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<p>Klab's incredibly popular action game, Bleach: Brave Souls, has now hit a staggering 50 million downloads - though that number apparently includes folks who've installed the game more than once - as it nears its fifth anniversary. With more and more mobile games closing their doors after just a year of being available, it's great to see another being enjoyed for a longer period of time.</p><p>Of course, it's also cause for celebration, as any yearly anniversary is in the world of mobile gacha games. The events are set to kick off at 4 pm JST on July 23rd when players will be able to enjoy 5th Anniversary Summons alongside in-game campaigns and special event quests.</p>
What's bred in the bone will stick to the flesh.<p>Puzzlers take on all different shapes and forms, and the upcoming title Lost Maze from Lemon Jam Studios is an endearing little game that looks the right sort of challenging.</p><p>A girl called Misty lives in the Maze. One day however the maze is swallowed by a dark shadow, trapping Misty in the depths of the world. You need to help guide Misty to cross the paths, dodge traps, and collect items until she finds her way home.</p><p>Lost Maze is a clean-looking game with four chapters, 60 levels, a variety of collectible items, an adorable collection of playable characters, and simple one-touch controls.</p><p>The game is set for release in August on iOS and Android. Until then Lemon Jam Studios is going to be opening a TestFlight for Android users soon so check it out here if you're interested.</p><p>For the rest of us, there's not too long to wait until we can get our hands on this adorable game. We'll let you know the moment Lost Maze drops on the App Store and Google Play.</p>
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<p>A recent report from the BBC spells worry for the future of Samsung as their shares have dropped even further after making the call to scrap the Note7 altogether.</p><p>As you could have expected the major company may find itself in a little bit of trouble. Having lost $2 billion in the initial recall, another of BBC's articles states that it's seen more than $17 billion cut off its market value in just a couple of days.</p><p>Though the company's shares are still above the level they crashed to after the initial recall announcement, only time can tell what'll happen if/when Samsung recall the second batch of phones. However not everyone believes that Samsung should have given up so easily.</p><p>Professor ManMohan Sodhi stated, "To fight this image, Samsung has announced a permanent stop to the production of the Note 7, following a temporary stop earlier. This gives it room to redesign a brand new product. But this will only add to Samsung's woes. It will be viewed as panic in the boardroom."</p><p>As well as hearing from a few other experts the general opinion is clear. Samsung should have stuck with the Note7 and improved it rather than scrapping it entirely. Not only is it a huge nightmare for the environment, it also shows that the company panicked far too quickly, most likely releasing replacement phones before they were absolutely sure about them.</p><p>Regardless of what happens in the coming weeks, there are a couple of companies rubbing their hands as one of their major competitors goes under. Let's hope that Samsung will bounce back from this horrendous turn of events.</p>