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1、"Alec is, but Alonzo isn't. How those dear old days at Patty's Place come back when I'm talking to you, Anne! What fun we had!"<p>Cornfox & Bros has announced a new follow-up to its popular old-school RPG series, Oceanhorn, with Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon.</p><p>It’s set after the end of Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm which released as an Apple Arcade exclusive back in September of last year, and takes place two centuries after the Catastrophe. The Realm of Arcadia has splintered into the many islands of the Uncharted Seas, with smaller settlements scattered around and many floating between the clouds.</p><p>The story of Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon involves a band of adventurers who set out on a journey to restore the world to its former glory. They find their way to a mythical underground complex on a distant island called the Chronos Dungeon, where deep down there lies hidden the Paradigm Hourglass, a powerful object that can change history.</p><p>Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon is Cornfox’s take on the dungeon crawler genre, where you and up to three friends can join forces to explore the many floors of the eponymous dangerous dungeon. It has a roguelite approach to its design, with a casual 16-bit aesthetic used with a modernised arcade format. It’s designed to be played over quick sessions, inspired by popular tabletop RPGs with lots of depth, but also has a family-friendly approach that makes it a very accessible dungeon crawler for gamers of all ages.</p><p>Oceanhorn: Chronos Dungeon will be available on Apple Arcade and iOS devices next month, with an expected release date of 8th January. For now, you can keep up with the development of the game and see some more of it from its iOS App Store page.</p>If you're interested in Apple Arcade but don't know where to begin, check out our definitive guide to the premium subscription service which lists every game on there and what you need to know about them.
2、Stickman Physic Draw Puzzle(MOD)<p>After creating a stir online last week and after holding a Direct Mini where Dark Souls was revealed, Nintendo has surprised us yet again by announcing another Switch presentation - this time focusing more on children.</p><p>Though there's very little to go on, it was posted on Nintendo's official UK site today that there'll be new information about an exciting interactive experience.</p><p>We have no idea what this is or what it could be. It's aimed at kids (and kids at heart), so it shouldn't be too infantile. It's possible it could be Ubisoft-related after it was rumoured Ubi would have 'big Switch news' to share soon, but this is all speculation.</p><p>What do you guys think/hope it'll be? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
4、<p>There's an embarrassment of riches on the App Store when it comes to licensed Games Workshop games. But that doesn't mean that there isn't space for another one. Which is good, because I saw two today.</p><p>One of them is The Horus Heresy Legions. It's a card game that owes a decent amount to Hearthstone. But it's more than that. Built from the ground up as a mobile game, it's sharper, its play time is shorter, and there's a ferocity to it that fits in with its grim dark grim grim dark future setting.</p><p>I only got to play it for a few minutes, but that was enough to get a feel for it. It's a deck-builder, with characters lifted from the Horus Heresy books. If you're not familiar with those, a really bad thing happens and everything gets more awful. There's more to it than that, but it doesn't really matter.</p>Legions of doom<p>The game would work if it didn't have the GW branding, but it adds a thuggish stomp to play. There are space marines, there are chaos space marines. There's a lot of fighting. A campaign walks you through some of the battles that made up the conflict. Then there's online play.</p><p>That's where the meat of the game is. You can join clans, called Lodges here, and there are events that let you change the content that the game is going to receive. If one side comes at the top of an event leaderboard, then different cards and decks will be available than if the other wins.</p><p>There's a lot of good ideas here, and the game gets the feel of the grungy spaceships and war torn planets just right. There's a hefty blob of stragtegy too, with plenty of different cards and potential deck combinations to play with.</p>Killing time<p>Legions feels like a game that gets both the platform it's being built for, and the people who are going to be playing it. The addition of GW's rich lore is just the icing on the cake. Even if you're not a fan, the card chucking underneath everything is good enough that it's unlikely it's going to matter.</p><p>There are plenty of Games Workshop games on the App Store. But this one feels like it's going to more than earn its place among them.</p>
3、The Cube Mod The Cube Mod v1.2.10 (Mod Money) Features:Mod MoneyBreak the cube and find what's hidden inside !"Yes," said Anne. "Oh, I'm so sorry you are going--we'll miss you so--we've all been such friends! If it were not for this you could come back other summers. Perhaps, even yet--by-and-by--when you've forgotten, perhaps--"