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3、<p>Fictiorama Studios digital voyeur simulator Do Not Feed The Monkeys has made it's way onto the Google Play store and is available now. It was originally released on PC last September and we gave a few reasons why we thought it was worth your time back then.</p><p>In Do Not Feed The Monkeys you're hired by a mysterious organisation called the Primate Observation Club and you're job is to watch the subjects you're assigned. They're not simians as the name would suggest however, they're people.</p><p>Your task is to observe every facet of their lives by invading their privacy on an obscene level, watching them through cameras and rummaging through their personal files. You'll also have access to their social media accounts too so you can imagine there's a lot of potential darkness to uncover.</p><p> </p><p>The one thing you are explicitly told not to do is interact with these people. There will be moments throughout the story though where you can choose to ignore this instruction and it will affect the narrative accordingly. This means multiple endings to uncover which gives it a great deal of replay value if you want to see all of the different outcomes.</p><p>Seeing as the game is your character sat at a computer clicking their way through various camera feeds or documents it should translate quite well to a mobile device. You'll mostly be watching events unfurl and making choices so the focus is much more on narrative than gameplay.</p><p>If role-playing as a surveillance state has always been of interest to you then you can grab Do Not Feed The Monkeys on the Google Play store now. It's normally priced at £5.49 but is currently reduced to £3.79 to celebrate its mobile launch.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.For these, of force, must your oblations be,
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- <p>Epic Games, the creators of Fortnite, and Bad Robot Games have seemingly revived their long-in-development mobile game collaboration. This one's called Spyjinx, and it seems to boast Fortnite's signature cartoonish style.</p><p>Only thing is that this is a totally new experience, with a focus on the art of espionage and becoming the perfect secret agent.</p><p>You'll have a secret hideout to build up and customise. This focus on building is once again quite similar to Epic's megahit shooter, though the difference here is that you're building a high-tech spy sanctuary, not rickety stairs and bits of cover.</p><p>This is fitting seeing as part of a secret agent's job is to try and lay low and be stealthy. If you've played a game like HITMAN, then you know the importance of having some obscurity (albeit Agent 47 is a hitman and not necessarily a spy).</p><p>Not only can you do this, but it looks like there will also be character creation and progression. I have no doubt we can expect unlockable cosmetics galore. </p><p>No word on if you can create a character, but it could be possible. It's also possible that you'll be able to choose from different characters and customise them, but this is just a wild guess.</p><p>Aside from building, multiplayer seems to play a huge role in the game. It'll offer a mix of action and strategy gameplay, as mentioned here on the game's official website. Although multiplayer is a big part of the juice here, it sounds like there will be a single-player experience, too.</p><p>There's currently no word on when we can expect Spyjinx to launch, but we do know that there will be an iOS beta coming to those in Malaysia and Australia.</p>Love multiplayer action? Then check out the top 25 multiplayer games for iPhone and iPad
- <p>Oh dear, it wouldn't be a release day without a hiccup and GAME's not having the best of weeks. Despite the gaming shop's pre-order calamity a couple of days ago, it looks like problems are still far from over.</p><p>Almost like deja-vu, people took to Twitter again earlier today in concern and outrage. According to a fair number of excited gamers, they received confirmation that GAME had packed and dispatched their Switches a couple of days or so ago, only to be emailed by the DPD saying that they'd not yet received the orders. Understandably this has left quite a few people pretty miffed.</p><p>In a more bizarre turn of events, some folks are receiving their Switch consoles without a hitch BUT without their pre-ordered games. As one of the most highly anticipated games for a number of years, this is rather baffling.</p><p>So, keep an eye on your orders, ladies and gents. If you're experiencing something like this, GAME or not, feel free to chat about it in the comments below. <p>@GAMEdigital so you’ve taken money but not provided the order to DPD? If it arrives it will be returned. Collected from @argos hassle free.— Watty (@Watty_G) March 3, 2017<p>@GAMEdigital Had a delivery from DPD today. Only the Switch was inside, not the Zelda game that I ordered with it. This is unacceptable.— Matt Harris (@MattTheMan2708) March 3, 2017<p>First time I've used @GAMEdigital for a pre-order. NEVER AGAIN! after being told my Switch was despatched yesterday, DPD say otherwise.— Daniel Fry (@Skymanic) March 3, 2017<p>I have my switch, thanks for early delivery @GAMEdigital but where is Zelda? Delivery is taking forever @GAMEHelps not responding to DM— David Brander (@davsbrander) March 3, 2017<p>@GAMEdigital where is my switch?!?! How can it be at the deopt then no longer there?!?! #neverorderfromgame— Natasha Rachael (@nmusiq) March 3, 2017<p>@GAMELincoln - Would of loved to have had mine delivered today from your site, but @gamedigital have messed up everything with DPD :( fuming— Jason Maddison (@TheMaddisonJei) March 3, 2017<p>@GAMEdigital my Nintendo Switch has arrived ?? I but my previous ordered copy of Zelda hasn't? I'm abit confused? Can you help?— Gavin Butcher (@gavlar2004) March 3, 2017<p>I feel like @GAMEdigital have outdone themselves this time, I would have rather burnt my money #WheresMyNintendoSwitchGAME— Sensual Salamander (@SensualBlu) March 3, 2017</p>
"I'm sure I would," said Anne. "And please don't think I'm utterly irresponsible because you saw me dancing on the shore at sunset. No doubt I shall be dignified after a time. You see, I haven't been married very long. I feel like a girl, and sometimes like a child, yet."
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