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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>Updated 27th October, 12:46 PM: Sorry to say in advance that this isn't the news you were waiting for, folks. It looks like Grave VR is getting delayed by another few days.<p>Admirably the developers decided to make a difficult decision to postpone the game until Monday after feeling that the game needed a little more polish.</p><p>Instead, Grave VR will not launch on October 31st at 12 AM (ooooo, spoooky), so you can still play the game on Halloween.</p><p>We're under a week away from the most terrifying day of the year (apart from Mondays, hue-hue) and those of you who own a VR may be getting excited for the release of GraveVR today. Sorry to burst your bubble, folks, but you'll have to wait another day yet.</p><p><p>We submitted for approval but it usually takes a couple days so @GraveGame may have to wait until the 26th/27th! Sorry for inconvenience— Spooky Tristan Moore (@TristanParrish) October 24, 2016 Just to recap, GraveVR is a first-person survival horror experience set in the arse-end of nowhere. You're alone and without a friend, helping hand, or any weapons, and the sun is about to set. As I mentioned before in a previous article, the visceral side of this horror experience is what makes it brilliant.</p><p>Like Slenderman or the Weeping Angels from Doctor Who you can't just hide in a corner and hope the threat with go away. At the same time you've got to pick the right approach to defend yourself – do you use the light to scare the monsters away, or will it just draw them closer to you?</p><p>A tweet from Tristan Moore, game designer and co-founder of Broken Windows, let us know that its delay is due to a wait for approval. So long as everything goes to plan we should be able to get our hands on the game tomorrow, the 26th October on HTC Vive.</p><p>Prepare your pants for scaring.</p>Enswathed and sealed to curious secrecy.
<p>In a post set live earlier today, it was announced that The Turing Test and Relicta will be the latest games to arrive on Google Stadia. Interestingly, they're both futuristic first-person puzzlers that, despite their obvious similarities, appear to be very distinct entities.</p><p>The Turing Test first launched on Steam back in 2016, where it earned some fairly impressive reviews from critics and players alike for its visuals, engrossing story, and many tricky puzzles.</p><p>It's set on Jupiter's moon and sees you using a unique Energy Manipulation Tool (or EMT) to transfer power between various machines. As someone who hasn't played it, I'm getting strong Portal and SOMA vibes, which is no bad thing.</p>
"I suppose," said Gilbert, sitting down with a resigned air, "the only thing to do in a case of this kind is to have patience and go at the matter categorically. Whom is your letter from?"
<p>The Goldbergs: Back to the 80s is an idle game that's available now for iOS and Android. It's based on the American sitcom, The Goldbergs, that started back in 2013. The show itself is set in the 80s and is based on the childhood of series creator Adam F. Goldberg.</p><p>The Goldbergs: Back to the 80s takes the series to the mobile realm. It takes place during an unspecified point during the 1980s where players will need to help Adam, Erica and Barry climb the recently released 'Cool List' that they currently find themselves at the bottom of. As in any idle game, this will be achieved through a lot of tapping and kicking back.</p><p>You'll need to collect both Cool Points and gather friends to climb higher up the social ladder. Cool Points can be generated more quickly by opening hangout spots and continuing to upgrade them. You'll also be able to get new characters by collecting cards, which can then be upgraded by gathering VHS tapes, arcade tokens and sunglasses.</p><p>It won't be a straight climb to the top however, at the end of each episode some unfortunate event will happen that sees you tumbling back down to the first rung. There will also be several bosses to face such as Beverly, Murray and Coach Mellor.</p><p>I've personally never watched the show, so I have no idea who these people are. However, if you are a fan of the show you'll recognise some of the plots that come straight from the show itself, with new stories set to be added in future.</p><p>The Goldbergs: Back to the 80s is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Interested in RPGs that's are a little less idle? Here are 25 of the best available for Android
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Anne had not been especially enthusiastic over the idea of surrounding her flower beds with quahog shells; as a decoration they did not appeal to her on first thought. But she would not have hurt Captain Jim's feelings for anything; so she assumed a virtue she did not at first feel, and thanked him heartily. And when Captain Jim had proudly encircled every bed with a rim of the big, milk-white shells, Anne found to her surprise that she liked the effect. On a town lawn, or even up at the Glen, they would not have been in keeping, but here, in the old-fashioned, sea-bound garden of the little house of dreams, they BELONGED.