza National Geographic offers more crossword-like word puzzles, this time with themes that revolve around NatGeo.</p><p>Animals, science, space, the world, humanity, and more make up Bonza National Geographic's many themed levels.</p><p>One of this game's newest features is the inclusison of visual puzzles composed from NatGeo's library of photographs.</p><p>In these puzzles, you reassemble a picture using draggable pieces in the same tile-based shape as the game's crossword puzzles.</p><p>Mi-Clos Studio expanded their far-future sci-fi world in the interactive fiction spin-off Out There Chronicles earlier this year, and now the gorgeously-illustrated adventure is available for £0.79 / $0.99 on the App Store. In our review, we praised Mi Clos' interactive fiction of a time-displaced traveler and distant alien worlds for its well-written prose, detailed artwork, and intriguing discoveries about the Out There universe.</p><p>You can purchase the discounted Out There Chronicles on iPad and iPhone.</p>
She was very pale and seemed to have wrapped herself in her old mantle of aloofness. But her eyes had lost the look which had haunted Gilbert; they were cold and bright; and she proceeded to discuss details with him in a crisp, business-like way. There were plans to be made and many things to be thought over. When Leslie had got the information she wanted she went home. Anne wanted to walk part of the way with her.