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Oddworld Inc. co-founder Lorne Lanning, says that a remake of the legendary PS1 classic Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus is the 'next logical one to go into production'. I agree.

Following the reception of Abe's Oddysee's 'New n' Tasty' remake, it certainly makes sense!

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Beyond Flesh and Blood is an ambitious third person shooter with horror over tones, slated for a full release on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Linux in Q4 2015.

Pixel Bomb Games were established in 2011 and are based in Manchester, which also serves as the game's setting - which as far as I know, makes it a world first for one of the UK's largest cities.

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Apple made a bold statement at its recent Spring Forward event, that its all-new MacBook had reinvented the notebook. We've all had our own opinions on it, especially given the strength of the Windows Ultrabook scene right now. But they're also opinions based on early looks and spec sheets. Thankfully, our buddies over at iMore have reviewed the MacBook in full to give us a little more information.

With the likes of the Asus Zenbook UX305, Samsung Ativ 9, Dell XPS 13 and Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon to name but a selection, in the Windows stable, there's a ton of great laptops out there right now. So how does the MacBook stack up?

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Lara Croft: Relic Run is coming to Windows Phone soon

Lara Croft: Relic Run, starring the lead character from the Tomb Raider game series, will be released worldwide on Windows Phone and other platforms in the coming months. Publisher Square Enix and Tomb Raider's main developer Crystal Dynamics are working with mobile game developer Simutronics on this new free-to-play title.

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A couple of big name game titles are now available across Xbox One and PC, with Mortal Kombat X and the long awaited arrival of GTA V on the PC. Lots of unnecessary violence, for sure.

Mortal Kombat X sees its global launch across PC, Xbox One and PS4, while for Rockstar's epic this is now the third time on a third platform the title has launched.

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Toca Kitchen 2 is the sequel to the original Windows Phone game for children that puts your child in the kitchen with a wide range of ingredients to prepare some rather unique meals.

Toca Kitchen is a part of a series of games that are designed to challenge your child's creativity. The cooking game will let your child experiment with different proteins, fruits, vegetable and other food ingredients and let them get messy without creating a mess. You also have three dining patrons to serve as taste testers.

Available for low-memory Windows Phones and Windows 8 devices, Toca Kitchen 2 comes across as a fun, time-consuming game for our younger readers.

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Windows Central photo contest: Water

The photo contest is back, and we've changed things up once again. We took a week off last week with it being the Easter holiday weekend for many of us on the Mobile Nations team. But now we're going to change it up again and we're giving more people more time to enter. The contests will now each run for two weeks, and we're going to try out some new prizes along with it.

You'll find all of the relevant information below. But onto this weeks topic, Water. Something commonplace in life, yet that still lends to taking many different styles of shot. The one up top is a quick sample I took this past weekend with the Lumia 640 XL on a gloomy afternoon. But you guys will certainly do better.

So, to the rules and a little housekeeping, announcing the winner of the last weekly photo contest!

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TrulyMadly is a popular dating app in India. Quite similar to Tinder, the biggest USP of TrulyMadly is profile verification via Trust Score and matchmaking. The app focuses on introducing two right single people and ensures that it does not spam any users profile and only suggests verified and relevant matches for a user, based on his/her preferences.

The app has recently landed on the Windows Phone Store. The first release had some issues, and a quick update has taken care of those while bumping up to version 1.1.

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The Microsoft Garage is an interesting place where some generally awesome ideas develop and grow into products we may or may not get to see. A large organization like Microsoft has many labs, like that totally secret development of HoloLens, and in a pretty detailed post, the doors to the Garage have been opened for us all to have a peek inside.

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