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"What caused the trouble in our choir?" asked Gilbert, who was suffering from suppressed laughter.<p>For some reason it feels like it's been ages since ROME: Total War/Barbarian Invasion came out on the iPad. But, we've got two lots of updates today to keep you busy.</p>ROME: Total War has been updated to version 1.7.3 while Barbarian Invasion is now at 1.7.2. The update patch notes are as follows:The option to select a larger unit size to that recommended for their device. Doing so may reduce performance, but players can prioritise unit size if they wish. For example, if the device recommends a unit size of 40 troops per unit, it can be bumped up a notch to 80 troops per unit. This option is found in the iOS Settings app.The option to run 3D battles at half-speed, giving players more time to refine their tactics.The option to play the game in Russian.Optimisation for the new 2017 iPad (5th Generation).Further improvements to stability.<p>It may not be an absolutely huge change, but it gives you a few more options to tailor the game how you like it. Just don't go overboard, no one likes a painfully slow device, especially not in the midst of battle.</p><p>Grab ROME: Total War for £9.99/$9.99 or Barbarian Invasion for £4.99/$4.99 on the App Store.</p>
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<p>Early mobile games built up a reputation for being great, easy-to-learn experiences that you could play in short bursts. As they gradually became more complex over the years, some of this enjoyable simplicity was lost. Now, however, developers are working to find ways to make mammoth RPGs and demanding multiplayer games suit the platform – and many are doing a wonderful job of it.</p><p>On the flip side, we've seen a giant rise in hypercasual games. These generally offer very straightforward gameplay hooks designed to keep you coming back for maybe a minute or two at a time. They can be good fun, but a great many mobile gamers also crave more core experiences, like battle royale games or MOBAs.</p>
<p>If you've not yet had a go with Layton's Mystery Journey because it's been a touch too pricey, Level-5's just come up with the best solution: a starter kit on iOS.</p><p>