<p>It's tricky to nail fast-paced FPS action in VR, but it's even trickier to sell it when you've got multiple players all gunning for one another. Luckily, Fake Eyes and Goboogie Games' pulse-pounding VR shooter Colonicle gets it right and promise to offer hours of enjoyable fun.</p>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>
Our partyUpdate 22nd July 08:48 AM: After an agonising wait, Bulb Boy has now launched on iOS for £2.29/$2.99.<p>As well as working through issues to launch their game on time, Bulbware have been working incessantly to fix a few bugs before launch day. In our review of the game we'd commented on the lighting being too dark at times, however with its newest update this issue is now apparently fixed.</p><p>Head over to iTunes now to pick up your copy of Bulb Boy for £2.29/$2.99 now.</p><p>This week we received some very exciting news from Bulbware stating that the award-winning Bulb Boy is coming to iOS, and shortly followed by Android, on the 21st July.</p><p>For those who haven't seen the first of its name on PC, Bulb Boy is an indie horror about a young boy with a glowing head. One night he wakes up to find that evil has overshadowed the Bulbhouse and he has to find his courage to save everything he loves.</p><p>A fairly standard point-and-click horror adventure, what really makes Bulb Boy stand out is its unique design and its use of light and dark to create the perfect atmosphere. It has the essence of a horror game with a cartoony/child-like flare that mirrors games like The Binding of Isaac.</p><p>With optimised game performance and sound, attentive touch-based interface and a new lighting system from its PC counterpart, Bulb Boy will hopefully be an excellent fit on the iPad and iPhone. We'll have to wait and see.</p><p>Head over to Bulbware's website now if you'd like to find out more about the company or check out the game's website here. Bulb Boy is so far due for release on the 21st July on iOS with Android coming shortly after.</p>
The Geese and the CranesIn Refs Real Flight Simulator APK, first of all, you need to start the engine. If your plane has a four-engine, you need to activate the four-engine. From the screen, you can all the controls of the airplane. Click the engine activate button to start the engine. Toggle the engine start button for few seconds. The available plane engines start working. After starting the engines, you are ready to travel by plane. Front and backward gear are provided on the screen. Toggle the gear to upward your plane, and the plane is starting to move forward on the runway. It would help if you needed to increase the plane speed up to 100 for taking off your plane from the runway.
<p>Nintendo Europe released a demo of the up and coming Kirby Star Allies for the Switch today. All of you lucky kids in the EU can try the game right now (and if you’re not in the EU, you can just make a European Nintendo account, easy peasy). The full version of the game is set to launch on March 16.</p><p><p>Osmotic Studios and Fellow Traveller's Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You initially launched for iOS earlier this year after receiving critical praise on PC. When the iPhone and iPad edition launched, the developers also announced they were working on an Android port too, which is now available as a premium title. </p><p>As you might be able to infer from the name, Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You is based on the idea of a surveillance state, where you'll be able to take on the role of Big Brother. Following a series of terrorist attacks, you're tasked with investigative the lives of the various citizens in order to find those responsible.</p>
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