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The First Big Free to Play iOS Game Comes Full Circle: ngmoco's 'Eliminate' Shutting Down on 5/25

2009 was a weird time for the App Store. Free to play games were building steam on other platforms, but the way Apple originally structured the in app purchase mechanic prevented it from being used on anything but paid games and apps. This policy was reversed in mid-October, and only a few hours later ngmoco [...]
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