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Hidden Lands

Bounzy! + Data Android

<p>Stolen Thunder is a unique action puzzler available now on iOS, blending elements of arcade evasion and fast-paced brainteasers.</p><p>Guiding a triangular craft through swipes and taps, you move through a series of nodes and platforms, some containing enemies, extra lives, or blocked by barriers that must be unlocked by a key. Figuring out the correct path and the order in which you need to collect items are your goals across Stolen Thunder's twelve levels.</p><p>Those levels will last you around two or three hours, introducing new threats that force you to move through stages quickly to avoid danger. You'll have to properly orient to destroy enemies with your lightning weapon, use special tiles to cross gaps, and dodge turrets, among other elements.</p><p>You can purchase Stolen Thunder for 99p / 99c on the App Store.</p>...

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Trick or Treat : 3D Halloween Game

PianoPlay + Data Android

<p>The bargain bin platformer Cubic Ninja used to cost £3 on CEX, but now it's being sold for £60. Why? It's the key to unlocking the 3DS.</p><p>Jordan "smealum" Rabet, a hacker, is the cause for this rise in the game's price. After months of work, he managed to find an exploit that allows homebrew games to run on the 3DS.</p><p>As with the Wii's "Twilight Hack," this 3DS crack requires a game to work. You also need an internet connection, an SD card, and obviously a 3DS.</p><p>Initially, users in the GBATemp forums - where Rabet made his announcement - were keeping what game was needed for the crack to work a secret.</p><p>But this soon changed, and Rabet tweeted a Vine that revealed that the game needed was Cubic Ninja (more specifically, a Japanese version of the game).</p><p>With this reveal, loads of people rushed to buy a copy of Cubic Ninja so that they could use Rabet's hack once it is released on November 22nd.</p><p>This new demand for the game is why the price of it has soared so suddenly. It's also why Nintendo has removed Cubic Ninja from the Japanese eShop.</p><p>So, now you know why a mediocre platformer from 2011 is selling for upwards of £60.</p><p>Not that we're encouraging you to buy it and crack your 3DS. No, that's naughty and you shouldn't do it.</p>...

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