Life is Strange's first three episodes head to iOS this week

Image via Square Enix

Image via Square Enix

Dontnod Entertainment's teen angst simulator Life is odd is heading to iOS on December 14, Square Enix has announced. They will be teaming up with creators DONTNOD Entertainment.

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- An all-new Photo Mode that allows you to take pictures, modify them with filters and share them easily. Their version of the game has a few unique features packaged within it.

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The hand-painted visuals and the ability to rewind time will be treats for both new players and long-time fans. The game is being ported to Apple iOS devices. The game will also come with a special set of iMessage stickers you can decorate your messages with. It tells the story of best friends Max Caulfield and Chloe Price. Following its original release in January 2015, Life Is Strange attracted rave reviews, with many citing the character development and use of time travel mechanics as its most positive aspects. The first three episodes will be launched for the iOS on December 14. The fourth and fifth episodes will be released in 2018, though an actual release date has yet to be announced.

Life Is Strange has been released on myriad platforms both current and last gen, but it'll finally be making its way to mobile devices almost three years after its initial release. Life is unusual is now available on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, and will soon be available on iOS.

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