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<p>RogueJack, acclaimed developer Ponywolf's latest title, is an inventive roguelike that smartly blends tactical blackjack-inspired battles with hours of dungeon crawling goodness. It looks like a lot of old school dungeoning fun, and it's making its way to iOS and Android on February 14th.</p><p>Much like last year's excellent Void Tyrant, RogueJack's battle system adopts familiar elements of the card game blackjack. While things may start out simple enough, it builds upon its basic premise in a number of interesting ways.</p>
<p>King's League II originally released back when Apple Arcade first appeared on the scene back in September last year. Now Malasyian indie game studio Kurechii has released the game's first major update since launch and it's called Evensong.</p><p>This huge update will introduce a brand new story campaign to the strategy RPG. This will follow the journey of Sella the Aegle Bard that deals with truth and trust. Along the way, you can expect to learn more about Kurestal and see a different perspective to the titular King's League. Of course, you'll meet some new characters too.</p>“The challenge lies in how to perfectly integrate people, hairstyle, makeup, clothes, decoration, main story, background story, social and match three experience. If you are not careful, it will become a hodgepodge of four different things that casual players will not accept.”These are the remarks given by the game’s creator, Charlie Gu, who described why playing this game is a must. Moreover, he talked about all the dynamics involved in playing it, which are not always up to date with the needs and wants of the typical player.
For she was sought by spirits of richest coat,Story of Huazhen(demo)
"It was because you looked so happy. Oh, you'll agree with me now that I AM a hateful beast--to hate another woman just because she was happy,--and when her happiness didn't take anything from me! That was why I never went to see you. I knew quite well I ought to go--even our simple Four Winds customs demanded that. But I couldn't. I used to watch you from my window--I could see you and your husband strolling about your garden in the evening--or you running down the poplar lane to meet him. And it hurt me. And yet in another way I wanted to go over. I felt that, if I were not so miserable, I could have liked you and found in you what I've never had in my life--an intimate, REAL friend of my own age. And then you remember that night at the shore? You were afraid I would think you crazy. You must have thought _I_ was."
<p>Big battlefields are the theme on this week's show.</p><p>James and Em investigate newly-launched Switch exclusive Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, then jump over to iOS to try steampunk war shooter Noblemen: 1896.</p><p>Plus: all the info on the upcoming Apple conference, and an interview with the creator of Top Gear: Road Trip.</p>Download episode 409:MP3 (right click to save-as, left click to play)iTunes
<p>If you're looking for an eye-catching visual style for your next game, aboriginal Australian rock art might not be a bad bet.</p><p>It's certainly working for Spanish developer Alquimiaware, whose upcoming game Shaman Beat stuck out from the rest at GameLab in Barcelona this week. Though (and don't tell the team I told you), the original inspiration was a certain Katy Perry music video.</p><p>The game's all about belting out tunes on two big buttons on the left and right of the screen. Though, when you press them, your little shaman hero pelts either side of his head - wincing with each beat.</p><p>You might have to repeat the song of a big door guardian to gain entry, or play the drums to activate springs in the level which bounce a ball into a goal.</p><p>Eventually, you'll learn new songs that, when played, unleash magic spirits and create changes in the world.</p><p>One - four Bum notes in a nice even tempo - makes flowers bloom, which can help you distract bees or make a big piranha plant chomp down on an enemy. As you build up an archive of magic tunes, you'll have to use them carefully to overcome obstacles.</p><p>It's certainly one to watch. And it's heartening to know that while the developers are big fans of Patapon, they decided to make something completely different rather than a clone for mobile.</p><p>Shaman Beat should come to both iOS and Android. Alquimiaware says it would love to do a Vita version, also.</p>