Unlike the Wii U version, which will have even newer content, the iOS build will only contain the levels and features we've previously seen. That means you'll get all 60 levels -- the standard 40 plus the 20 Grannie stages -- but at a very reasonable price of $0.99. Unfortunately, there's neither stereoscopic 3D nor the PC version's depth-of-field effect, but those are minor tradeoffs.
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