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    <p>Could we see time-travelling episodic adventure game Life is Strange coming to mobile? It's certainly not off the cards.</p><p>During Paris Game Week, the CEO of Life is Strange studio DONTNOD, Oskar Guilbert, was interviewed by French TV channel Tech&Co.</p><p>During this interview Guilbert is asked about a potential mobile and tablet version of Life is Strange.</p><p>According to DarkZero, Guilbert "responds positively, but gave no details on if and when such a port would be released."</p><p>Unfortunately, the interview is in French, so we can't give a direct translation of his response. But a mobile version of Life is Strange could certainly work.</p><p>If you don't know, it follows a photography student called Maxine Caulfield who discovers that she is able to rewind time.</p><p>This enables her to change events in the past to see how they affect the future.</p><p>Similar to Telltale's adventure games, the focus of Life is Strange is the characters and the multiple paths the narrative can take.</p><p>It's already available on PC and consoles and the last episode recently came out. Perhaps DONTNOD will be working on a mobile version next.</p>

    <p>Lemme HUP! is an arcade title from indie developer Ken Torii that's available now for both iOS and Android. The game has been inspired by Mario Party's Hot Rope Jump mini-game and promises to provide a good amount of challenge despite its adorable exterior.</p><p>It's a very simple game in concept then. Initially, all you have to do is tap at the right time to jump over the various obstacles that are constantly orbiting around the dinosaur-like character Gyubo. Each level will require you to make a set amount of leaps to move onto the next.</p><p>However, as soon as Gyubo gets hit once you'll be sent right back to the start of the level and the stages are in a constant state of change to ensure you don't get into a rhythm and mindlessly tap your way to the end.</p><p>For instance, on the first level, you'll have to leap over a whisp type creature that initially starts off blue. However, as you progress further it will change colour, speed and the pattern that it rotates around Gybuo, meaning that you'll need to adjust to ensure you do not get hit.</p><p>It won't just get incrementally faster either, the game may throw a slow ball your way when you least expect it to be deliberate jarring. Beyond that, Lemme Hup! also attempts to distract you using various visual tricks. For example, flowers will pop out of the ground or signs will waggle in the wind in an attempt to throw you off.</p>A LOVER'S COMPLAINTIt matters little if those who are inferior to us in merit should be like us in outside appearances.

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    OFF-PITCH DRAMAHandle volatile players and get their minds back in the game by monitoring their concerns, outbursts, and quirks. Keep the board off your back, navigate the hostile waters of the sporting press, and make sure the fans keep believing… while keeping a careful eye on the club’s finances!heresysoft.com&#;A PEACOCK spreading its gorgeous tail mocked a Crane that passed by, ridiculing the ashen hue of its plumage and saying, "I am robed, like a king, in gold and purple and all the colors of the rainbow; while you have not a bit of color on your wings." "True," replied the Crane; "but I soar to the heights of heaven and lift up my voice to the stars, while you walk below, like a cock, among the birds of the dunghill."

    &#;�<p>Sometimes the most surprising things to come out of E3 aren't the new announcements, but the games that seem to get skipped altogether. That's certainly the case with Nintendo's newest Yoshi game for the Switch, which got no attention this year – not even a title.</p><p>At E3 last year, Nintendo had an extensive demo of the game to show off, which you can see below. It takes us through a charming, cardboard-diorama world full of bright colors and a highly interactable environment that begs to be toyed with, knocked over, and explored.</p>

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    &#;<p>Hearthstone's new expansion, The Boomsday Project, is out on August 7th. We've already got a preview up about it that you should read, but if you're lucky, you might just be able to play the expansion a few days early.</p>�

    <p>In its annual report for 2015, Square Enix revealed that it plans on leveraging the popularity of smartphones to revitalise its older games.</p><p>"[W]e will take an IP developed for earlier generations of game consoles and recreate it for the latest consoles, while also proactively developing versions for play on smart devices," reads the report.</p><p>Going forward, it also plans on developing new franchises and cultivate them across all gaming platforms, including smartphones.</p><p>This rapid adoption of smartphones from the developer isn't a surprise. Earlier this year, Square Enix said that it would shift focus in favour of mobile games after seeing huge profits from its existing ones.</p><p>This latest report shows that it has proven a wise move as mobile games continue to do well for the company.</p><p>In particular, the report notes that Schoolgirl Strikers, Final Fantasy Record Keeper, and Million Arthur are doing well in Japan.</p><p>Square Enix also highlighted Mobius Final Fantasy as another big success and says that it's due to "its quality vastly exceed[ing] that of conventional smartphone games."</p><p>As a result, Square Enix is looking to provide more high-quality games such as that to conquer the market.</p><p>In other words, Square Enix has found that mobile gamers want to play more than the usual casual game. And it plans on capitalizing on that.</p><p>Hopefully, then, we'll see more RPGs from Square Enix in the future, both old and new.</p>&#;A NUMBER of Flies were attracted to a jar of honey which had been overturned in a housekeeper's room, and placing their feet in it, ate greedily. Their feet, however, became so smeared with the honey that they could not use their wings, nor release themselves, and were suffocated. Just as they were expiring, they exclaimed, "O foolish creatures that we are, for the sake of a little pleasure we have destroyed ourselves."

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