A 14-year-old boy has solved a Rubik’s cube in under five seconds, beating the previous world record time by 0.35 seconds.
To deal with the sickly sweet elephant in the room: no, Candy Crush Saga isn’t included. Not for reasons of snobbery, but rather because surely anyone with an interest in playing puzzle games on their phone will know about it by now.
Taking players to a stunning animated world, Ori sets the task of guiding its eponymous hero – a diminutive sprite – to help save the mystical forest he calls home.
Grip Games’ robotic adventure puzzler jumps from PC to Sony consoles will a bundle of additions.
"Edutainment": a word that makes a generation shudder, haunted by memories of shoddy classroom software trying to "gamify" learning.
"Remember your first colour bomb?" says the voice on the ad.
A game based on a film based on a series of games based on successful cinematic twists to a much-loved toy.