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1、<p>Frozen Synapse Prime, known as Frozen Synapse: Tactics up until early August, is headed to Vita on September 23rd.</p><p>The turn-based strategy game is a remake of the original, PC cult hit by Mode7, and is being ported to the Vita by Double Eleven.</p><p>So what's changed? Well, the graphics for one. Replacing the PC version's stylized (and very blue) minimalism are some sleek new visuals.</p><p>According to Double Eleven's design manager, Gareth Wright, the team would have liked to include the "classic theme" as a map, but were unable due to time constraints.</p><p>"If the game does well, and the fans scream out for it, it's something we could consider later," adds Wright, on the PlayStation blog.</p><p>The Frozen Synapse Prime developers have also worked hard to make the port intuitive for a handheld device, while still keeping pace with the original game's deep tactical elements.</p><p>Check out the game's launch trailer below, and make sure to look out for it on the PlayStation store September 23rd across Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Frozen Synapse Prime's soundtrack will also be on sale, individually and as part of a bundle.</p>
2、<p>War Balloon also announced that Star Command will be coming to Windows Phone in the game's next update.</p><p>This update won't be ready until after beta testing has been done, but it will add new content to the game worth looking forward to.</p><p>This includes a new combat engine that lets you decide when you get into battles. As part of this, all mini-games have been removed in free roam mode.</p><p>Nasty, dirty space pirates will be added for a bigger challenge. Dogs will also be added in this upcoming update.</p><p>Kits will be added so you improve your crew. Gravity boots and flamethrowers will be the items available first.</p><p>Lastly, Dr. Klebaticus Science Lab will be a new room that lets you reanimate the dead.</p><p>On top of that news, War Balloon has discounted Star Command to celebrate. It's just 69p / 99c on iOS and Android right now, instead of the usual price of £1.99 / $2.99.</p><p>In our review, we said: "While blasting aliens out of the sky can be fun, Star Command lacks the depth of a true space sim".</p><p>Purchase it on the App Store [buy] if you're on iOS, or on Google Play [buy] if you've chosen the side of Android.</p>僵尸来也破解版(mod) MOD APK
4、<p>Pocket Mine 2 came out on iOS last week, and on Android the week before. We thought you should know as we didn't tell you at the time.</p><p>As is obvious from its title, Pocket Mine 2 is a sequel to the 2013 arcade miner. Yes, it's still free to play, and yes, you still tap blocks to mine them.</p><p>Your goal is to get as many resources as you can as you dig deep into the core of each island. This can be sped up by triggering dangerous chain explosions at your own risk.</p><p>If you're lucky, you'll find gear with which to customize your character's look.</p><p>You can also trade artefacts with friends, build up a deck of booster cards, and compete in daily challenges just like in Spelunky.</p><p>There should be more updates coming in regularly to add more things to do and explore. So, if you're into a long-haul mining adventure, Pocket Mine 2 may be worth a look.</p><p>You can download it for free right now on the App Store and Google Play.</p>
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2、<p>Rhythm Paradise is a weird collection of music minigames created by the team behind WarioWare. It included a lot of songs that got translated in the localized version.</p><p>It started on the GBA with Rhythm Tengoku but the original game never got officially translated.</p><p>You'll be able to experience it soon though, with Rhythm Paradise Megamix, a collection of nearly all the songs and minigames contained in the GBA, DS and Wii installments of the franchise. It's coming this year to 3DS.</p><p>This is the localization of Rhythm Tengoku: The Best, which was released in Japan last year. Fans were hoping for a port so this is most welcome news.</p>O, that forced thunder from his heart did fly,
3、<p>Today Vita-users have been graced with the appearance of Laser Disco Defenders on the PlayStation Store for a limited-time price of £7.99 (or £3.99 for PS Plus members).</p><p>In a bonkers display of neon funk and sci-fi, Laser Disco Defenders is about as black and white as its title suggests. It's your job to defeat the evil Lord Monotone and stop him from using the coveted Mirror Moon to make the galaxy dance to his music.</p><p>The game is pretty crazy, from its customisable characters to its self-inflicted laser quickstep, each level is randomly generated making it one unpredictable mess – but in a good way.</p><p>As you would expect the game is accompanied by a funky 1970s soundtrack, some groovy 70s visuals, and offers up an online leader board to show everyone who's the baddest cat of them all.</p><p>The price of Laser Disco Defenders will be changing after August 3rd so get it while you can for PlayStation Vita from the PlayStation Store.</p>A FOX and a Monkey were traveling together on the same road. As they journeyed, they passed through a cemetery full of monuments. "All these monuments which you see," said the Monkey, "are in honor of my ancestors, who were in their day freedmen and citizens of great renown." The Fox replied, "You have chosen a most appropriate subject for your falsehoods, as I am sure none of your ancestors will be able to contradict you."