2、KORO : WildRift(No Ads)<p>If you've never heard of Quixx, here's a brief summary. It's a game about rolling dice. That's pretty much all there is to it.</p><p>Which isn't to say it's not worth checking out, especially since it's currently on sale on the App Store for dirt cheap.</p><p>It's super fast-paced, and sees you rolling dice to try and cross numbers off of your board. There's no let-up here, and you need to take decisions quickly if you're going to succeed. There's a good reason it's been nominated for a bunch of awards.</p>Dicing with dice<p>The digital version lets you play on your own, or together with a friend on the same device.</p><p>You can even use the game as a scorecard or set of dice for the physical version, which is a damn nice touch.</p><p>Plus the game is just 99p / 99c right now. That's the lowest price it's been since it came out at the end of 2016. Really, you don't have an excuse not to pick it up. And you can do that by clicking on this link right here.</p>If you want more board games, check out this list of the best ones for iPhone and iPad
3、<p>You know what iOS and Android releases are out this week, but what about Switch games?</p><p>There are a couple of grisly zombie games, a daft FPS, a bit of a bizarrely-named game, and more to chow down on this coming weekend. But, what'll take your fancy? Let's have a look. Death Road to Canada</p>Price: £9.59/$11.99Link<p>Head off on a road trip to Canada with people you hate as the world around you goes to hell. With most of the population now undead and rotting, it's your job to pick up survivors, scavenge for resources, make tough choices, and try not to get torn apart by up to 500 zombies at a time (yes, really).</p>The FallPrice: £6.29/$6.99Link<p>In The Fall you play as ARID, the artificial intelligence a high-tech combat suit. As the human pilot is unconscious, it's up to you to protect him at all costs. Sink into a hostile world to find medical aid before it's too late.</p>GaragePrice: £13.49/$14.99Link<p>Stylised around 80s B-movies, you play as Butch the drug dealer in a world that's falling apart. Search an underground car park for the doorway to a supernatural world and get ready to face the horrors within.</p>Immortal RedneckPrice: £17.99/$19.99Link<p>Set in Egypt, this curious game mixes old-school FPS with roguelike mechanics to bring us a twitchy, frantic experience. With a skill tree, randomly generated dungeons, permadeath, and more.</p>One Piece Pirate Warriors 3Price: $39.99Link (US)<p>Relive One Piece's original story from Fushia village to Dressrosa, where you'll face off with Donquixote Doflamingo himself. Gather your crew, sail the seas, fight massive battles, and become king of the pirates.</p>Suicide GuyPrice: £7.19/$7.99Link<p>How far would you go to save everything you loved? Set in the dreams of its protagonist, Suicide Guy features 25 physics-based levels for you to work in order to wake him up. Sound weird? It is, but it's also pretty neat.</p>Super ChariotPrice: £17.99/$19.99Link<p>This 2D platformer can be played either together or on your own as you wheel the coffin of your dead king through 25 colourful levels. Deliver him to his final destination, ignore his ghostly insults, collect all sorts of riches, and manoeuvre through tons of physics-based obstacles.</p>Three Fourths HomePrice: £7.19/$8.99Link<p>Play as Kelly in this visual short story as she's caught in the middle of a nasty storm in rural Nebraska. With only 20 miles to go to safety you get a call from your mother and your dialogue choices could affect the relationship between between you and your family.</p>And comely distant sits he by her side;
1、Idle Zoo Evolution Tycoon Mod Idle Zoo Evolution v 0.1.3 Mod Features:[Description]: A large number of diamonds and advertising rolls. Chinese can be set in the upper right corner gear.Note: There is a bug in the game (non-modified): The hat icon above the game main circle does not click to open it will turn off, can only restart the game.In this funny idle game, you can create your own Zoo World with animals, plants, trees. Feel like zoo tycoon.
2、<p>Hue, Fiddlesticks Games' acclaimed, colour-hopping puzzler, is set to hit iOS and Android on April 23rd. The news was first reported on by Touch, Tap, Play.</p><p>Set in a monochrome world, you play as young Hue, a little guy searching for his mother who one day just up and vanished. By collecting shards of a shattered ring, you now have the power to perceive colour and alter the world around you, which opens up all manner of fun platforming experiments.</p>
3、<p>Two pretty big things happened today - one: Apple brought out a shiny, red colour for its iPhone 7/7 Plus, and two: it's dropped its 'Air' branding in favour of something much simpler.</p><p>In case you couldn't guess it, this new red-coloured tech is to do with (Product)Red, a company which works together with larger corporations to spread awareness and raise funds to help eliminate the HIV/AIDs virus. This comes after the App Store held Games for RED in December 2016.</p><p>If you're after a (RED) phone, you can grab the iPhone 7 from £699, or from £33.56/mo. Or, if you're after the iPhone 7 Plus, you can nab it from £819, or from £39.31/mo. It isn't specified exactly how much is contributed toward the fund, but every purchase contributes to the Global Fund. This also applies to accessories such as phone cases, Apple Watch sport bands, and more.</p><p>Where iPads are concerned, the 'Air' branding has sadly been winked out as it mildly tweaks its specs on the product. As well as a new camera app, its A8X chip's been bumped up to A9, and its name sits comfortably as an - er - iPad.</p><p>Aside from that nothing else has really changed, so unless you're running on fumes with a much older model, there's no need to go trading in your iPad Air/Air 2 just yet.</p>