"He was so very useful before," interjected Anne witheringly.
Till now did ne'er invite nor never woo.<p>Updated on February 8th, at 5:07: Alone or with a friend, you can now attempt to survive the mirrored stages of Narcissus, out now on the App Store.Narcissus features 50 levels of frantic dual-person platforming and can be downloaded for free, with a £1.99 / $1.99 in-app purchase to remove ads.</p><p>Narcissus is a two-player co-operative platformer, coming to iOS next week.</p><p>Narcissus is a side-scrolling platformer in which you control both figures on the screen at the same time (here's where the dual-player comes in useful). Of course, you don't have to play with two players, you can still just tackle it singularly, but it's nice to have the tag-in option.</p><p>If it looks familiar to you, our long-term Pocket Gamer fans, we actually did a preview of the game back in 2014. That was before its colours had a bit of a re-vamp, however, and the game is certainly looking rather pretty.</p><p>Give the video a watch and you can probably see where the challenge sets in if you got at it alone. It reminds me a little of Nidhogg in its style, and gives the game an effective but unburdened design.</p><p>Narcissus is slated to launch on the 9th February on iOS, with Android coming sometime thereafter.</p>
Not to be tempted, would she be immured,
"James Matthew--after the two finest gentlemen I've ever known--not even saving your presence," said Anne with a saucy glance at Gilbert.
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2. DUMB ENEMY
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