<p>48h Studio has announced that its Bronze Award-winning psychedelic dodger Avoid: Sensory Overload has returned to iOS and Android.</p><p>It was removed from the App Store and Google Play before due to problems with publisher Nuoxygen, apparently. As such, 48h Studio has self-published the game this time around.</p><p>Not all of the creases have been ironed out, mind.</p><p>"All the people who bought the game are at risk of losing it and we are really sorry for the inconvenience but there was nothing we could do about it," writes Michele Sasso of 48h Studio.</p><p>Don't worry too much if you did buy the game before and have now lost it. Sasso tells us that Avoid will be free for the next three weeks to give previous owners a chance to get the game back. So get on that.</p><p>Here are your links: you can grab it on the App Store [download] and Google Play [download].</p><p>As an additional bit of news, 48h Studio has released a new game called Avoid ZX. That's the game in the screenshot above.</p><p>Yep, it's a demake of Avoid: Sensory Overload as if it was being released on the ZX Spectrum. That means it's a fast-paced top-down dodger with 1-bit graphics and soundtrack.</p><p>Pretty neat, huh? You can purchase Avoid ZX for 69p / 99c on the App Store [buy] and Google Play [buy].</p><p>Right, that's everything, I hope. Over and out.</p>What's sweet to do, to do will aptly find:
Have emptied all their fountains in my well,
The crack version of the Shoal Fairy(no watching ads to get Rewards)"Well, you HAVE got one on me at last, Jim Boyd, I'll admit. Just look how pleased he is, Anne, dearie, grinning like a Chessy-cat. As for the robins' legs if robins have great, big, bare, sunburned legs, with ragged trousers hanging on 'em, such as I saw up in my cherry tree one morning at sunrise last week, I'll beg the Gilman boys' pardon. By the time I got down they were gone. I couldn't understand how they had disappeared so quick, but Captain Jim has enlightened me. They flew away, of course."
Anne and Leslie had another cry the next week when they shortened Little Jem. Anne felt the tragedy of it until evening when in his long nightie she found her own dear baby again.
<p>Hexaflip is the second game to be published by Rogue Games for Apple Arcade, joining Super Impossible Road. So they're clearly a publisher that has some belief in Apple Arcade.</p><p>Hexaflip is a casual puzzle game that seems very simple. You'll play as a hexagon – somewhat unsurprisingly – and will have to navigate your way through various levels by flipping left or right into other hexagonal holes.</p><p>Along the way, you'll have to avoid various obstacles and traps that aim to take down your six-sided form. Judging from the trailer – which you can see below – this can include hammers and lasers. There doesn't appear to be anything that pursues you but there are 100 levels so that may come later.</p><p>There are also teleporters and arrows that will automatically move your hexagon in a set direction. So there is some scope for the levels to get significantly more challenging as you venture further on by making you have to carefully plan out your route so you don't end on the wrong side of a hammer.</p>
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