<p>Fans of challenging roguelite shooters were excited back in February, when it revealed that a mobile version of Binding of Isaac was in the works. But then those hopes were dashed when Apple rejected the game due to featuring violence against children, an odd decision considering Limbo and The Walking Dead had been on the App Store for years.</p><p>But we can all rejoice again. In a recent blog entry, it was revealed that not only was The Binding of Isaac approved by Apple, but that the challenging and weird shooter is coming to mobile "very soon".</p><p>Alongside the expected arsenal of items and modifiers, gross creatures and randomly generated levels, and hard-as-nails combat, the mobile version will arrive on iPad and iPhone with iCloud saving and Bluetooth controller support.</p><p>There isn't any release time frame besides "coming very soon" nor any price details at the moment, but we'll be sure to share any new information.</p>
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1、<p>Just days after the news broke that Tencent and Bluehole will be bringing the hit competitive game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to mobile, 'Glorious Mission' has just dropped on iOS in China.</p><p>Developed by Aurora Games and published by Tencent, Glorious Mission (translated) features a huge, 64 square kilometre map with 100 players in the server at a time who have to parachute into play. Sound familiar?</p><p>Play solo or as part of a team as you dive into the game. Explore buildings, drive vehicles, watch your surroundings for enemies, and more as you try to claw your way to being the last man standing.</p><p>Whether this is just the start of the aforementioned PUBG's mobile journey, I don't know. There have been a fair few clones and lites on the market recently, and we've had more than enough to say about them.</p><p>Our own gentle giant, Harry Slater, had his own opinion on the game, as did a bunch of our editorial colleagues at Steel Media.</p><p>Either way, for now Glorious Mission is the closest thing there is to PUBG on mobile, so feel free to grab it free to play on the Chinese App Store.</p><p>Source: Killercow</p>