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2、Updated on June 15th, at 3:42: Foursaken's next game Adventure Company is now available worldwide on iPad and iPhone.<p>Colorful visuals, a plethora of classes, an arsenal of weapons, and much more can be enjoyed for free on the App Store.</p><p>Foursaken's continuing to push more games. After War Tortoise, they're now focusing on Adventure Company, a cute looking action RPG that's party based.</p><p>Essentially this means that you're controlling a group of characters and sometimes up to ten of them. You'll, of course, level them up and mix and match different classes.</p>PARKour Fun

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4、<p>As you surely know by now, Microsoft is set to acquire Minecraft developer Mojang for $2.5 billion.</p><p>Microsoft said last week when the news was announced that Minecraft - Pocket Edition and the upcoming Vita version wouldn't be affected by its acquisition.</p><p>What was left out, however, was the possibility of Minecraft coming to Windows Phone.</p><p>That all changed last Friday. Xbox chief Phil Spencer said "Yes" when asked if he would promise that Minecraft was coming to Windows Phone.</p><p>So, now we know that it's coming to Windows Phone, the only question left is when?</p><p>Microsoft is set to complete the Mojang deal by the end of the year, so it's likely to be around then, or just after.</p><p>If you want to get blindly excited, though, Microsoft France's marketing manager Omer Waysman teased a big title coming to Windows Phone this week.</p><p>Maybe it's Minecraft? Probably not. We'll see...</p>�

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2、<p>Wings of Osiris: Genesis is a newly released flight combat game available now over on Google Play. According to the store description, it sees you assuming the role of a character called David, a former air force commander. He&rsquo;s thrust back into action when a rogue AI called &lsquo;Judgement&rsquo; decides to have a crack at taking over the world.</p><p>There&rsquo;s not a whole lot of footage out there at the moment, though what I&rsquo;ve seen looks fairly typical of the genre. You&rsquo;ll duck, dive, and roll your way through a series of on-rails encounters against futuristic enemy ships and drones. There are special powers to utilise in the heat of battle, including homing missiles, straight missiles, and speed boosts. You can also expect boss fights aplenty and &lsquo;easy to learn&rsquo; touch controls.</p><p>It boasts 7 distinct ship types to select from, each of which can be upgraded as you progress. In the trailer below, we get to see some of the 7 locations you&rsquo;ll visit on your adventure. These include a desert area, a city, and some snowy mountains. Beyond the main campaign, there&rsquo;s also a survival mode to try out.</p><p>Thrir is a card game with a slight twist. It's based around both players having all the information possible by being able to see each other's hands constantly. On top of that, instead of playing your cards, you'll be picking your opponent's moves.&nbsp;</p><p>It sounds a little odd but that's also what makes it a tad more interesting than your average new card game. The interactions between cards are automatic, so once you've played them they will take care of the rest. This puts more focus on deck building and the order you play your opponent's cards in is much more important than anything else.</p><p>Solo developer J.L was inspired to create Thrir after becoming frustrated at the ever-changing meta in titles like Hearthstone. That's something I empathise with, having just returned from a Hearthstone hiatus myself. To avoid this happening to their own game J.L says that Thrir will rely on simple keywords and avoid adding new ones that would restructure the way the whole meta works.</p>

3、<p>If you're a fan of classic 90s survival horror games then there's a high chance that you've already sat down with LifeAfter and given the phenomenal action-horror game a good play. However, if you're not, or if you've not heard of it, then now is definitely time to get involved as Death High serves as a fantastic mid-game addition to ease early players into the late game.</p><p>Death High has players attempt to scale a humungous, 160-floor tower, juggling their radiation level as they take on missions ranging from repairing damaged generators, defeating special infected and rescuing trapped survivors. Successfully clearing floors can earn you power points - which influence where you restart the tower from the next day - as well as rescuer badges which can be used in a store within the building. That said, you'll need to be at least level 20 in crafting, gathering and combat in order to get into the tower, although I'm advised that doesn't require much zombie pelting at all.</p><p>If you're even slightly curious about the update then the decider might well be through getting a quick glimpse of the gameplay through the below, Pocket Gamer LaunchPad exclusive trailer.&nbsp;</p>�

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