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<p>You've probably heard the news by now and, lord knows, I've been dying to scream it from Pocket Gamer's metaphorical rooftops. Stardew Valley is headed to mobile... let's just let that sink in.</p><p>As is typical for the nature of Chucklefish's announcements, you've only got to wait until October 24th before grabbing it on the App Store for £7.99/$7.99. An Android version is also in the works, so there'll be more news on that at a later date.</p>
A HORSE, proud of his fine trappings, met an Ass on the highway. The Ass, being heavily laden, moved slowly out of the way. "Hardly," said the Horse, "can I resist kicking you with my heels." The Ass held his peace, and made only a silent appeal to the justice of the gods. Not long afterwards the Horse, having become broken-winded, was sent by his owner to the farm. The Ass, seeing him drawing a dungcart, thus derided him: "Where, O boaster, are now all thy gay trappings, thou who are thyself reduced to the condition you so lately treated with contempt?'
Kept hearts in liveries, but mine own was free,Conclusion<p>Gravity Brawl is an upcoming multiplayer shooter that's heading for iOS and Android later this year. It's been developed by Yellow Tie Games who you might be familiar with from their other title Blastarama which released earlier this year.</p><p>Gravity Brawl is a 2D multiplayer shooter that plays out in a zero-gravity environment, a central mechanic within the game. Since there's no gravity around whenever you shoot you'll move around the stage, so firing doubles as a form of traversal. That means you'll need to consider where you'll end up alongside where you're aiming.</p>
Open a small shopTo leave the batt'ry that you make 'gainst mine,Upon her head a platted hive of straw,
<p>The folks who brought us Super Cat Tales and Yokai Dungeon are back with another game that also looks incredibly cute. Their latest effort is called Mineblast, a platformer focused on destruction, that'll be available for iOS and Android in January next year.</p><p>Mineblast will see the return of Kuro who previously appeared in Super Cat Tales, though will also be other characters from the game available to play as too. This time around he's ready to do some mining, sensibly sporting a safety hat and back pocket chock full of dynamite. The aim of the game is to blast your way through the mines destroying various crates in the hope of discovering gems.</p><p>It'll also be heavily physics-based too, meaning that you'll be able to use wooden structures as bridges by destroying its foundations in such a way it will cover a gap you can't otherwise jump across. You might also have to use it to safely cross areas with hazards, destroying the ground in such a way that you can sneak through the traps safely.</p>
<p>Helmi Games has revealed its retro film noir mystery Bouncer Story previously exclusive to mobile will launch on PC in November.</p><p>The game has you playing as a bouncer for shady clubs and bars so he can pay off his large gambling debt to the mafia who control the city. Partially a management game, you start from the ground up and control who enters the bar, and by making wise decisions to boost the mood of the place, you’ll earn better tips and be able to pay off your debt quicker.</p><p>In Bouncer Story’s city of sin, everyone has a price, and so it’s also useful to keep an ear out for any information that you may be able to use later. Improve your skills, work different bars and familiarise yourself with the city.</p>