<p>Construction lovers and sim fans, you'll be pleased to know that Concrete Jungle is now available for you to buy on iOS and Android.</p><p>Originally released on Steam, Concrete Jungle is a city sim that cranks the volume up a few notches. Rather than micro-managing your buildings as you would in games such as Fallout Shelter, you need to forget the general rules and enjoy the strategy/puzzler-style of this successor to ColePowered's previous hit, MegaCity.</p><p>You have a deck of cards which can be used to place buildings, each one affecting its surroundings in different ways. The goal is to clear city blocks by gather the necessary points from your residents, giving you more room to build. As you grow and refine your deck, you may find yourself cursing your previous decisions as zoning get slightly trickier. Why, oh why, did you just have to build that odd-shaped building right in the centre?</p><p>With 200 cards available, eight playable characters, local multiplayer modes (for up to four players), and a gorgeous aesthetic, Concrete Jungle looks like it's a must-own for puzzle/strategy lovers.</p><p>Grab the game here on the App Store, or on Google Play, for £3.99/$4.99.</p><p>*The trailer below is actually from the PC version, but you get the idea*</p>
The Two FrogsUpdate on February 24th at 11:02: is now out on the App Store and Google's Play Store for £2.99.<p>If you're curious about the rules of the game or what the board game is about, check out the original news and trailer below.</p><p>Uwe Rosenberg’s Patchwork is a popular boardgame with a peculiar and unique theme: you have to make the best and most aesthetic patchwork.</p>
kanpo.cc<p>With Apple's annual quiet period only a couple of days away, it wasn't the best time for a fake Cuphead app to arrive on iOS and throw the media into a frenzy. As announced yesterday, however, Apple's just cutting out the middle man and refunding those who were scammed by this event without question.</p><p>On Monday earlier this week, Cuphead allegedly landed on iOS and, oo, it was a perfect scheme. Usually we catch these things before they take off, but the person who uploaded the fake app even went so far as to create a website and posted under the name of the actual developer.</p><p>Everything looked legit until you dug right under the surface, and this led everyone to ask how something like this had snuck through Apple's review process.</p><p>In light of the situation, however, Apple pulled the app within the hour and as of now are refunding those who bought it automatically. It's hard to say whether this is a permanent rule to be addeed or a quick 'please the people' fix before the App Store shuts, but it'll be interesting to see.</p><p>Source: Touch Arcade.</p><p>Another Humble Mobile Bundle has rolled around and ho' boy is it a good one. Titled 'Great Adventures', Android gamers have a truly brilliant selection of games to get their hands on.</p><p>But, that's enough of my waffling. Let's take a look at what's on offer.</p>For $1 or more for:Kathy Rain Grim Fandango Remastered Machinarium
<p>Today's game of the day selection is an action RPG designed from the ground up for mobile devices. If you've never given the genre a go on your phone because you were worried about the controls not being up to scratch, then Dizzy Knight and its slick design is going to put some those worries to bed.</p><p>We've included download links so you can grab the game from the store of your choosing without any fuss. Have you played the game already? Love it? Think we should have chosen something else? Well let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the article and we can get some discussion going.</p><p>Oh, and make sure you check out our game of the day hub, where you'll find all of the games we've already given this prestigious award to.Dizzy Knight</p><p>The game sees you controlling the titular spinning warrior - you're viewing the action from above, much like in the older Zelda games. This time round though, the hero is constantly whirling, and using their outstretched sword to attack anything. Enemies can get past your blade though, so you need to make sure you're hitting them from the right angle.</p>Click here to find out what yesterday's game of the day was<p>There are boss fights too, and they challenge you to use the skills you've learned smashing up the smaller enemies. There are potions to find too, which let you unleash massive attacks, or beef up your health if you've taken a beating.</p>
<p>Director Junichi Masuda has been with the Pokemon series since the beginning when Pokemon Red and Green launched over 20 years ago. After the launch of Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee!, however, Masuda will likely be moving on to other adventures away from the beloved Pokemon universe.</p><p>In an interview published on Pokemon’s official website, Masuda commented on the Pokemon series’ future, as well as his own. Masuda, it seems, is hoping to open up space for younger creatives to influence the series. He says:</p><p>“It's important to have the younger generation at Game Freak take over the development of Pokémon as a series. I do believe this will probably be, in terms of the main Pokémon RPGs, the last time that I work as the director.”</p><p><p>Lead Designer Kensaku Nabana (left) and Director Junichi Masuda (right)Masuda started off as the series’ composer before moving into wider-reaching director positions for Pokemon titles beyond Red and Green. Masuda served as director for the development of Pokemon X and Y, which are often credited with bringing the Pokemon series into the current generation with its 3D models and significant gameplay changes.</p><p>With Pokemon: Let’s Go!, Masuda is also hoping to pave the way for future changes to the series. The goal is to maintain the spirit of Pokemon Yellow while adapting the experience for the modern day.</p><p>“This time around, we're defining what the modern living-room Pokémon RPG experience might be when you play on a home console on a big-screen TV,” Masuda explains. “We're starting from very different places, and as a result, I think you'll see the direction is quite different.</p><p>Check out our thoughts on how Pokemon: Let’s Go! Is shaping up in our preview of the game. Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! launch on November 16 on Nintendo Switch.</p>
Talking Tom Jetski 2, MOD APK gameplay mode refers to how the game is played. Usually, when watching this game from the outside, our eye-catching color is one of the capabilities that users have set unlimited. People from all walks of life, from the youngest to the oldest, enjoy playing this game. You will need to should handle the flying boat system beautifully. We must use that application according to our needs. At first, there will be a lot of colorful cats. They will all compete with their friends. That place would be so beautiful to see. We have to continue the competition in the beautiful coconut trees next to it and the lush green grasses and watery sea. When the match starts, all the friends have to come and stand at that place together. After that, the match will start. There are restrictions on many categories for the start of the tournament. If you want to know what those controls look like, you have to wave the flag first, which will be much lighter in color. Only after shaking it should the competitors move over the competition. Now in our real life, there would be no such system. Only in imaginary life will there be such appearances and applications.
The Olive-Tree and the Fig-TreeSaw how deceits were gilded in his smiling;EVERY MAN, according to an ancient legend, is born into the world with two bags suspended from his neck all bag in front full of his neighbors' faults, and a large bag behind filled with his own faults. Hence it is that men are quick to see the faults of others, and yet are often blind to their own failings.
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