1、<p>Zynga has introduced the Halloween Extravaganza, which features new eerie events across several of its most popular games.</p><p>Among the lineup for the Halloween Extravaganza’s offerings, Zynga is presenting lots of new characters, activities and sweet treats awaiting players to help them get into the Halloween spirit.</p><p>Merge Dragons is holding a celebration event where players collect Halloween candy, find spooky pumpkins and see the Skeleton Dragon to scare them silly. To reassure you, Zynga has said the dragons are friendly as always and won’t play tricks on you, not even during the spooky times. Download Merge Dragons from the App Store or Google Play.</p><p>Next up, Empires & Puzzles gets spooky with an updated Halloween quest, Return to Morlovia. This quest features themed enemies, spooky jack o’ lanterns and special rewards for completion, including a brand new avatar. Furthermore, players have a chance to meet four new heroes that grant exclusive powers, with the possibility of earning a variety of treasures each day you log in, including gems and items. Download Empires & Puzzles from the App Store or Google Play.</p>
2、latestmodsapk.com<p>Arty dodge-racer Proun+ for iOS and 3DS finally has a trailer for us to watch. It also reveals that the game will be available this autumn, which means it should be here in the next month or so.</p><p>We first caught word of Proun coming to iOS and 3DS a year ago. Nothing has been heard since. So this trailer came as quite a pleasant surprise.</p><p>What the trailer shows us is that the game looks about as good on the smaller screen as it did on PC. That's to be expected considering it's art style is inspired by modern art, and therefore deliberately stripped back and reserved.</p>
3、<p>Halloween is coming up and developer Pine Entertainment (creator of Century City) is getting in the mood with a new horror game called Aya.</p><p>It has you playing as the titular young woman as she ventures through the dark crypt-like mazes of Satan. That's what happens when you mess with the big red dude, I guess.</p><p>There are 13 levels in total, all full with haunting demons to dodge, and the only proper source of light being Aya's lantern.</p><p>As with any horror game, sound plays a big part in Aya, as you'll need to listen out for those demons as they near. Once you hear something unsettling get the hell out of there.</p><p>If you're up for a scare then you can purchase Aya for £1.49 / $1.99 on the App Store right now.</p><p>Developer Panda Arcade's long-in-development 3v3 brawler, Pico Tanks, has now soft-launched for iOS and Android in New Zealand, Australia, and the Philippines. The twist here is that all combatants are sat snuggly inside dinky, colourful tanks. News of the launch was first brought to my attention by a member of our very own App Army.</p><p>Multiplayer matches here are said to be fast-paced and intense, demanding that you work successfully alongside your team to repel enemy attacks and claim victory. Two of the modes currently on offer include Hold the Flag and Fetch the Cargo. The former sees you seeking then holding onto a flag for as long as possible, while the latter sees everyone rushing to steal their opponents' precious cargo and return it to their home base.</p><p>A big part of the experience is customising your tank to make it unique to you. There is an impressive assortment of weapons types to pick from, including snipers, explosives, and even a "Spud Launcher" – a weapon that shoots only the freshest of potatoes.</p>
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1、<p>Match-3 puzzler Funko Pop! Blitz has had a new event collaboration this week in the form of the classic TV series Battlestar Galactica. The update is available now on iOS and Android.</p><p>Between now and 10th February, you can log onto Funko Pop! Blitz and begin collecting characters from the acclaimed television series. Event Pops such as Captain Apollo, Lt. Starbuck, Commander Adama and a Cylon are up for grabs, and collecting every character from the event will reward you with a golden Cylon Commander Pop.</p><p>Battlestar Galactica is a sci-fi franchise that began as a television series that ran between 1978-79. It was cancelled after one season but was revived in 2003 as a miniseries and subsequent weekly TV show. The version that appears in Funko Pop! Blitz appears to be based on the original series.</p><p>As a bonus, Funko Pop! Blitz is also running a special February 2021 Collection event throughout the month. If you collect all Legendary Event Exclusive Pops from each weekly event, you will be able to earn a special reward at the end.</p><p>If you’re unaware, Funko Pop! Blitz is the match-3 puzzle game that features weekly events rotating in and out based on various franchises. So far, the game has included iconic characters from media such as How To Train Your Dragon, Back to the Future, Parks and Recreation, The Office, and The Breakfast Club, as well as a few of its own original creations.</p><p>If you want to check out this content for yourself, you can download Funko Pop! Blitz from the iOS App Store and Google Play for Android. It’s a free to play title containing adverts and in-app purchases.</p><p>If you enjoy match-3 puzzlers and want to discover more to play on iOS, be sure to check out our list naming ten of our favourites.</p><p>Germany-based Robot Cake is set to launch their delicious little game Ruins Ahead next week on iOS and Android.</p><p>Using similar mechanics to Lemon Jam's upcoming title Lost Maze, Ruins Ahead is a cleanly designed and fluid casual action game. You need to make your way through endless ruins, collecting artefacts, coins, and dodging vicious traps.</p><p>The game will also test you three-dimensional thinking, however, as you rotate the ruin and carve out a path for yourself before the floor collapses behind you.</p><p>The minimal design very much works in Ruins Ahead's favour. With over 50 characters to collect, from a wizard, to the devil, to Mr. T, the game certainly doesn't lack in terms of charm.</p><p>Coming on the 17th August to the App Store and Google Play, we'll let you know the moment the game officially drops.</p>
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