<p>Knockback Works has announced they will be releasing a new tower defense game called Cartoon Duel for iOS and Android tomorrow in Japan. The game will be a reboot of the Cartoon Defense series of games that have been downloaded over 5 million times.</p><p>The game sees two kingdoms at war called the 'One-Eyed' and 'two-Eyed' Kingdoms respectively, which are of course named after the number of peepers its populace has. What did this war start over? Love, of course, A one-eyed prince has dared to fall for a princess from the opposing kingdom and that's apparently not allowed.</p>
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"Knew what a woman feels about it," she concluded lamely.<p>Besides classics like Doom and Marathaon, you won't find many old-school arcade first-person shooters on mobile, especially ones made from the ground up for touch. Xibalba is an exception to that, and its pixel-y, retro action is currently available for free.</p><p>Xibalba drops you in the enemy-filled Mayan Underworld, where danger lurks around every corner. With catacombs, jungles, and other claustrophobic levels, a variety of hazards and foes await.</p><p>The game features three weapons, six enemy types, 6 levels, and wealth of traps to evade and power-ups to collect.</p><p>You can download Xibalba on iPad and iPhone.</p>Which late her noble suit in court did shun,
<p>In a world always looking for the next big thing, it doesn't hurt to look back now and again.</p><p>Which is why, when considering which title to add to our growing line of Pocket Gamer Guides, we decided to focus on games that perhaps appeared a little while back but which are still going strong.</p><p>And thus The Official Pocket Gamer Guide to Cut the Rope: Time Travel was created.</p><p>Produced in close collaboration with ZeptoLab, this is a companion app that offers the essential lowdown on all of CTR: Time Travel‘s vital bits – including video walkthroughs, comprehensive play mechanics, and tips, of course.</p><p>But it's also a guide that celebrates the joyous Cut the Rope experience by showcasing the passion of CTR series’ fans, getting behind-the-scenes access to the game’s concept art, and offering plenty of fun for Om Nom lovers in an exclusive ‘Play Zone’ section.</p><p>So despite arriving a little later than usual to the party, the CTR: Time Travel guide is not alone. It finds itself a new member of our Clash of Clans, BADLAND, The Room, Galaxy on Fire 2, Star Command, Bubble Witch Saga, Doodle Jump, Ridiculous Fishing, Tiny Troopers 2, and Boom Beach guide family.</p><p>Which is pretty sweet. The Official Pocket Gamer Guide to Cut the Rope: Time Travel is available now on iPhone and iPad for a very digestible 99c / 69p.</p><p>Bandai Namco just love to keep up on the edge of our seats and they seem to love surprises. Rather than bringing us flowers and chocolates, however, Bandai's dropped the news that they'll be releasing God Eater Online for smartphones.</p><p>On top of being a pretty popular anime series, God Eater is a sci-fi action/adventure games released on PlayStation (including PSP and Vita), and Microsoft. It's quite similar to the Monster Hunter franchise in that you're thrown into a battle between humanity and a race of monsters in a post-apocalyptic world.</p><p>Given the following the console/PC series has already, this news is going to be a 50/50 split. Judging by the photos provided on the NeoGAF forum, the screen's UI is a going to be a little like a late-afternoon bus – busy – so how they intend to make it accessible to the average smartphone gamer, I have no idea. You may find that it's one better suited to the iPad.</p><p>As always, we'll update you when more information comes available.</p>The Traveler and Fortune
"Oh, yes, here I am, Mrs. Doctor, dear," said Susan, entering unexpectedly from the kitchen, "and puffing like a hen drawing rails at that! It's quite a walk from the Glen down here."
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