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1、<p>Reky is a puzzle game that's been created by the Greek developer beyondthosehills. You may be familiar with their previous game The Minims. Reky will be available on 10th October on iOS for £3.99/$3.99</p><p>It's a lovely looking puzzle game that makes use of a minimalist art style where the levels themselves are predominately black, white and grey with only a touch of colour. The backgrounds always seem to be a one-block colour with pink, yellow and blue on display in the trailer.</p><p>It's a very striking looking game that's sure to grab most people's attention even though it's not entirely clear what's going on by a quick glance. I also really like the visual style of the levels themselves. The developer says they're based on technical drawings and I can definitely see that.</p>'"My parts had pow'r to charm a sacred nun,
2、<p>Rebel Twins is going to roll out a large update for its planet-defending 2D action-runner Aliens Drive Me Crazy on July 30th.</p><p>With this, the game will lose its premium price point on iOS and will become a free to play game going into the future. It's already free to play on Android.</p><p>The trailer below details and illustrates what this new update adds in terms of content.</p><p>In short: new powerful weapons and vehicles, new localisations and achievements, new "terrifying mega bosses," other new enemies and obstacles, and some bug fixes.</p><p>"Our past content updates have focused on making the game more fun and providing a variety of content for players," Rebel Twins told us.</p><p>"It is now a much bigger game than it was when it launched a year ago."</p>Apex Legends Mobile"I seem to recall seeing the expression in the newspaper reports of weddings," said Leslie, smiling.
3、<p>New Zealand-based studio Little Lost Fox revealed on Twitter earlier that their stunning mellow puzzler, Valleys Between, will be launching on mobile later this year and it's really something special. <p>Announcing Valleys Between - a game about creating life and balance in a forgotten world.Shape the land at your fingertips, discover relationships within nature and develop communities. Create a thriving, beautiful world and watch it grow.Coming to mobile mid-2018! pic.twitter.com/lcwOV4R4pJ— Valleys Between (@ValleysBetween) February 1, 2018 In Valleys Between you'll take hold of your own land, plant your seeds, grow them, protect them, and watch your land flourish and take shape. The power at your fingertips should help you better understand the relationship between us and nature in good and bad ways.</p><p>Though it's described as a puzzler, the main thing to look out for is balance. Every action you take has an equal and opposite reaction, so you've got to think carefully to regain your balance after each move. It doesn't seem like it'll be palm-sweatingly challenging however as it's a relaxing game you can dip into for shorter play sessions.</p><p>In an interview on VentureBeat, Little Lost Fox producer/game designer Niamh Fitzgerald said, "The idea is you want to grow your world as big as you can. The world moves as you do things to create new spaces that you can interact with. The player can pull up or pull down on the land to create certain interactions, or to create certain relationships, and the idea is you want to continue growing your world as big as you can while managing some of these extra challenges that pop up."</p><p>While there's not a whole lot of information or imagery about the game just yet, it's really excited me to think about how it'll play. I love relaxing games but always tend to lose concentration or drive in them, so I'm hoping this'll run along the same thread as Monument Valley - fluid, unapologetic, beautiful, thoughtful, the right kind of challenging, you know the sort.</p><p>So far the industry response is extremely positive so this is undoubtedly one to watch.</p>
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2、<p>Since its initial release, Mario Kart Tour has had a bit of flack for using names of real-players to give the impression of real-time multiplayer when that wasn't the case. They've said that synchronous online is on the way though and now we've got a few more sparse details on when that might be.</p><p>According to a recent Tweet from the official Mario Kart Tour account, there is a beta test planned for December for real-time multiplayer. However, the extra detail that might ruffle a few feathers is that you'll need to be a Gold Pass subscriber to access the beta. The Gold Pass itself costs £4.99 a month and gives you a few bonuses alongside the 200cc race speed.</p>Need friends in Mario Kart Tour? Share your friend codes here!<p>As you can imagine, the comments beneath the aforementioned Tweet are split. Some people aren't best pleased that you have to effectively pay to play the multiplayer, whilst others are pointing out that this is only for the beta, which is generally a smaller size sample anyway.</p><p> </p><p>There is possibly some confusion as to whether or not the multiplayer will be permanently behind the Gold Pass subscription following the controversy of the 200cc only being accessible that way.</p><p>Ultimately, how bothered you are by this is probably determined by how soon you want to play synchronous online in Mario Kart Tour and your thoughts on Gold Pass in general. If you're an avid fan but aren't sure if Gold Pass is worth the price of entry, our resident Nintendo fan Dave Aubrey gave his thoughts on the matter.</p><p>Nintendo also added that more details on the upcoming beta will be announced soon.</p><p>Mario Kart Tour is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.