<p>With E3 over and done with, it's customary for all the devs who held back the launch of their games during the show to simultaneously release them onto the app stores.</p><p>And this is how you find James, Em, and Ric this week: pummelled beneath a digital tidal wave comprised of Westworld, Suzy Cubes, Splatoon 2 DLC, and loads more portable games.</p><p>But our buoyant hosts will not be sunk, not even by the Android launch of Gorogoa and a huge PUBG update. They will persist. Oh yes. Persist they will.</p>Download episode 446:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p><p>Neutronized, the creators of the adorable Super Cat Bros has teamed up with Nitrome (Tower Fortress) for Slime Pizza, a new physics puzzle-platformer with some neat looking retro stylings.<p>Slime Pizza our awesome new platform Adventure is available for Pre-Order NOW! Go grab it over on iOS. https://t.co/VIhcSQDg7L pic.twitter.com/WU1FBt4hns— Nitrome (@Nitrome) January 19, 2018 You’re a delivery boy for the titular Slime Pizza, the best pizzeria this side of the galaxy, some might say. Unfortunately, your delivery ship crashes, and you’re pizza is scattered across an alien planet. Dedicated to your craft, you take it upon yourself to collect every last pizza you can find.</p><p>That’s no easy task, though. Each level in Slime Pizza is littered with traps and horrible monsters set on sending your slimey self to oblivion. Avoid danger by successfully completing environmental, physics-based puzzles. Absorb key items that will help you out, while clinging to the walls to climb to hard-to-reach places. The aim of the game is to get those pizzas to their rightful customers and collect those tips. Of course, if you’re late, you’ll have to pay the price. No one said this job was easy.</p>Slime Pizza is out on iOS on January 24, though you can pre-order it today. Hop to it, if you’re so inclined.
2、'"Now all these hearts that do on mine depend,kanpo.cc<p>The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, Netmarble's gacha RPG, proved to be quite the hit when it topped 3 million downloads within its first week of launch. Sure, high download numbers might not always equate to incredible in-game spending, but in the case of Grand Cross, it seems like the South Korean developer has got itself a real winner.</p><p>Netmarble released its financial results for the first quarter of 2020 earlier today, and Grand Cross was among its best-performing titles, pulling in 12% of the company's revenue.</p><p>Marvel Contest of Champions appears to be its top-performing game, amassing 14% of the company's revenue. For those interested, Lineage 2: Revolution earned Netmarble 11% of its quarterly revenue, Blade & Soul Revolution's Korean version managed 8%, and Jam City's Cookie Jam came in at 5%.</p><p>"With the highly successful global launch of The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, and the ongoing enthusiasm for Netmarble's overall lineup, we take pride in our ability to consistently provide engaging entertainment and truly appreciate Netmarble's worldwide community of players," said Seungwon Lee, Co-CEO of Netmarble.</p>
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