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<p>We first heard of Polyganic when it won our Big Indie Pitch at Apps World last month.</p><p>Now we've found out that it's coming to iOS, Android, and Windows Phone next week. Time for a briefing, then, so grab a seat and listen up.</p><p>Polyganic is an arcade endless runner that's probably best understood as a twist on Flappy Bird.</p><p>Instead of controlling the bird - in this case a simple polygon - you swipe the pipes up and down so that it passes through rather than colliding with them.</p><p>As you do this, you collect coins which, on occasion, switch proceedings into a fever mode. So, yep, bright colours and chaos ensues</p><p>Another one from the rumour mill today - Apple is reportedly considering launching a subscription service on the App Store, which would bundle a bunch of games together for one set monthly price.</p><p>As reported by Cheddar, this is coming from "five people familiar with the matter". Apple has also supposedly been in talks with developers to start acting as a publisher on its own store, helping it take even more control over its storefront.</p><p>Now, this actually makes a lot of sense. Android already has a service like this - Hatch, from Angry Birds studio Rovio, offers premium games for free with ads, or you can pay a subscription fee to remove said ads and just play the games.</p><p>And Amazon has done the same thing before a few years back with Amazon Underground, though that shut down not too long ago, probably because the developers weren't making much money from it, and also because no one plays games through the Amazon store. (Sorry, Amazon.)</p>
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Whereon the thought might think sometime it saw<p>Marvelous Entertainment has announced that 3DS title Kaio: King of Pirates has been cancelled.</p><p>This was a project being led by Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune. It was based on the Romance of the Three Kingdoms but featured animal pirates instead of historical figures.</p><p>Inafune hoped to make it into a trilogy that would be brought to the west at some point. Obviously, that will no longer happen.</p><p>Kaio had been in production since 2011. It was announced in 2012 but all development on it had gone silent for a while after it was delayed until 2014.</p><p>According to Siliconera, Marvelous cancelled Kaio due to changes in the marketplace and difficulties with the game's planned mixed media development.</p><p>Marvelous has spent 461 million yen on producing Kaio: King of Pirates altogether, which is roughly $3.8 million.</p>Siliconera
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