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2、Ant Raid(This Game Can Experience The Full Content)You will be rewarded with money, points you can use to avail yourself of several premium class benefits .you can use those points to upgrade your cars, characters and location and much more. You can also use the money to unlock advance level challenges and tasks, whereby you will get excess funds to go on like that.
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4、Doinksoft’s upcoming rogue-lite ‘Tombshaft’ is now available for pre-order over on the App Store. It’s a charming and often challenging auto-scrolling platformer that sees you delving into the deepest depths of a trap-filled tomb in search of hidden relics and treasure.At first glance, it might remind you of classic roguelikes like Spelunky, but doinksoft – the team behind the popular Gato Roboto – have clearly worked hard to give it its own unique identity.Our rogue-lite platformer Tombshaft is available for preorder on the iOS App Store! https://t.co/kLLj6bx45vPublished by @LuckyKatStudios pic.twitter.com/EFyJ6grAH3— doinksoft (@doinksoft) August 6, 2019Interestingly, despite some drawing comparisons between Tombshaft and specifically Downwell, developer Britt Brady pointed out that it actually started life as a riff on NS-Shaft, a fairly obscure title from Japanese studio NAGI-P Soft.You’ll find yourself clinging to walls for dear life as you’re forced forever onwards (or downwards) by the crumbling structures around you. And you won’t be alone down there, no sir, as the tomb is also home to various creatures of the night – bats, horned devils, and of course a few floating eyeballs.Sure, the monsters will give you a hard time, but it’s the traps strewn around the place that are likely to kill your run. These can be dodged quickly and efficiently thanks to the game’s fluid controls, though this still doesn’t seem like a game for the faint of heart.As you continue to explore deeper into the procedurally generated caves, you’ll find coins that can be used to purchase new characters, all with their own unique look. This’ll hopefully help to keep repeat runs feeling fresh.I really like the look of this one, and I’ve heard good think about Gato Roboto, so I’ll be checking it out at launch on August 22nd. You can pre-order Tombshaft now over on the App Store, and I hear an Android port is set to follow the iOS release.Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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2、As it's the holidays (or close to it) Square Enix is holding a sale on many of its iOS and Android games.There's a whole stocking full of Final Fantasy games, the Chaos Rings games, and a couple of Dragon Quest games, all going cheap.You can check out the full list below.Final Fantasy - £2.49 / $3.99 - iOS / Android Final Fantasy II - £2.49 /$3.99 - iOS / AndroidFinal Fantasy III - £5.49 / $7.99 - iOS / AndroidFinal Fantasy III HD - £5.49 / $7.99 - iOSFinal Fantasy IV - £5.49 / $7.99 - iOS / AndroidFinal Fantasy IV: TAY - £5.49 / $7.99 - iOS / AndroidFinal Fantasy V - £5.49 / $7.99 - iOS / AndroidFinal Fantasy VI - £5.49 / $7.99 - iOS / AndroidFinal Fantasy Tactics - £4.99 / $6.99 - iOSFinal Fantasy Tactics HD - £5.49 / $7.99 - iOSFinal Fantasy Dimensions - £5.49 / $7.99 - AndroidChaos Rings - £2.49 / $3.99 - iOS / AndroidChaos Rings HD - £2.99 / $4.99 - iOSChaos Rings Omega - £2.49 / $3.99 - iOS / AndroidChaos Rings Omega HD - £2.99 / $4.99 - iOSChaos Rings 2 - £4.99 / $6.99 - iOS / AndroidChaos Rings 2 HD - £5.49 / $7.99 - iOSCrystal Defenders - £1.99 / $2.99 - iOS / AndroidCrystal Defenders HD - £1.99 / $2.99 - iOSVanguard Storm - £1.49 / $1.99 - iOSDragon Quest II - £2.99 / $4.99 - iOS / AndroidDragon Quest VIII - £8.99 / $12.99 - iOS / AndroidChrono Trigger - £2.99 / $4.99 - iOS / AndroidSecret Of Mana - £2.49 / $3.99 - iOS / AndroidHills And Rivers Remain - £2.99 / $4.99 - iOSTouchArcade
3、It’ll be post-apocalyptic panicking galore from today, with Robot Gentlemen’s new darkly comedic adventure 60 Seconds! now available to download from the Nintendo Switch eShop. Tasking those brave enough to forage, scavenge, and rummage all they can manage in only a minute, for how many days will you be able to survive the end of the world?Set within an alternate version of 1950s suburbia, 60 Seconds! is a classic-style adventure game where you’re forced to make many snap decisions just one minute at a time. “What supplies do you take?”, “which survival tips should you follow?”, and “who gets to eat tonight?” are just some of the questions you’ll soon ask yourself when faced with a 60 second rush through your procedurally generated house.Under the threat of the nuclear apocalypse, the heat is always kept on. 60 Seconds! forces you through one post-apocalyptic conundrum after another, keeping you on your toes from house, to fallout shelter and back again, with an entirely new layout every time. As Ted, you used to be a typical family man, but now it’s time to prove your worth and embrace your natural survival skills.The clock’s ticking, so get scavenging - 60 Seconds! is available to grace your Nintendo Switch screen now.