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The Week in iOS Apps: That Dragon, Cancer

A game that will make you cry An iOS game takes players on a four-year journey into the heart of illness. That Dragon, Cancer This might be the only game we’ve seen that makes us want to cry, just by reading the premise. That Dragon, Cancer ($5) is a game—yes—that takes you on Joel Green’s four-year fight against the disease. The makers say, “Using a mix of first-person and third-person perspective, and simple point-and-click interaction, we invite the player to slow down, look around, and immerse themselves in this deeply personal memoir.
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