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    • By davidpaj
      Apple makes Fortnite players wait until appeals are over
      by David Allen

      Fortnite fans who are hoping to have the game back on Apple devices soon may have years to wait. Apple has blacklisted the popular game until all court appeals are final according to Epic Games CEO, Tim Sweeney. Epic Games’ opening brief in its appeal is due December 12, and Apple’s is due January 20 according to court filings.

      The two companies have been in a fiery dispute since April of last year. Epic games tried to skirt around Apple’s 30 percent fee on some in-app purchases by developing its own in-app payment system. Apple is also facing a swarm of other legal and regulatory challenges due to rules it enforces on game makers.

      Sweeney took to Twitter on Tuesday to voice his opinion after being informed of Apple’s decision to ban Fortnite until all appeals are over.

      Developers have criticized Apple’s 15-30 percent commissions with some believing the process isn’t transparent and often unpredictable. Earlier this month a U.S. federal judge struck down some of Apple’s App store rules allowing another developer to use an external payment system. This could be considered a small win for Epic Games.

      For now, Fortnite fans may have to wait up to five years to play the game on Apple devices.

      Via Reuters

    • By vishal1082
      Automachef is free on the Epic Games Store this week
      by Vishal Laul



      Automachef is on offer to claim and keep for free this week at the Epic Games Store, taking the place of Void Bastards and Yooka-Laylee. Along with this, Saint Row: The Third Remastered is also being given away, accompanied by the announcement of a Saints Row series reboot.

      Automachef challenges players with the task of building efficient automated restaurants for a robot that believes it’s a human. It features a campaign mode, as well as a sandbox and contracts mode. There are spatial, management, and scenario puzzles as well. Here’s how the Epic Games Store describes it:

      Epic Games Store is offering Automachef for Windows. Here are minimum requirements:

      If you wish to claim Automachef, you can find it here. It will be free to claim, alongside Saints Row: The Third Remastered, until September 2, which is when Epic will put on offer Yoku's Island Express for its next giveaway.

    • By vishal1082
      3 out of 10: Season Two is free to claim on the Epic Games Store this week
      by Vishal Laul



      Epic Games Store has put on offer 3 out of 10: Season Two for this week’s giveaway, taking the place of Tales of the Neon Sea.

      3 out of 10 is a narrative-driven episodic title that tells the tale of Shovelworks Studios as it struggles to create a game that scores higher than 3 out of 10. Season One of the title released in early August last year and is free as well. Here’s how the Epic Games Store describes it:

      Here are the minimum requirements:

      If you wish to claim 3 out of 10: Season Two, you can find it here. It will be free to claim until April 15, which is when Epic will put on offer Deponia: The Complete Journey, Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth, and The First Tree for its next giveaway.

    • By vishal1082
      Creature in the Well is free to claim on the Epic Games Store this week
      by Vishal Laul



      Epic Games Store is offering Creature in the Well for this week’s giveaway, taking the place of The Fall.

      A top-down dungeon crawler with pinball-inspired gameplay mechanics, Creature in the Well takes players through eight hand-crafted dungeons with challenging and unique themes. Here’s how the Epic Games Store describes it:

      Here are the minimum requirements:

      If you wish to claim Creature in the Well, you can find it here. It will be free to claim until April 1, which is when Epic will put on offer Tales of the Neon Sea for its next giveaway.

    • By vishal1082
      The Fall is free to claim on the Epic Games Store this week
      by Vishal Laul



      Epic Games Store is offering The Fall for this week’s giveaway, taking the place of Surviving Mars.

      The Fall is the first game of its trilogy, telling the story of an AI stranded on an alien planet. A side-scrolling puzzler, the title originally released in 2014 to favorable reviews from critics and players alike, most praising its story and atmosphere. Here’s how the Epic Games Store describes it:

      Epic Games Store is offering The Fall for players on Windows and macOS but it’s also available for Linux via Steam where it is priced $9.99 at the time of writing. Here are the minimum requirements:

      If you wish to claim The Fall, you can find it here. It will be free to claim until March 25, which is when Epic will put on offer Creature in the Well for its next giveaway.