In partnership with XD Inc, 505 Games, Curve Digital and No Brakes Games released their popular title Human: Fall Flat in China through TapTap and China's iOS App Store a mere six days ago. It's proven quite popular since then and has been purchased over two million times.That's an incredibly impressive first-week display, particularly given how crowded the Chinese premium mobile games market is at the moment. The game released for ¥12, though this was a launch sale price and it will eventually revert to its original ¥18 tag.
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4、Aside from removing apps that weren't frequently updated, the latest sad App Store news is that, come Autumn, we'll potentially be saying goodbye to 32-bit iOS apps when iOS 11 hits. Devs: I'm hearing very clearly iOS 11 won't have 32bit app support at all. Update legacy apps now if you want them to survive past September— Steve T-S (@stroughtonsmith) April 8, 2017 It's an extremely bitter moment for some as the 32-bit apps are considered mobile game classics.Though Apple's been cracking down on the games for a while now, the notifications received on select games have changed from more of an update to a message of closure, essentially."This app will not work with future versions of iOS. The developer of this app needs to update it to improve its compatibility."Initially pointed out by game developer Steven Troughton-Smith, it hasn't been totally confirmed as of yet, but it's worth keeping in mind if you want to keep hold of your favourite older games when the Autumn comes.Source: 9to5MacThe Boy and the Nettles
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