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Remastered Broken Sword slides onto iOS

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The sequel to the classic point-and-click adventure game Broken Sword has been remastered and is now available on both PC and iOS.

George Stobbart and Nico return in improved versions of the game, featuring refined hi-res graphics, music and animation as well as a polished hint system – ideal for those frustrating goat moments.

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To mark the occasion, GOG is offering the first two remastered titles, along with the third (and not nearly as good) BS for just $9 (£5). As a stand-alone purchase, the remastered Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror will set you back roughly £2.50, or £4.20 on iOS. ®

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