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<p>Everplay Interactive has soft-launched its free to play online puzzle-RPG Adventure Age on the Canadian App Store.</p><p>It has nasty orcs, big swords, and plucky heroes - generic fantasy, sure, but its pixel art gives it an endearing look.</p><p>It starts off with you creating your own Champion to lead what will become your ever-growing army into battle. They'll be upgraded with new armour, items, and weapons as you progress.</p><p>You then move into enemy territory across a hex-based grid, partaking in a war between kingdoms.</p><p>The battles are at the core of the game, and are played out as fast-paced tile-matching puzzles. You don't just beat your enemies up, mind, as you can also catch them.</p><p>Enemies that you capture can then be trained up to join your squad, ready for the next battle. You'll need as many warriors as you can get to win the war.</p>Gotta beat 'em all<p>Being an online game, Adventure Age lets you team up with other players to take on the hordes of minions, if you wish.</p><p>You can also enroll in the PvP Arena to test your mettle against other online players.</p><p>You can also join the Houses of Stoik, Dracus, or Faye. If your House is winning in the Arena then you get access to the "Super Dungeon" for those big enemies and loot.</p><p>You earn gems in the game that are used to unlock chests and more powerful units. As this is a free to play game, gems are offered as optional IAPs, too.</p><p>If you have a Canadian App Store account you can download Adventure Age for free right now. Otherwise, you'll have to wait until it's released globally.</p>
<p>Knives Out (not the Rian Johnson film or the Radiohead song) has made a surprise appearance on the Japanese Switch eShop. It's another free-to-play battle royale game, a remnant of a time before PUBG Mobile. News of the release first appeared over on Nintendo Life.</p><p>By the looks of things, the Switch version is a fairly standard port of the iOS and Android originals, fit with microtransactions and some really rather muddy visuals. Regardless of the existence of other, more popular mobile battle royales, folks still seem to be playing and enjoying Knives Out. Perhaps it's doing something neat and different? The tweet below, which also features several lovely screenshots, suggests the game is a lot more vehicle-focused than Fortnite. Kinda interesting, I guess.<p>So that strange Japanese free-to-play title is basically fortnite on #NintendoSwitch However you use lots different vehicles than latter. pic.twitter.com/A5eNugiPTp— Leigh Wynne (@leighwynne33) October 31, 2019Most of your time will be spent scouring the map for loot and improved gear, all while carefully taking on rival players in (maybe?) intense combat. Oh, and it comes to us from gaming giant NetEase, developers of just about everything that wasn’t made by Tencent. It reminds me of that other one, Rules of Survival. </p><p>I certainly like some of the costumes on offer, and the game seems a tad sillier than the more straight-faced PUBG, so maybe it's worth a punt on Switch after all? It's free, as I say, which is a very fair price. It also makes sense to bring some PUBG clones over to Switch if Tencent is in no hurry to offer its megahit on Nintendo's platform.</p>
<p>Today we see Masquerade: The Faceless finally coming to mobile at last as it launches on iOS and Android.</p><p>The 3D action/RPG, Masquerade: The Faceless, has a clean art-style and uses side-scrolling battle mechanics, but with a bit of a twist. Masquerade: The Faceless also incorporates aerial and multiple ground combos against enemies as well as employing the use of special abilities.</p><p>With three classes to choose from (Reaper, Phaedra, or Lambast), epic Boss Raid encounters, and a Mask Collection system that offers your character a change of appearance and a boost on their defensive or offensive abilities, there's plenty to be experienced.</p><p>Pick up your copy of the game now on iTunes or Google Play for free.</p>欧洲卡车漂移模拟器破解版(mod) MOD APK
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THE NORTH WIND and the Sun disputed as to which was the most powerful, and agreed that he should be declared the victor who could first strip a wayfaring man of his clothes. The North Wind first tried his power and blew with all his might, but the keener his blasts, the closer the Traveler wrapped his cloak around him, until at last, resigning all hope of victory, the Wind called upon the Sun to see what he could do. The Sun suddenly shone out with all his warmth. The Traveler no sooner felt his genial rays than he took off one garment after another, and at last, fairly overcome with heat, undressed and bathed in a stream that lay in his path.
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<p>There's been a few rumours circulating these past couple of weeks, from the change of Nintendo NX's name to the most recent reports of the hybrid's console's announcement. Well, real or not, it's definitely something worth talking about.</p><p>Unlike the supposed 'leak' of the Nintendo Duo, the announcement date is long overdue. But Nintendo is as Nintendo does and they love to be frustratingly mysterious, neither confirming nor denying the rumours that have surfaced since the device was teased. I guess we'll have to wait and see if anything comes of it.</p><p>According to an article by the Express yesterday we could be looking at an announcement date as soon as this Friday the 21st October. With the supposed release date still rumoured as March 2017 Nintendo had best get a wriggle on and put us all out of our misery.</p>