Natus
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App-ocalypse

Tue Jul 11, 2017 3:35 pm

Why is no one (as far as I can see) discussing this? Shouldn't this be a huge issue, since many games will be unplayable after the Apple update in the fall. If it *is* being discussed on PT, where is it being discussed?

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EICJoe
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Re: App-ocalypse

Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:02 am

Hello Natus,

Apologies for not replying to you straight away, I've been away on holiday.

To be honest, I would have liked to have started talking about this sooner, but I didn't want to approach it from a "me too" attitude - talking about it for the sake of talking about it.

For various reasons we've been slow getting our coverage of this off the ground, which is why there hasn't been a PT article on it yet and thus, no discussion on PT. There's plenty of talk about this in other places, and we DO intend to join the fray ourselves, but I do apologise for the delay.

Hope that helps.
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Re: App-ocalypse

Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:10 pm

I wonder how many apps will update in he eleventh hour. I bought and played Bard's Tale to get it in before the end, only to see them update a few weeks later. Still a lot of big ones out there that aren't ready, though. I am bummed I won't get a chance to go through all of Wesnoth, since there are so many campaigns and the original publisher does not seem to be around.

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