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<p>Five years ago Retora Game Studios released a game called Merchant, an idle RPG where players take on the role of a shopkeeper. It proved to be incredibly popular, racking up over 1 million downloads on Google Play. Now Retora is working on a sequel called Merchant Heroes that's available in Early Access for Android now.</p><p>The first change players of the original are immediately going to notice is the change in art direction. Merchant used a pixel art style whilst Merchant Heroes has gone for a kind of noir comic book look that's become fairly popular in gaming since Darkest Dungeon was released. The game plays out in landscape whilst the original made use of a portrait orientation.</p><p>This time around you can be a lot more involved in the heroes adventures to gather materials too, which play out in 3v3 turn-based battles. Aside from standard attacks, each hero will have a selection of abilities at their disposal too, adding a whole new layer of strategy to the game beyond simply waiting to find out if a heroes quest was successful or not.</p><p>The maps for quests are procedurally generated and are presented in that Slay the Spire manner where you can choose which path to take through the area.</p><p>Beyond that, the core conceit of the game is still the same. You'll take on the role of a shopkeeper and hire heroes and crafter to gather materials and then craft them into new gear respectively. You can use the different items you loot to give weapons additional effects which make them both more valuable and useful in combat.</p><p>From there it'll be a matter of micromanaging your economy, balancing making money from selling items with providing your heroes with new gear so they can find more valuable materials.</p><p>Merchant Heroes is available now on Google Play where it's currently in Early Access. It's a free-to-play game.</p>Looking for a new RPG? Here are 25 of the best available on Android"There's no brook in the garden."
Water Cave Mod Water Cave Mod v1 (Mod Money) Features:Mod MoneyNew hit game is here!Each level is a challenging physics-based puzzle with amazing mechanics. Dig through sand to guide water through impressive scenes! Complete lots of challenging missions to unlock new skins.What is your best score?<p>Don't Starve: Newhome is a multiplayer spinoff to Klei's creepy survival sim that's being developed specifically for iOS and Android. While Klei won't be involved, the team has left this one in the very capable hands of Tencent and Shengqu Games.</p><p>Newhome aims to build upon the original's excellent foundations, shifting the focus to social and multiplayer elements while retaining what made Don't Starve so good in the first place. It’s designed for shorter play sessions and introduces persistent homes, new enemies, crafting options, and more.</p>
<p>Rovio has soft-launched Angry Birds Under Pigstruction on the Canadian App Store.</p><p>It's yet another "slingshot strategy" game in the series but it comes with a few additions to the formula.</p><p>In Under Pigstruction, you pick which bird you'd like to fling rather than being given them in a specific order. They each have special powers and are effective against certain materials.</p><p>There are also spells that you can use, with the first one having the level rain with rubber ducks. There are also blizzards, chilis, and many more.</p><p>However, the biggest addition is that some levels are multi-stage. This alludes to the games "Under Pigstruction" title as the piggies will build the levels to defend themselves.</p><p>There are also boss fights that have you using the environment to deplete the boss's health bar. There's a Foreman Pig, Chef Pig, King Pig, and many more.</p><p>The current version of Under Pigstruction has 270 levels. There's also an Arena to unlock where you can compete in tournaments against other players.</p><p>You can download Angry Birds Under Pigstruction for free on the Canadian App Store right now. It should be released globally later this year.</p><p>Feral Interactive does just love causing a stir, and with sudden announcement of the code-named iOS game 'Lionheart' mobile gamers are certainly speculating this morning.</p><p>Yesterday Feral Interactive Tweeted out a nonchalant 'Ah just ignore it, it's probably broken' *wink-wink*-type message, and we know one thing from it: there's a new Feral game coming really soon.</p><p>What we can't get our heads around is what exactly is coming. In the comments of the post, gamers have been speculating everything from the slightly more ambitious Tomb Raider or Wolfenstein to ROME: Total War - Alexander or Medieval 2.</p><p>With a clue like 'Lionheart' it's also possible Feral could be playing off British history. As the books tell us, Richard I was king of England from 1189 and was revered as a great military hero/leader, therefore dubbed Richard the Lionheart. I'd wager that that's a pretty likely way for them to go.Well, unless the radar is broken we should find out about the game pretty darn soon. Until then, what do you guys think it'll be? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
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<p>Google has revealed that it is reviewing all Android apps submitted to its Play store before they're published. In fact, it's been doing it for several months already.</p><p>A combination of automated tools and a panel of experts are being used to approve Android apps before they go live. The apps are reviewed based on Google's developer policies.</p><p>The reason this hasn't been widely reported before is due to there being no noticeable difference with the new app review process being introduced.</p><p>Unlike Apple's review process for its own App Store, there's hardly any delay between an app being submitted and it going live on Google Play.</p><p>There certainly hasn't been enough of a change that developers have complained about it. They probably haven't even noticed it.</p><p>To go along with this new reviewing process, Google says that it has become more transparent so developers know what terms their app violates upon rejection.</p><p>"Developers now have more insight into why apps are rejected or suspended, and they can easily fix and resubmit their apps for minor policy violations," Google wrote in a blog post.</p><p>Google has also introduced a new age-based rating system for all Android apps.</p><p>Developers can now fill out a questionnaire to help classify their app's content for different countries.</p><p>For now, any app without a rating is listed as "Unrated," and may become unavailable in certain countries. But, come May, any app without an age-rating will not be published on Google Play.</p>The Verge
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