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<p>Stranger Things 3: The Game is developer BonusXP’s second adaptation of Netflix’s hit sci-fi show. As the name might suggest, this one focuses on the show’s third season, and it forgoes the adventure-focused gameplay of its predecessor for a more action-oriented beat ‘em up experience.</p><p>You’ll spend a good deal of your time exploring the town of Hawkins, beating on plenty of demogorgons and other creatures as you go. Combat seems simple enough to work well on touchscreen devices, with basic upgrade paths for your attacks.<p>The wait is OVER! ????????Stranger Things 3: The Game is now available on iOS and Android!iOS: https://t.co/Y6DQtuF9eEAndroid: https://t.co/U2iYHTuvbT pic.twitter.com/auNH6TmcKw— Stranger Things 3: The Game (@st_thegame) 29 August 2019There are 12 playable heroes in total, all with their own special abilities to chuck around town. Some of these include jugs of green goo, an aerosol spray, and a hefty baseball bat. It also looks quite nice, with a fittingly retro aesthetic.</p><p>You might remember this one originally launched for Switch back in July, which is when we reviewed it. Dave wasn’t terribly fond of it, saying ‘it just doesn't hold up to extended play sessions. The concept and execution seems fine, but begins to drag so quickly’, before awarding it a 3/5.</p><p>The internet is marvellous mixture of life-hacks, facts, cat photos, and of course – trolling. The biggest troll of the month goes to Masimuk's iPhone 7 'hack' video on his TechRax YouTube channel.</p><p><p>Legit people complaining to me about them drilling the iPhone 7 for a headphone jack.??????— Taras Maksimuk (@TechRax) September 24, 2016 According to an article today on the Guardian however, some people are actually taking this seriously, creating thousands of pounds of irreversible damage to their precious purchases little more than a week after its release. Readers, I'd like you all to join me in a web-wide facepalm.</p><p>The prank video shows Masimuk drilling a 3.5mm hole into the bottom of his iPhone 7 seemingly revealing the 'secret jack' hidden beneath the crispy surface. He then ends the video by plugging in his headphones and playing music which clearly comes out of the speakers, not the ear pieces.</p><p>Of course, more than a week after the video's release has now filled the YouTube comments section with more trolling than we've seen since people started getting Rick Rolled. Apparently a few gullible folks have fallen for this epic hoax, flushing £600+ down the toilet. I don't think it's in Apple's T&Cs to cover drill damage.</p><p>Check out the article here to read some of the totally not funny comments about the hoax, and for the love of god when that voice tells you it's a great idea to drill into your iPhone, make a cup of tea, eat a biscuit, and remember that it will destroy your beloved and very expensive new phone in every way.</p>
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