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塔防鸡破解版(mod)MOD (Unlimited Money) v1.7.8

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4、�Clumsy Ninja is a living virtual friend who thinks and acts with real intelligence – and is very clumsy! Each time you play you will experience unique moments with your ninja and his companions!

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1、�<p>Tropico is coming to iPad in the future - we knew that much. What we didn't know was how exactly it's going to be monetised. Until now, that is.</p><p>Developer Feral Interactive tweeted earlier that the game will cost $11.99/£11.99/€12.99. That's a one-time purchase - no IAPs in sight here.</p><p>El Presidente has named his price: this autumn, buy Tropico for iPad from the App Store for $11.99/£11.99/€12.99.That's one simple payment and no in-app purchases. Buy once, rule forever! pic.twitter.com/QYrcrRUZmJ— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) September 7, 2018 <p>That could be considered a bit pricey, especially for a mobile game. But Tropico is packed to the gills with strategic, city-building action, so it's probably worth every penny.</p><p>We've already seen some footage of the game come from Gamescom, and it is looking like a beauty. The controls have been built from the ground up for mobile, and the whole thing looks smooth as you like. We wouldn't expect any less from Feral, of course.</p><p>There's still no firm release date - just an "autumn 2018" window. But now we know that Tropico on iPad is getting to set you back $11.99/£11.99, and there won't be any extra purchases on top of that.</p>

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