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<p>Rip Them Off, a tower-defense puzzler about selling products to large masses of consumers, is now out on the iOS App Store.</p><p>The game is set in a minimalist world where high-rise buildings and fancy commercial businesses thrive. Citizens flow along as if on a conveyor belt, looking to make their next expensive purchase, and it’s up to you to manage this flow as efficiently as possible in order to satisfy The Board who expect great profits.</p><p>Each stage has you place down different businesses, each with their own capacity and profit margins, and so it becomes a game of trying to figure out the correct order that will maximise your earnings while ensuring the traffic of consumers isn’t disrupted. As you continue playing, the levels add new factors that further complicate things.</p><p>Rip Them Off is part-business management and part-tower defense, as it can be pretty difficult to work out where each business should go, but that’s all part of the challenge. It also makes a change from a lot of tower defense games, where instead of defending a base from invading enemies, you’re instead embracing them as you rinse as much cash out of them as possible.</p>Shook off my sober guards and civil fears;
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Updated on December 18th, at 9:45: Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War is now available on the iOS App Store, and also Android via that there Google Play. We'll have a full review today.<p>Original story follows…</p>
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<p>Remember that time when a Cuphead dupe managed to sneak under the radar and launch on the App Store? It was pretty crazy and further opened up whether such a game would ever come to mobile. The short answer? Not anytime soon.</p><p>Earlier today, a couple of our sister sites Pocketgamer.biz and PCGamersInsider.biz, launched articles where MDHR co-founder Chad Moldenhauer chatted about Cuphead, its successes, and the recent iOS controversy.</p><p>Though ultimately touching on what a bizarre experience it was, Moldenhauer said, "It opened our eyes to show us how big the Cuphead IP is spreading around the games sphere. We just thought it was a little bit odd that it wasn't caught on Apple's end, but they took it down super fast."</p><p>When asked about whether MDHR had any plans to bring the game to mobile, he said 'never say never', though the likelihood of there being a Cuphead port in the next few months would be highly unlikely. "--the game, as it is right now, would never work on mobile. If we do something in the future on mobile, it would have to be from the ground up and something totally different."</p><p>Be sure to take a look on both PCGamesInsider and Pocketgamer.biz to learn more about where the idea of Cuphead came from, what its future on mobile could possibly be, and more.</p>