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In early 2012, Wretch 32 led a national TV and advertising campaign with Adidas for the London 2012 Olympics. Wretch recorded a song alongside friend and producer Wizzy Wow that was used for the Adidas #takethestage campaign and TV advert. He featured as the main face of the TV advert and was also one of the key faces of the billboard and poster campaign across the country. On 1 July 2012, Wretch 32 won 'Best International Artist' at the BET Awards. Over the course of July he also partnered with Coca-Cola and completed a tour along the south coast of Britain, following the Olympic Torch Relay in the buildup to London 2012 and playing sets in the evening celebrations. He played a stripped version of his arena tour setlist, cutting out "Forgiveness", "Hush Little Baby", "Blur" and "Don't Be Afraid". A freestyle rap was filmed in Dorset to celebrate the event, taking a tour of the area with some parkour experts. On 15 August 2012, Wretch released his mixtape Wretchercise. It features collaborations with several artists including Chip, Scorcher, Loick Essien, Krept, Konan and Kano.
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On 18 December 2015, he released a joint mixtape with a young emerging North London artist; Avelino. The mixtape, Young Fire, Old Flame, has been labelled an industry success. The duo's Fire In The Booth freestyle on BBC Radio 1Xtra was credited by host Charlie Sloth as being the best the show had ever had.
With over 1,000 floating platforms and three whole exclamation marks, 1000 Stages: Adventure!!! is a 2D walking simulator that looks more like an Atari 2600 game than one of Steam's most expensive titles. It will set players back $149.99, although the developer has expressed a willingness to provide free keys for those whose monthly income is below $800.
By some accounts, Arcade Drift can actually be a lot of fun, and its stylized visuals are pretty much on par with a lot of modern mobile games. The issue here is that most modern mobile games are given away for free, not priced at a ludicrous $199.99. Just to add extra salt to the wound, the game is currently still in early access, meaning that those who do stump up the cash are paying for an unfinished title.
The developer's second title, COVID-19 Epidemic Prevention, has no user reviews either and also lacks English language support. It does, however, feature a flying blue cat that serves as an interactive guide of sorts. Like Safety Education, the visuals are incredibly basic and while the information provided may be useful, it can probably all be found elsewhere online completely free of charge.
Given its exorbitant price tag, it should come as little surprise that only four people have reviewed Ascent Free-Roaming VR Experience. Three of the reviews simply read "Not bad.", while the fourth is in Russian and loosely translates to "Liked." Reviews elsewhere suggest that the game isn't all it's cracked up to be though, with The VR Shop giving it a rating of just 5 out of 100.