I could not quote scripture in my late teens, but I could tell you how many gold pieces a 25 foot length of rope cost. The 2nd Edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons sourcebooks were the religious texts of my teenage years, and today they've returned in truly epic form.
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Six months after being submitted for approval, IUGO Mobile Entertainment's A.D.D. - a package of mini-games ranging from silly to straight-up tasteless, finally has been cleared for sale on Apple's iTunes App Store.
IUGO Mobile Entertainment's A.D.D. has a lite version up on the iTunes store, but its full premium version has loitered in review purgatory for nearly three months. As a result, the dev has decided to pull out its free version.