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    �<p>Axiom Verge is a rad retro-looking Metroidvania that already came out on Playstation 4. The developer had a series of personal issues that plagued his life after the game's release, hence the delay for the Vita version.</p>Here's what happened:The period leading up to and following Axiom Verge’s release was a challenge, starting with the loss of my longtime canine companion Max just days before launch. I had to sell my car to pay for his treatment, and losing him right before launch put a dark cloud over everything. My son Alastair was born after the game launched, but he was afflicted with a severe case of jaundice that may leave him permanently disabled.He's still grateful for the game's success and excited about the Playstation Vita version coming on April 19h. It's cross-buy as well so if you bought it on PS4, you get it for free..<p>Here's the latest trailer for it:</p>Demand of him, nor being desired yielded;

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    The Eighth Continent (Free) Mod The Eighth Continent MOD APK 2.1 (Mega Mod) Features:Mega Mod'The Eighth Continent' is an interactive novel in which you are the story's hero!In a world devastated by a cataclysmic super-eruption, you must search for your lost family. Who should you trust? What dangers await you in the volcanic wasteland?Scavenge, fight, hack, and trade your way through a ruined world. Features: - A branching storyline; make crucial choices and live with the consequences. - Conditional choices, where your options may depend on the items in your inventory, your health or mental state, previously visited locations, your reputation with other characters, or even your wealth! - A card-based fighting mini-game. - A mini-game for hacking electronic locks. - A mini-game where you scavenge for precious goods. - Vendors to buy and sell. - A decryption mini-game to decode secret records. - An inventory of consumables and quest items for you to manage. - Over 700 pages. - Over 20 achievements. - An automatic bookmark save system.Suitable for adults and young adults alike, the book uses clean language throughout and contains mild fictional violence in the form of a card game. Although a standalone story, 'The Eighth Continent' is the first book of a trilogy; books two and three are already written, and will be released as apps soon.The app is designed for both phones and tablets, and works in both landscape and portrait orientations.(This is an ad-supported version of the paid app 'The Eighth Continent'.)Special thanks to Matt Rix for his excellent Futile 2D library.��

    &#;�"Oh, I suppose I must reconcile myself to being the odd one again," said poor Leslie with another bitter laugh. "Forgive me, Anne--that was hateful. I ought to be thankful--and I AM--that I have two good friends who are glad to count me in as a third. Don't mind my hateful speeches. I just seem to be one great pain all over and everything hurts me."

    �&#;<p>Leap of Fate's laser and magic blasting action is currently available on iOS for its lowest price yet.</p><p>Choosing from several magical warriors, each imbued with unique skills, you battle across randomly-generated arenas. From cybernetic laser arms to mystical energy, Leap of Fate mixes of sci-fi and fantasy to give you a wide variety of abilities and playstyles to choose.</p><p>Our Bronze Award review described the game as "a well polished slice of mobile action", featuring frenetic combat and a flashy style.</p><p>You can purchase Leap of Fate on the App Store for 1.99p / 1.99c.</p>

    �Updated January 4th at 10:55am: OK, panic over, it looks like the Rusty Lake games are back on the App Store. Phew! Why not go check them out while you're here?<p>Original story below...Classic Apple. Not only does it hate having any games that dare to broach a political topic in a serious fashion, it also likes to remove much-loved games because they apparently look like spam, despite the fact that they're really obviously not.</p><p>The latest to be hit by this issue is Rusty Lake, which has seen all its games pulled from the App Store due to them looking "identical" and like spam. Which is patently ridiculous.</p><p>To all who can't find our games in Apple's Appstore. Unfortunately all our games are removed from @AppStoreGames due spam and looking identical. We really hope this automatic generated removal and we are back online soon... https://t.co/ode4HCumBW— Rusty Lake ????? (@rustylakecom) January 3, 2019 <p>The developer is hoping that this is just an automated problem, and that its games will be restored to the store soon. But beyond asking Apple to fix the problem and crossing your fingers, there's not much more you can do but wait at this point.</p><p>That said, if you already own any of the games, they are still appearing in your Purchased section on the App Store, and you can still download and play them to your heart's content. But if you wanted your friend to buy it and discuss the weirdness with you, you're bang out of luck.</p><p>We are, in general, fans of the Rusty Lake games - the last entry, Cube Escape: Paradox, bagged itself a Bronze Award from us, with our reviewer calling it "compellingly atmospheric stuff". So we are genuinely quite sad to see it go, and hope for its swift return.</p><p>There is one thing from Rusty Lake that Apple can't touch, however. The studio released a short film project which was Kickstarted late last year, so you can just go watch that for now while you're waiting for the games to come back to the App Store.</p><p>What say you? Mad at Apple for removing the games on a technical whim in another ridiculous move from the platform owner? Or not really fussed because you bought them ages ago? Let us know in the comments.</p>&#;

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