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Bully: Anniversary Edition

Bully: Anniversary Edition
Bully: Anniversary Edition

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  • Requirements:

    Android

  • Latest Version:

    1.0.0.18

  • Updated Time:

    December 5, 2018

  • File Size:

    11M

  • Developer:

    War Drum Studios

  • Requirements:

    IOS

  • Latest Version:

    1.1

  • Updated Time:

    Feb 21, 2019

  • File Size:

    2.4 GB

  • Developer:

    War Drum Studios

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DESCRIPTION

Find new ways to pass your lessons with this video game from Rockstar. Within Bully, you’ll always discover better methods to earn a perfect score.

This article will focus on those new elements that make the Anniversary Edition more interesting.

Anniversary Edition New Features

There are new changes when you see a “classic” game appearing in a different environment (for example, within a mobile). Overall, the developers want to refresh a new playthrough to their fans with new ways to explore the game. Additionally, the team tends to make new gameplay mechanics with “modern” characteristics.

This part of the article will share those particular elements that make the Anniversary Edition somewhat unique.

● More Bullies: Some of the new goods that you’ll find in this version are extra missions,  classroom mini-games, characters, and unlockable items. If you already played the old version of Bully, you’ll get new surprises when you go for another playthrough. In contrast, you’ll have more ways to enjoy the video game if you’re beginning the journey with this franchise.

● Friend Challenges: Within the Anniversary Edition, you’ll get activities that you can share with some friends. Additionally, it doesn’t matter if your friend(s) have a device from another company (Android or Apple); you can challenge them anyways. In this Bully version, you complete an activity, earn a score, and wait for your friend to play. After they finish the action, you’ll get a notification saying that it is now your turn. Furthermore, you’ll see New Achievements tied to this new feature.

● Adition of the Social Club: When you run the video game for the first time, you’ll get a notification for this feature. You’ll receive new improvements whenever you make a new account or log in to an old one. First, you’ll see the Achievements when navigating to the options screen. In other words,  you’ll get tons of new challenges to complete a full playthrough. Another great feature is making those automatic saves, “Cross-saves,” and sending them to the cloud. Also, with Social Club activated, you’ll get them again if you change the device (no matter if it is Android or iPhone). You can also save your best Scores in the cloud and let you see the top numbers from the community. Last but not least, within the Social Club, you’ll get the chance to use the Friend Challenges in the game.

● Mobile Controls: Unlike the Console or PC version, you do not need additional controllers to play a mobile video game. As a result, you’ll see improved ways to play Bully on your device, making things easier. If by any chance, you do not like the positioning of the prompts on your screen, you can Map the buttons until you see them fit. Additionally, you can swap everything to make things less complicated for your dominating hand.

Now that you have a clear idea about the new features that you’ll find in this version, you can quickly try it out. Nowadays, the game is compatible with any mobile device on the market.

How to play

If you’re a gamer with no experience with any game from Rockstar, this is the article for you. When you finish reading, you’ll have a clear idea of what to do if you get “stuck.”

Become the Top Bully Cope with the Bullies: When you move around the map, you’ll see the competition hanging around. If you didn’t get the opportunity to avoid them, you’d have two options. First, you can start a fight and show them who the boss is. Indeed, if you follow this path, you might lose health and increase the “Trouble Meter.” Secondly, there’s an option to give them money and avoid further distress. When you follow this option, you’ll have fewer in-game resources in the future. Above all, you should fight when you have total health or are near a saving point.  

 Follow The Star: To move forward in the game’s main story, you need to follow the Star icon on your mini-map. If the next objective is not in your actual location, it will tell you what door or access you need to pass through. After a while, you’ll reach your goal and see how the story unfolds.

 Trouble Meter: When you make a lot of mess, you’ll see the “Trouble Meter” go up. If you remain in the exact location, you’ll see multiple NPCs (Non-Playable Characters) that will try to knock you down. It is recommendable that you escape the scene and move away from their field of vision. One of the common strategies when you have some of that Trouble Meter is to hide within any Bin.

 Manage Your Health: Since you don’t know what you can find as you move along, it is recommendable to have as much health as possible. You might want to buy Soda for any machine you see on campus to keep that meter high.

 Learn the Activities: You probably have no idea what buttons you’ll need to use or the mini-game rules. But, after a second or a third try, you’ll soon get it. Therefore, it doesn’t matter if you get lousy score points; soon, you will figure it out. The key is to try again and again.

 Complete the Side-Missions: You’ll suddenly see more icons on your map when moving forward in the main story. Overall, you have the “wheels,” and you can avoid anything that you might find annoying. But, at the same time, these activities can give you rewards and make it easier in the last missions.

 Check the Map: You might find yourself lost in the campus when you start the first playthrough. As a result, you can always see the entire map and check where you need to go. Moreover, you can find side-missions or extra activities as you explore the area.

Now that you have a clear idea of the obstacles you might find, the rest is easy. Keep practicing, and you’ll soon move through the most challenging parts of Bully Anniversary Edition.

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