1、<p>Cyber Drive is an upcoming cyber-punk themed runner for iOS devices that is set to release on 10th March. You play as a driver who's apparently always late to arrive at their destination so they decide to take a dangerous shortcut through traffic.</p><p>However, this is the future, so that means your car will be of the flying variety and the city is of the futuristic ilk where cars fly around in different layers and altitudes. In Cyber Drive you'll be diving down through those layers to get to your destination. </p><p>It could be described as an endless diver instead of runner, then. The game plays out from a pseudo-top-down perspective and you'll have to avoid other traffic as well as railways and parts of buildings that jut outward during your descent. There will be plenty of levels to complete when Cyber Drive launches, though there will also be an endless mode for those who enjoy seeing how far they can go in these types of games.</p><p>There will also be coins to collect as you make your way through each level. These can be spent to purchase different vehicles. Whether or not this will be purely for cosmetic purpose of will have some effect on gameplay, we're not too sure yet.</p><p>It certainly looks the part based on the screenshots we've seen so far. The cyber-punk aesthetic is obviously in vogue at the moment but I'm still not bored of seeing it just yet. On top of that, the idea of diving through the various layers of flying traffic does sound like a lot of fun, mostly because of how reckless that would undoubtedly be.</p><p>Cyber Drive is available to pre-order now on the App Store ahead of its release on 10th March. It will be a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Fancy some endless running action? Here are 25 of the best you'll find on iOS
2、"Such beautiful ears, doctor, dear," interjected Susan with a relish.Tap knife VIP (Mod)<p>Epic Games, the creators of Fortnite, and Bad Robot Games have seemingly revived their long-in-development mobile game collaboration. This one's called Spyjinx, and it seems to boast Fortnite's signature cartoonish style.</p><p>Only thing is that this is a totally new experience, with a focus on the art of espionage and becoming the perfect secret agent.</p><p>You'll have a secret hideout to build up and customise. This focus on building is once again quite similar to Epic's megahit shooter, though the difference here is that you're building a high-tech spy sanctuary, not rickety stairs and bits of cover.</p><p>This is fitting seeing as part of a secret agent's job is to try and lay low and be stealthy. If you've played a game like HITMAN, then you know the importance of having some obscurity (albeit Agent 47 is a hitman and not necessarily a spy).</p><p>Not only can you do this, but it looks like there will also be character creation and progression. I have no doubt we can expect unlockable cosmetics galore. </p><p>No word on if you can create a character, but it could be possible. It's also possible that you'll be able to choose from different characters and customise them, but this is just a wild guess.</p><p>Aside from building, multiplayer seems to play a huge role in the game. It'll offer a mix of action and strategy gameplay, as mentioned here on the game's official website. Although multiplayer is a big part of the juice here, it sounds like there will be a single-player experience, too.</p><p>There's currently no word on when we can expect Spyjinx to launch, but we do know that there will be an iOS beta coming to those in Malaysia and Australia.</p>Love multiplayer action? Then check out the top 25 multiplayer games for iPhone and iPad
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1、Shadow of Death 2 continues the story of Maximus – a warrior with a clean memory. He wanders into the darkness, fighting the demons to bring the lights back to Aurora – a land he once lived and to save the one he once loved. And now, warriors, are you ready to join Maximus in the next chapter of Aurora? Challenge the enemies, and show them what you’ve got!
3、<p>Oh hello there, how you doing? Welcome to our weekly round up of some of the games that have hit the App Store this week.</p>We always try and cover the biggest games of the week, but that means some things are going to slip under our radar.<p>But we intend to correct that by giving you a weekly best of the rest, ensuring you know exactly what's worth your cash and precious memory space.</p><p>If you spot anything that you think deserves mentioning, then let us know in the comments.</p>Cobe The Gallery<p>This is a colour-switching puzzler. You're given an image made up of various blocks, and you have to swipe the screen to turn them all the same hue.</p><p>You've got a limited amount of swipes to do it in though, and figuring out which blocks to change when is all the batte.</p><p>It's reasonably good looking, quite a challenge, but it's not the most original idea out there. On the plus side, it's not a gem matching puzzler, but you probably won't find yourself spending too much time with it.</p><p>6/10</p>Shards of Magic<p>Another in the long line of auto-playing RPGs available on the App Store. Build a party, smash some monsters in the face, make googly eyes at the pretty graphics.</p><p>There's not much here in the way of depth, with the only control you have other the battle involving where your characters stand and when you unleash your most powerful attacks.</p><p>It's basically like watching Final Fantasy summons on repeat. It's very free to play as well, but if that's the sort of thing that floats your boat it's shiny and pretty engaging.</p><p>7/10</p>Enemy Strike 2<p>A clunky gallery shooter that feels pretty underdone. You stand behind a wall and blast a variety of sci-fi creatures with some pretty uninteresting weaponry.</p><p>It doesn't look that great, the shooting isn't all that satisfying, and while there are a couple of interesting ideas within the level structure, it's all painfully generic.</p><p>If you want to shoot things in the face and you don't want to spend any money doing it, there are plenty of more interesting shooters on the App Store.</p><p>4/10</p>Eternal Arena<p>A midcore hacky slashy dungeon crawler that's basically about mashing the screen. Kill stuff, grab loot, upgrade your characters. It's a familiar loop and it's well presented.</p><p>There's not much beyond that core slashy murdering though, but it's reasonably solid, and being able to switch between different characters keeps things interesting.</p><p>It's free to play, and while it's a far cry from the likes of Diablo, there's at least enough meat on its bones to mean you might smash things up for a while.</p><p>6/10</p>Word²<p>A word puzzler that's part word-search, part letter-based sudoku. It's slightly confusing at first, but once it clicks it's a decent amount of fun.</p><p>It does get a bit repetitive though, and while there's some charm to it, often you'll finish a level by chance rather than skill.</p><p>Once you get to the four letter word grids, things get even more complex, and while there's a decent hint system the level of difficulty does take the sheen off things.</p><p>6/10</p>