<p>Somehow it's almost the weekend again. I know, I say it every week like I'm surprised that time is a thing, but the days just seem to be moving faster now we're almost in summer.</p><p>Of course, with the weekend on the horizon that means only one thing - it's time to check out the new mobile releases. Animal Super Squad</p>Platform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £4.99/$4.99 or cheaper<p>This physics-based adventure game has you speeding through a wonderful world filled with dangers and... bananas. You can either take on the levels the game has to offer, have a whack at some community creations, or both.</p>Bardbarian PremiumPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £4.99/$4.99 or cheaper<p>Fashion a lute out of your old axe and save your town in the strangest of ways when it's under siege - by playing music. Play your axe-lute, generate notes, dodge incoming attacks, and prevent enemies from destroying the town gem.</p>BlokiPlatform: iOSPrice: 99p/99c<p>Though it's minimal in style and seems rather simple, Bloki is a mind-challenging spatial puzzler where you flip, rotate, and build you way to victory. It's also supposed to train your spatial intelligence, so may also make your think box more efficient.</p>Disney Heroes Battle ModePlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Encounter some very familiar faces in the colourful RPGas Disney and Pixar heroes come together to fight a dreadful virus. Make the best team, upgrade the best gear, and battle your socks off for the good of your friends and family.</p>G30Platform: iOSPrice: £4.99/$4.99<p>Through hand-crafted levels, G30 tells its story through a unique and beautiful take on the puzzle genre. Recollect the fragments of you past before a cognitive disease takes it away. Something tells me this might hit a few of us out there quite hard.</p>Homo MachinaPlatform: iOSPrice: £2.99/$2.99<p>If you're curious how the human body really works... I wouldn't use this as a guide. Homo Machina is a wonderfully bizarre puzzler inspired by the work of Fritz Kahn. Help the body function and keep your factory running ship shape.</p>Minesweeper GeniusPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £1.99/$1.99 or cheaper<p>Challenge your mind with this take on a classic. Give Aristotle a hand and help him sweep the room, remain his memories, and escape from the aliens experimenting on him.</p>Node AlongPlatform: iOSPrice: F2P<p>Avoid colourful obstacles as you move from node to node in this curious puzzler. Make it to the next node before time runs out or chill out with its zen mode if you're in no rush.</p>The Quest - Celtic QueenPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £2.99/$2.99 or cheaper<p>The latest expansion for The Quest is here at last. Made by Zarista Games, the story follows on now that Habren is Queen, however not everything is so peaceful. King Locrinus' brother, Kamber, challenges her for the throne and with an army at his back it's up to you to return the peace once again.</p>Rotten EscapePlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>You may be rotten to the core, but that doesn't mean you don't have a life worth living. Help Little Tom and his friends escape the supermarket bin by controlling characters and try to survive as long as possible.</p>Run or DiePlatform: iOS (also on Android)Price: 79p/99c<p>You may have heard of this one before, especially since we reviewed it when it came to Android last year, but Run or Die is a fast-paced endless runner that's really rather good. React quickly to obstacles, make snap decisions, and save Flow from the Lab if you can.</p>Space Frontier 2Platform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Following up to the ever-popular Space Frontier, you've not got 50 solar systems to conquer, hundreds of planets, 59 spaceship technologies, and more on the cards in this space adventure.</p>Super HydorahPlatform: iOSPrice: £6.99/$6.99<p>Embrace the teachings of a classic genre in this wonderful shoot 'em up and save the galaxy from the Meroptians. In its review we thought it was swell, saying it's "a brilliantly well put together old school shooter that's going to scratch all of your blowing-things-up itches".</p>World of Tennis: Roaring '20sPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>If you've ever thought "gee, I wish I could experience tennis in the 20s", now you can. Even if you've never thought about it before, you can still swipe, tap, and enjoy tactical, turn-based gameplay.</p>Zero/SumPlatform: iOSPrice: £1.99/$1.99<p>In what's an interesting mix of mathematics and B-Movie fun, Zero/Sum'll have you filling in the missing symbols of Professor Claire Liddy's cancer cure formula. Plus, once it's all over you've still got free new puzzles to dive into daily, just for funsies.</p>
2、THE HARES, oppressed by their own exceeding timidity and weary of the perpetual alarm to which they were exposed, with one accord determined to put an end to themselves and their troubles by jumping from a lofty precipice into a deep lake below. As they scampered off in large numbers to carry out their resolve, the Frogs lying on the banks of the lake heard the noise of their feet and rushed helter-skelter to the deep water for safety. On seeing the rapid disappearance of the Frogs, one of the Hares cried out to his companions: "Stay, my friends, do not do as you intended; for you now see that there are creatures who are still more timid than ourselves."Perfect Cream(lots of gold coins) MOD APK<p>Feel free to get a little giddy as the pretty cool Manastorm: Champions of G'nar hits Early Access for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.</p><p>If you're a fan of Magic: The Gathering or Yu-gi-oh! there's a chance you may get kind of excited about Manastorm. Essentially is an immersive VR version of a CCG/battler where you look at your cards, pick your strategy, and watch the battle take place in front of you. It's has similar rules and physics to Tabletop Simulator, if you've ever given that a go.</p><p>On top of managing your own hand and basically living in the moment of the fight, by far the coolest thing about the game is how you put a card into play - you toss it in front of you using a motion controller. Sounds lame, looks awesome, trust me. The immersion is amplified further as you can cast spells, block attacks, shoot arrows (from an actual weapon), and more.</p><p>It's still in Steam Early Access, which means that there's still a bit to be tweaked, but I can't wait to see how it turns out come the full release day.</p>
1、Cat Condo Mod Cat Condo Mod v1.0.2 (Free Shopping) Features:Free ShoppingBuild your own cat condo and populate them with cute furry feline friends!Start with a small kitty. Then combine, mix and match your kittens to upgrade them to majestic cats.Discover and unlock many types of cats. Complete achievements and gain rewards. Watch your condo grow to a big tower which is filled with toys all over.It's simple and addictive fun. See your cats go through an evolution. Gain coins even when you are idle or offline.Become a master kitty collector. Let’s find all the kawaii neko!