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1、Big discontents so breaking their contents.<p>I think the mayor in upcoming papery puzzle game Twisty Hollow is actually Boris Johnson. Yes, I'm referring to the current golden-locked barmy mayor of London.</p><p>Seriously, it matches up.</p><p>The mayor in Twisty Hollow apparently creates rules such as having to frown at bacon, and giving fashion tips for ghosts. I can easily imagine Boris Johnson doing the same.</p><p>While this might seem like good fun, the citizens of Twisty Hollow need someone to restore order before everything goes kaputt. That's where you come in.</p><p>You have to spin wheels to line up workers with their tools and resources. So, a miner should be matched with a pick axe, and a diamond, for example.</p>
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1、<p>You can't get WarioWare for iOS, so the next best thing is Mucho Party, GlobZ's wacky Gallic mini-game collection that sees you feverishly painting the floor with a car and playing air hockey against a friend, among other things.</p><p>We gave Mucho Party an 8/10 when we reviewed it last year. It had 30 levels at the time, and from tomorrow it's going to have 42, meaning its score will be around 11.6 out of 10.</p><p>Or maybe not. But the two new mini-games look like solid additions to the library. One sees you bowling face to face against an opponent, and the other sees you racing a friend to open presents. Check out the screenshots above.</p><p>You can download Mucho Party from the App Store now for free (though it costs £2.99 to get the full game.)</p>
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