Straight out of the futuristic powerhouse that is Folkestone comes 50 50, a pick-up-and-play gem in which you cut things in half.
That’s it. All of it. But it’s become a top-charting game in the UK, New Zealand, Italy and more.
Our biggest gripe with it is how tedious the intrusive ads get, so cough up the 79p to bin them off, then bathe in the uninterrupted, chin-dribbling simplicity of it all.
The skinny-jeaned corpse of 2007 indie is risen and dragging its battered Converse to a venue near you