Bully was one of the best games of the PS2 era, and it’s now available for Android


Rockstar Games is celebrating the 10th anniversary of their hit game Bully by readapting it for mobile. It’s called Bully: Anniversary Edition, and if you’re not sure what you’re in for then hear me out.

This game is, simply put, amazing. You play as Jimmy Hopkins, a troublesome 15-year-old sent to a boarding school called Bullworth Academy. The new school is challenging for Jimmy where he suddenly becomes a small fish in a big pond of people just like him, and maybe even worse.


The story has potential to hit many folks hard, because these are the same experiences we’ve all witnessed, whether personally or as a spectator. Everyone’s school had “that kid” and everyone had to deal with them in some fashion.


Throughout the game, you’ll experience a charming world that has you balancing your day-to-day school responsibilities (yes, you actually have to go to class and do homework, both of which involve mini-games or exploration to complete) with “extracurricular” mischief in your off time.


Adding to the charm are changing seasons, too, so Christmas and Halloween parties definitely do go down. At $6.99, if you have yet to experience Bully then this is the perfect chance to do so. It’s sitting over at the Google Play Store if you’re game.

Download Bully at Google Play

Quentyn Kennemer
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