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FAU-G Review: Repetitive, Unfinished, Lacklustre for Now

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FAU-G Review: Repetitive, Unfinished, Lacklustre for Now

After months of delays, FAU-G has finally launched on Android. On Republic Day, January 26, the game went live and has already amassed over a million downloads. FAU-G was developed by Bangalore-based nCore Games, a studio sponsored by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who was also involved in the development and came up with the name. With all this being said, how is the game really going? On Android, we downloaded FAU-G, and here’s what we were thinking about it.

In FAU-G, there is not a tonne of content. For now, it features only a single-player campaign and has you played as Lt. Singh after Chinese opponents ambush his regiment in the Galwan Valley. The gameplay is very linear, with fist battles that don’t really change much with groups of opponents. In the game, there are melee weapons dropped by enemies and you can pick up two at a time. And this is all about the variety you would predict from FAU-G. There are only two buttons involved in the brawler mechanics,’ strike’ and ‘block’ and you rarely use the latter. You can have bonfires along the way where you can restore fitness, which is not feasible in other places.

General Specifications of FAU-G (Video Game):

NameFAU-G
DevelopernCore Games
Launch Date26 Aug 2026
PriceFree
Version1.0.0
Download Size460 MB

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OUR VERDICT    

Pros:

  • Original IP
  • Simple controls
  • Unique Indian setting

Cons:

  • Visually unappealing
  • Lacks content
  • Repetitive

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Skype for Android Updated With Background Blur, Improved Custom Reactions Picker

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Skype for Android Updated With Background Blur, Improved Custom Reactions Picker

Skype will carry out a new update for all devices which will allow you to blur background on Skype for Android users during video calls. For iOS and tablet devices, the background blur feature is now available, and Android users are finally upgrading Skype 8.68. The upgrade further upgrades the customised reaction picker and solves a range of other problems for desktop devices, Mac and iOS.

The Skype team reported in their release notes on the Microsoft forums that Skype 8.68 is being introduced on all users. Internet, Android, iPhone and iPad, Windows. Windows. The release reports confirm that the context blur functionality for Android is being blurred nearly two years after its first roll-out to desktop users in February 2019. According to a post of 9to5Mac, iOS users were granted the feature last July, and Android users are the last to get it. Microsoft has revised its history support page to provide Skype support for Android.

Microsoft says Skype wants their devices for Android users to run smoothly on Android 6.0 and higher. As the name means, the background bubble mechanism distracts the region behind a user so that users can reveal their background during video calls. Click the three dots more menu in a call and trigger the Blur My Background function to use this feature in Skype for Android.

Skype has also updated the Share extension in the new Update 8.68 for iPhone and iPad users, embracing the dark theme and increasing overall performance. This upgrade also enhances the custom reaction recorder so that more reactions on Skype can conveniently be viewed. The Skype update for iOS also contains patched bugfixes such as MacOS X virtual cameras that do not function and voice messages that lack sound for some users. Emoji picker output concerns have also been overcome and compatibility updates have also been added in compliance with the release notes.

The Skype Team says that the latest functionality will slowly be introduced in the next few days.

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