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<p>Nicolas Bevillard has released his love letter to the Danmaku shooters of the '90s that he calls Bullet Hell Infinite on iOS.</p><p>There's no sign of the Android version as of yet, it would seem. So, if that's your platform of choice, you've got just a bit longer to wait.</p><p>Bullet Hell Infinite gives away its two main components in that title.</p><p>So, yes, you fly a spaceship through hordes of enemies that fire bullets in big colourful patterns for you to dodge.</p><p>And, while it's not infinite exactly - there are only four stages - the enemies are generated differently each time you play a level. That's where the "Infinite" part comes from, presumably.</p><p>As you progress through the levels you're able to upgrade your ship to better survive the onslaught of bullets.</p>The Farmer and the FoxTo every place at once, and nowhere fixed,
Updated on October 8th, at 18:00: This story is no longer accurate. Please find the update here<p>Original story follows…</p><p>If an app that you own is removed from the App Store, you will no longer be able to download it from your purchase history, an Apple spokesperson has told Pocket Gamer.</p><p>Recently, a number of games have been pulled from the App Store by their creators for various reasons. Telltale has pulled The Walking Dead to fix bugs, and Disney has removed Monkey Island 2 because it was too old.</p><p>But owners of those apps have noticed that the games are gone from their purchase history, too, making it impossible to download them. If you don't already have Rolado on your iPhone, for example, you aren't able to get it.</p><p>A developer behind the Twitter app Tweetbot said this was new behavior, and was unsure whether it was a new Apple policy or just a bug.</p><p>Now, a spokesperson for Apple has explained to PG that "if [developers] remove their apps from the store, they cannot be redownloaded until the app has been resubmitted to the App Store".</p><p>If you want to keep your favourite iOS games around forever, you'll have to back them up yourself, as it seems like Apple will no longer do it for you.</p>We know that the gamers are always keen to explore something new in the modern available simulation, and so are the developers. The developers are exploring new genres and categories every day to serve the audience, and for that, all the famous works have already been approached. They have entered into the deep and minimal niche that gives an unexpected possibility of gaming.
<p>Meganoid was one of OrangePixel's early pixel art titles, bringing intense precision platforming to mobile in 2011. Now the game is returning later this year, as a remake expanded greatly with a improved visuals and remixed stages.</p><p>Meganoid drops you into dangerous gauntlets of turrets, lasers, and explosions. To survive each challenge level, you must run and leap across crumbling platforms, collecting diamonds for a high score.</p><p>The remake's major influence is Spelunky, so levels will be a hybrid of procedural generation and hand-designed sections. You'll also be able to gather powerful items, such as bombs, jetpacks, zapper guns, EMPs, and double-jumping anti-gravity boots.</p><p>Meganoid will be coming to mobile sometime this year. You can follow the game's development on OrangePixel's site.</p>Peak Hour: Traffic Rush(Large Cash)In brief the grounds and motives of her woe.
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"Somehow, I can't reconcile his simple, kindly personality with the wild, adventurous life he has lived," mused Anne.<p>Frogmind has updated Badland with new co-op levels, missions, and achievements.</p><p>The biggest feature with this update are the 10 new "Daydream" levels. As you can play co-op with up to four players on these the number of co-op levels in the game is now 100.</p><p>These co-op levels can be played on the same screen, or across multiple phones or tablets.</p><p>This update also adds 30 new missions for you to beat and four new achievements to earn.</p><p>We experience Titanfall this week as the Clash Royale-inspired mobile spin-off of the popular FPS series hits app stores.</p><p>We also take a look at the Hyperkin Smart Boy, which aims to turn your android phone into a fully fledged Game Boy, and find out what Zelda might have been like if it was populated entirely by felines in Cat Quest.</p><p>Plus, James talks to Llexi Leon about the expanding universe of Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast.</p>Download episode 406:MP3 (right click to save-as, left click to play)iTunes