Rockstar Games cult classic Bully is now available on iOS and Android

12 December, 2016, 20:35 | Author: Kristi Walker

As mischievous 15-year-old Jimmy Hopkins you'll navigate the social hierarchy of the corrupt and crumbling prep school, Bullworth Academy.

The game's iOS and Android version goes by the name Bully: Anniversary Edition.

This version of the game is titled Bully: Anniversary Edition, and arrives as the game celebrates its 10th birthday.

The app costs $6.99/£4.99, which is in line with previous Rockstar games on the App Store.

Rockstar Games' "Bully" the original video game of "Bully: Anniversary Edition" that was released in 2006 was banned in some countries like in the United Kingdom, BBC reported. Not to mention the sensitive touch controls, as well as physical controller support redesigned for touch game play for gamers.

The game also allows you to challenge your friends anywhere with the new Friend Challenges competitive mode, featuring turn-based, head-to-head competitions from the various Classrooms and arcade-style challenges like Consumo. To give you an example, you can see who can dissect a frog the quickest, solve word problems in English class, or help a flying squirrel destroy his enemies with acorns.

I've yet to find a console-quality game that doesn't suffer massively from the fact that you have to use finicky touch controls to play. Dan House, who is a co-founder of Rockstar said that he believes in Bully 2, but Take-Two has filed for many Bully trademarks for the past years, according to Game Rant.

The game's full story and open world of Bullworth all makes the jump to mobiles intact, as does its extra Scholarship Edition content added in its later Wii and Xbox 360 versions.