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3、<p>YesGnome has updated its sci-fi RPG Star Trek Trexels with new Star Trek: The Next Generation content. It's also lost the asking price and is free to download right now.</p><p>Yep, that's right, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew are now waiting for you in the Starship Enterprise.</p><p>You can embark on new missions, meet new guest stars, and customise the starship to your liking.</p><p>There's plenty more in this update, too: </p>Redesigned combat scenarios allow you to strategically target enemies and heal alliesYou can meet Quark once reaching level 3 and strike a profitable dealThe Holodeck now lets you reply missions and storiesA new Gallery in the ship allows you to share images with friends, and collect exclusive images from the TV seriesFriends can be enlisted for your fleet so it's easier to earn daily rewardsThe doors on the starship now make the iconic "swoosh" sound<p>All of this is available to those who have already purchasedStar Trek Trexels for free.</p><p>If you haven't got the game already, the £1.99 / $2.99 price tag has been removed for now. Best to download it as soon as possible, then.</p><p>We're not sure if this is a permanent price drop and it will become a full free to play game or not. It doesn't seem likely but it has happened to other games.</p>
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1、<p>Slitherine has decided to spoil strategy game fans with a new campaign for the Bronze Award-winning Warhammer 40k: Armageddon.</p><p>It's called "Ork Hunters" and takes place after the Second War of Armageddon and adds new feral Ork units to defeat.</p><p>Turns out that the defeated Orks left behind their spores in the Equitorial Jungle, you see. You have to command a veteran unit in a campaign to cleanse the planet once and for all.</p><p>At your behest are the Ork Hunters and other members of the Steel Legion. And Inquisitor Horst has also offered his support. But, hmm, not all is well.</p><p>"The devastation wrought by the Second War is a breeding ground for corruption and could lead to something even more dangerous than the feral Orks," teases the campaign's description.</p><p>With no Space Marines and no reinforcements this new campaign is designed to test veterans of the game.</p><p>If you want at it, the Ork Hunters campaign is available as a £3.99 / $4.99 in-app purchase. You can grab Warhammer 40k: Armageddon on the App Store if you haven't already.</p>
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3、<p>David Braben's huge space adventure Elite: Dangerous doesn't come out until December 16th on PC, but it's got a companion app on iOS already.</p><p>It's about on par with most companion apps if the description is anything to go by.</p><p>"Access Starport Services, track your Pilot status and keep up to date with the latest Galnet news," it reads.</p><p>To translate, accessing Starport Services means you can buy and sell items at the traders, as well as change modules on your spaceship.</p><p>Galnet is simply the community-focused part of Elite: Dangerous where the latest news about the game is released.</p><p>You can download the Elite: Dangerous companion app for free on the App Store.</p><p>Let's hope that this isn't the be-all and end-all of Elite: Dangerous's visit to mobile gaming, as Braben once mentioned bringing a version of the game to mobile.</p>