<p>After its announcement earlier this year, George Orwell’s Animal Farm will be coming to mobile platforms on 10th December, just over 75 years after the original novel’s publication.</p><p>It’s a narrative, choice-based adventure game where you’re at the centre of an allegorical revolution. You must choose which of the animals’ wishes to follow, who is ignored or sidelined, and influence critical events which will define the fate of the farm. Using cunning strategies, you’ll have to balance resources, defend the farm, and keep the animal population happy.</p><p>Much like the novel which it’s based on, Animal Farm is heavily inspired by the political atmosphere of the contemporary day. Imre Jele, the project’s founder has said: “I have long wanted to explore how, through video gaming, we could design an experience which immerses the player in Orwell’s vision. As the project has come to fruition in 2020 it has felt increasingly vital to bring Orwell’s study of inequity, power and control to a new audience. As I watch world events unfold - Brexit, Trump, Putin, Orban, Erdogan - and see numerous leaders use tactics from the populist, nationalist playbook: it sometimes feels like Animal Farm is not fiction, but reality.”</p><p>The game will be narrated by Abubakar Salim, best known for playing Bayek in Assassin’s Creed Origins, and his performance is directed by Kate Saxon, who’s previous credits include Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Alien: Isolation, and several Witcher games. The two also collaborated on last year’s The Bradwell Conspiracy.</p><p>Mobile store pages are not currently up for George Orwell’s Animal Farm, but you can keep up with the game’s development ahead of its 10th December release by checking out the official website or going to the Steam page.</p>Also be sure to check out our list of the top six games that hit iOS and Android in October.Boom Dots Mod Boom Dots v1.3.1 mod Features:Unlock all themes and remove the ads.Boom Dots is a single-tap reaction game that will keep you hooked for hours!Tap to make your dot dash forward, and hit the moving dots. Boom!Keep going up!The game features 200 missions for you to complete, and 20 unlockable themes.
Cried, 'O false blood, thou register of lies,brewbakersrestaurant.com<p>There are so many great games to look forward to over the next year, and one to look out for is Oco, a minimal puzzler with a lot of character.</p><p>Spectrum48 is still a little ways from completing Oco but the game on the whole is very neat. A simplistic aesthetic hides the complexity of the game at current and what's planned for the next few months of development. Its one-touch mechanics means that the game is accessible to a wide audience and is super easy to play - the levels on the other hand are pleasantly challenging.</p><p>The levels are played in an orbital fashion, switching the direction of your auto-moving cube depending on what wall you hit as you move around. There are also five different colours outside of the levels' dark grey/black bones, each of which help your cube do different things, from teleporting to floating, and there's more to come.</p><p>That's not all the colours are good for, however, as each colour will hopefully represent a different sound. This aimed introduction of real-time music means that you can create your own medley to accompany you throughout the level, but that still needs a good testing before we could see any of that in play.</p><p>So far there are 100-120 levels on the cards for the game, but with the addition of a community editor there's a lot left to play around with once the full game is complete. Oco is slated as free-to-play with the option to purchase an IAP to remove ads and potentially buys audio packs, etc. It's all still being thought through.</p><p>We can't wait to see more of this puzzler and you should definitely be keeping your eyes peeled too.</p>
The Swan and the Goose<p>Gumi Inc. has released Sega's line-defence RPG Chain Chronicle in the UK, US, Canada, and Australia on iOS and Android today.</p><p>It was originally released in Japan and hasn't been available anywhere else since, until now. It will be coming to more countries soon.</p><p>Chain Chronicle has you in control of five units trying to defend a base behind them against a wave of Black Army enemies. The base represents their home continent of Yggdra.</p><p>Most of the action takes place on a 3x3 grid but you can move your units outside of it if you wish.</p>The gameplay of the Family farm Adventure Mod Apk offers many side activities along with the farming so users can switch their moods and explore many possibilities in the gameplay. Here, you have to integrate yourself into various works like participation in social activities, building a better society and lifestyle, arranging for the necessary resources, creating houses, exploring hidden mysteries on the island, and fending off the challenges that appear in many natural or human forms. Raise animals of various categories like goats, sheep, hens, cows, buffaloes, and more for business and personal usage.
<p>Time is limited. Apps are plentiful.</p><p>How can you make sense of the ever-increasing number of new games in the App Store? Well, by reading Pocket Gamer, of course. But we can't possibly cover everything, and there are some games that just don't fit in our wheelhouse.</p><p>Thankfully, our friends over at 148Apps are here to save the day. Take a look at some of the casual games that have caught the attention of the 148Apps team…</p><p>TwistedRunBy SplitCell</p><p>"TwistedRun is kind of like running up a giant curly fry into the sky. Or maybe that was just a dream I had last night. It's hard to tell sometimes. No, wait. I was wrong. This is an endless runner." (Rob Thomas)</p><p>HipstaFoxBy Fluffy Wiggle</p><p>"HipstaFox is a great single that makes players long for the whole album." (Jordan Minor)</p><p>Little World EscapeBy Geeky Gnome Games</p><p>"Little World Escape draws players in with captivating concepts before pushing them away with antagonizing execution." (Jordan Minor)</p><p>Light In The DarkBy Dreamgate Studios</p><p>"Light in the Dark is an interesting and challenging puzzle game with some amusing bits of background humor thrown in to boot." (Nadia Oxford)</p><p>Nippy CatsBy Hojo Studio</p><p>"Keep the catnip away in the shallow but cute Nippy Cats." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Let It RainbowBy Thales Toniolo</p><p>"A little too simple for extended sessions, Let It Rainbow is still a cute little runner game, focused on following the colors." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>KuninBy Dodreams</p><p>"Kunin is a nervous test of ninja reflexes." (Jordan Minor)</p><p>Feeding TimeBy Incubator Games</p><p>"What can you do when surrounded by hungry critter mouths searching for their favorite treat? Line them up some filling meals and let them know it's Feeding Time!" (Rob Thomas)</p><p>All this, plus Rob Rich teaches how to completely wipe an iPhone before trading up, and Jordan Minor previews Overkill 3. Click on over to 148Apps now for app news, reviews, interviews, and more.</p>What rounds, what bounds, what course, what stop he makes!"
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