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SimCity BuildIt now available worldwide for iPhone and iPad

Electronic Arts has now made its latest urban simulation game, SimCity BuildIt, available worldwide for the iPhone and iPad, after first announcing the game earlier this year.

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Papers, Please for iPad will get its nudity restored in an update next week

Lucas Pope, the creator of the just launched iPad version of the acclaimed indie game Papers, Please has now stated that it will be updated next week to restore content that was in the original PC version that included nudity.

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Elegy for a Dead World lets you tell the last stories of dead planets

Elegy for a Dead World is a new game from Dejobaan Games and Popcannibal, and is now available for OS X. The game sends you to dead or abandoned planets, letting you tell their story.

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The Price of Fame is a new iPhone and iPad game from Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has released a game for the iPhone and iPad called The Price of Fame. The game focuses on elevating the star you create to the top of Hollywood.

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Papers, Please makes its iPad debut, but without the nudity of the PC version

The acclaimed PC indie game Papers, Please has been released for the iPad today, but not without some changes. The creator of the game, Lucas Pope, stated he was forced to remove content that contained nudity due to Apple's rules.

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Scrolls, from Minecraft creator Mojang, now available for Mac!

As previously announced, Minecraft developer Mojang have released only their second internally developed game, Scrolls, for the Mac. A version for the iPad is in the works and will be released in early 2015.

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Crossy Road review: I should hate it, but I love it

Of all the silly little games I've played in the last month, I keep coming back to Crossy Road. It's not the mechanics: The app plays fast and loose with the Frogger look, but it's essentially the same movement you've played in side-scrollers for years. Step forward. Jump on a moving target. Jump to another moving target. Avoid the giant train. It's not the in-app purchase pleas, which are about on par in their annoyance with every other free-to-play game.

No, Crossy Road is charming. Which is odd, for a game that regularly cries out for ratings and in-app purchases. I usually detest games like this. They annoy me and then I delete them.

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Tales from the Borderlands hits the App Store

Hold onto your Butt Stallions, Tales from the Borderlands is now available on iOS. It offers the familiar dialog-heavy adventure style as Telltale's other games, while lathering on the distinctive cel-shaded art style and over-the-top antics of the Borderlands series of shooter games.

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Marvel Contest of Champions arrives for iPhone, iPad

Have you ever thought about what it would be like if Wolverine were to take on the Hulk? Or perhaps Iron Man versus Captain America? Well it looks you can now finally answer those burning questions because "Marvel Contest of Champions" has officially popped up in the App Store.

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