<p>Crescent Moon Games is making its big leap to Apple TV with a retro-style arcade collection called NeoArcade.</p><p>Don't worry, it will be coming to iOS eventually, so we're told. But, for now, it'll be launching on Apple TV in the coming weeks.</p><p>NeoArcade is made for one to two players (playing locally) and contains four games in total.</p><p>Here's the rundown provided by Crescent Moon:</p><p>NeoFire - "Frantic arcade action, unleash a bullet storm against your opponent and send the puck into their goal using speed and accuracy."</p><p>NeoSmash - "Smash through 100+ levels of classic brick breaker action brought bang up to date using an arsenal of awesome power ups."</p><p>NeoTanks - "Take on the AI in wave after wave of enemies or challenge friends over 100 arenas in a fight to the death."</p><p>NeoCycles - "Multiple single player modes, battle opponents, battle time or battle space. Destroy your friends in intense 2P versus mode."</p><p>Now heading into its second decade of business, Talking Tom developer Outfit7 is ready to begin the next step in its journey as a multinational entertainment behemoth. For us, what that means is several interesting announcements, including a new interactive pet game, an all-new IP, and a new character in the Talking Tom series known as Talking Becca.</p>
1、AN EAGLE was once captured by a man, who immediately clipped his wings and put him into his poultry-yard with the other birds, at which treatment the Eagle was weighed down with grief. Later, another neighbor purchased him and allowed his feathers to grow again. The Eagle took flight, and pouncing upon a hare, brought it at once as an offering to his benefactor. A Fox, seeing this, exclaimed, "Do not cultivate the favor of this man, but of your former owner, lest he should again hunt for you and deprive you a second time of your wings."
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2、<p>We're halfway through the week and almost ready to party, folks. It's blowing a gale outside, the weather can't make its mind up, and it's time to check out which games have had a little mobile shine-up.</p><p>Sometimes it's hard to believe a game can be improved and sometimes you wonder why it's taken this long, but this week's a good ol' mix of new content and necessary fixes.</p><p>Ready? Let's go. </p><p>If you've ever wanted to try out drift racing, here's your chance with Torque Drift, coming this year from Grease Monkey Games.</p><p>The game will pit you in tandem battles against players in a similar rank, racing first in a lead run, then a second time in a chase run, where you'll have to beat your opponent's lead run, and points will be awarded for drifting skills.</p>
3、<p>Did you know everyone in the UK is rubbish at maths? I know that I'm rubbish at maths, and I don't really speak to anyone else, so I'm happy to just roll with it.</p><p>That's where cZeus wants to come in. It's a slightly more complicated game of sudoku that sees you adding numbers to a grid. But there's a bunch of sums involved, and a ticking clock, and some questions about mythology for some reason.</p><p>According to the game's dev Dr Shoreh Blank "too many people consider good numeracy to be a talent rather than something that can be learnt. We’re trying to change that attitude and bring some fun into being confident with numbers."</p><p>It's not the best looking game in the world, but at least it's trumpeting a noble cause. People should be able to do numbers better. I had to use my fingers quite often, and I've only played the first few levels. That probably says more about me than the game, mind.</p>