Do you want to play a fun GTA-like game minus shooting people and stealing cars? Then you’re in luck. Rockstar recently announced that Bully, the critically acclaimed PC games which allow the player to beat up students to steal their lunch money legally can now be played on Android and iOS devices.
For those of you who don’t know what Bully is about, here’s a quick recap to get you up to date. Released on the 17th of October for PlayStation consoles and on the 21st of October 2008 for PCs, Bully is a third-person action-adventure game which allows the player to take control of the school’s bully
Featuring the same in-game mechanics as Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto series, the game is something of a time machine, letting users relive their high school years. However, this time it’s from the bully’s perspective.
So, if you’ve ever been bullied during high school, this game’s the perfect opportunity to return the favor. As the high school’s bully, you must do everything in your power to earn respect and, of course, the title of the greatest school bully.
To achieve these goals, you will need to perform various context-based actions. For example, in order to earn points and money, you will have to intimidate students, beat them, prank them, and fight with other bullies.
But bear in mind that the environment is not without dangers. So, apart from encountering a bigger, tougher, and meaner bully that can beat you up, there are also the teachers patrolling the corridors, who would like nothing better than to catch you in the act and send you straight to detention.
Now, whenever you’re performing an action, you must always be aware of your environment. Just like in stealth-based games, teachers have a line of sight and an awareness meter. Whenever they see you committing something illegal like beating up a student, they’ll try to catch you.
As for the other stuff, you can do in the game; we’ll let you discover on your own. As we’ve said, the game can now be downloaded from Google Play’s Store and from Apple’s iStore. The game is called Bully: Anniversary Edition, and comes along with a price tag of $6.
It was remastered as to accommodate phones with high resolutions, and physical controllers. Have fun, guys!
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