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    <p>Radiangames has produced a ton of great mobile classic titles that all had their own flair and style. As the list is huge, we can't comment on each one of them but you'll find a link to our review if you click on the name of each title.</p><p>This sale is done to celebrate Radiangames' kickstarter, a spiritual sequel of the Descent franchise.</p><p>I'll just say that each one of them is at least good and that you should definitely check them out.</p><p>So what can you get from this amazing catalog of apps? Well, as the sales are different on the App Store and Google's own Play Store we've separated the two below:</p><p>On iOS you'll be able to get for free:</p><p>SideSwype (App Store link)CRUSH (App Store link)Slydris (App Store link)Inferno+ (App Store link)Ballistic SE (App Store link)Fireball SE (App Store link)</p><p>And these are on sale at £0.79:</p><p>Devastator (App Store link)Inferno 2 (App Store link)Super Crossfighter (App Store link)Fluid SE (App Store link)JoyJoy (App Store link)</p>On Android you'll be able to get these for £0.79 each (or even less):<p>SideSwype (Play Store link)CRUSH (Play Store link)Slydris (Play Store link)Inferno+ (Play Store link)Ballistic SE (Play Store link)Fireball SE (Play Store link)Inferno 2 (Play Store link)Super Crossfighter (Play Store link)Fluid SE (Play Store link)JoyJoy (Play Store link)Bombcast (Play Store link)</p>&#;<p>Prison Run and Gun is a semi-sequel to Hot Guns, we well received platformer that only came out on Steam.</p><p>It feels like Prison Run and Gun isn't changing up the formula but focuses on puzzles:

    &#;biologicalunhappiness.com<p>[Update] An Android VR placeholder has been sighted on the dashboard of Google Play's Developer Console.</p><p>Those who have access have signed in today and seen it alongside Android Wear, Android TV, and Android Auto.</p><p>Clicking it doesn't do anything as yet, but this is further evidence that the company will announce a standalone VR headset at their I/O event next week.</p><p>[Original Story] Google are holding an I/O event next week and are widely expected to announce a standalone Android VR headset.</p><p>A former technology journalist, Peter Rojas, has managed to get the scoop through his sources.</p><p>A series of tweets were posted yesterday from his personal account and several sites were quick to jump on the news.<p>Android VR will definitely be announced next week, and from what I’ve heard will be less powerful than the Vive or Rift.— Peter Rojas (@peterrojas) May 11, 2016 The key message seems to be that it will be less powerful than Vive or Rift. This could mean that Google are trying to tackle the mid-level market that Playstation VR are attempting to secure.</p><p>What is clear is that this will be a much different project to Cardboard as that can be inserted into any phone Android phone and used on a supported library of games.</p><p>This headset, however, is rumoured to be completely standalone. You won't even need a PC to plug it into.<p>Correct. Android VR will be a standalone headset. https://t.co/66NibcpfxK— Peter Rojas (@peterrojas) May 11, 2016 We know Google are onboard with VR and have supported it from the very beginning, but currently Samsung are leading the charge with the Gear going from strength to strength.</p><p>Is this Google's way of trying to go to the next level? We'll find out for sure next week.</p>�

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    <p>Of all the many, many handheld gaming devices we&rsquo;ve covered here, the Caseboy has got to be one of the strangest. The basic idea is that it&rsquo;s a phone case which doubles as a little gaming system for retro classics.</p><p>You can expect a total of 36 preinstalled games, most of which are actually pretty decent. Highlights include Super Mario Bros, Donkey Kong, Super Contra, Bomberman, and Galaga. The battery is said to last for up to 4 hours, which is in keeping with devices like the Evercade.</p><p>The case charges through any universal Micro USB cable, though don&rsquo;t expect one to come bundled in the box. I imagine most of us probably have at least a couple of these lying around the house anyway, so it&rsquo;s not a huge deal.</p><p>The main draw here is obviously being able to play retro classics on your phone case, but the Caseboy also seems to offer decent protection for your device, with shock-absorbing silicone bumpers. At the moment, the case is only available for iOS devices, the full list of which you can check out on the Caseboy&rsquo;s site.</p>"I had not expected you to look at the matter as you do, Anne," he said a little stiffly, getting up and moving towards the office door. It was their first approach to a quarrel.<p>There's very little chance you haven't heard of the recent Samsung Galaxy Note 7 issue. You know: the one where people's batteries were exploding causing pretty severe damage and immediate bans from flights? Yeah, well, it's still happening.</p><p>Firstly my heart goes out to Samsung with today's news. Where the initial recall cost them near $1 billion and gave their reputation a bit of a jolt, this is really not what they wanted to hear. For those loyal Samsung fans, we shrugged the initial bout of exploding 7s off and waited for the replacement phone with great excitement. Now however I'd like you all to join me in an enormous face-palm and sad, sad sigh.</p><p>Of course there's no need to jump out of your seats, lock away your phones, and call the priest just yet. However, I dare say that the variety of incidents, from Korea to North America, doesn't really bode well for the company. Rather than issuing another recall it could be that the phone will be blacklisted and written-off altogether. Unconfirmed reports that Samsung has stopped production of the phone completely don't exactly inspired confidence.</p><p><p>T-Mobile is now second U.S. carrier to suspend sales and replacement of Samsung Galaxy Note 7. https://t.co/2a0Aw4pwdT— Recode (@Recode) October 10, 2016 With the first wave of sellers announcing that sales of the Note 7 have been ceased again, it's a blow of confidence that Samsung might not be able to recover from. U.S. firm AT&T and German firm T-Mobile announced that they'd halt the selling of the phone until further investigation. A report today suggested that EE might be following suit soon as it considers the reports. O2, Three, and Vodaphone have yet to comment but so far don't appear to be halting sales. The same goes for the likes of Carphone Warehouse, etc.</p><p>A report from The Japan Times today said "Samsung on Friday issued a stronger-than-expected operating profit forecast for the third quarter despite the impact of the recall, which, according to some analysts, could cost up to $2 billion." At this point Samsung must be sweating.</p><p>As someone who owned the original Note 7, handed it back for the recommended exchange, waited for the exchange to happen whilst simultaneous still having to pay for the same contract, and now owns the 'safe' Note 7, I'm about ready to throw my hands up. It's a fantastic phone – but is it fantastic enough to deal with this all again?</p>

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