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A FROG once upon a time came forth from his home in the marsh and proclaimed to all the beasts that he was a learned physician, skilled in the use of drugs and able to heal all diseases. A Fox asked him, "How can you pretend to prescribe for others, when you are unable to heal your own lame gait and wrinkled skin?'
THE SWALLOW and the Crow had a contention about their plumage. The Crow put an end to the dispute by saying, "Your feathers are all very well in the spring, but mine protect me against the winter."
<p>Future Shock Software has released iNethack2 today after pulling iNethack from the App Store.</p><p>The reason for this is due to Dirk Zimmerman's iNethack, which was originally released on iOS in 2009, not being compatible with iOS 7 and iOS 8.</p><p>And so, Jeff King worked on iNethack2 to remedy this shortcoming. And as it's based on NetHack 3.4.3. it also brings the latest updates to the classic 1987 roguelike.</p><p>It still has simple swipe-based controls, eight tilesets to choose from, and basic file sharing.</p><p>You can download iNethack2 on the App Store for free right now.</p>
<p>PikPok's brutally simple, and curiously addictive anagram game Four Letters now has a more natural home: the Apple Watch.</p><p>The game's all about turning four letters into a four-letter word, as quickly as possible. It's quick fire and massages your brain in weird, wonderful ways as you struggle to spell out the simplest words.</p><p>In our Silver Award review, we said "this is quick fire wordplay at its very best, and it won't cost you anything to download it and give it a go".</p><p>The new update brings the game to Apple Watch, with a nice circular design and all the content from the main game. Except ads, which is nice. No wants ads on their watch. Or anywhere.</p>
<p>Hills of Steel recently surpassed 22 million downloads less than 2 years after its initial release and its developer, Superplus Games, is understandably feeling pretty good about it.</p><p>So much so infact that the Helsinki-based studio has lined up a sequel to its casual action hit, with Hills of Steel 2 set to launch later this year.</p><p>We'll be keeping close tabs on Hills of Steel 2 as it develops, but for the moment we decided to take some time to reflect upon the success of this casual tank-battler, which begs the question "why are the Finns so good at turning seemingly simple concepts into appstore gold?".</p><p>Like Rovio with Angry Birds, and Fingersoft with Hill-Climb Racer, Hills of Steel's success all boils down to Superplus' mastery of creating simple, fun, and addictive game-play mechanics; you take control of a tank and lead it through various stages, blowing enemy vehicles to smithereens before they have a chance to do the same to you. That's the simple and addictive part. The fun part is the game's teeter-totter style physics, which gives your tank more the feel of a beach-buggy on springs than it does a 50 tonne lump of steel, so you need to exercise skill and good-judgement as you bound along the game's hilly terrain.</p><p>There are currently 8 tanks to unlock, which you can use in either PvP, team, adventure, or 'classic' survival mode. Superplus prides itself in bringing ever more creative designs to every tank it adds to the game, and the next one promises to be no different with the next update bringing a laser-shooting, spider-legged robot called Arachno into the mix.</p><p>As soon as you open the game for the first time you'll be dropped into battle, so here's a couple of pointers for those just starting out. First off, don't be in a rush to clear through a stage. There's no time limit to worry about so you can afford to be patient; bulldozing your way through will just cause you to take unnecessary damage, especially when confronted with multiple enemies. Also pay close attention to the enemy type you're up against - vehicles with machine guns can only hit you when attacking head-on, whereas mortar and rocket-launching artillery will cause you big problems when they're allowed to attack from range, so adjust your tactics accordingly.</p>
Kill and destroy those enemies who try to damage your’s kingdom sabotage. And with a mighty sword in your hand, you are going to jump on the battlefield along with your soldiers and enjoy this event. After 7-14 days. New events will take place to enshrine your thrills and suspense. With a smooth voice-over and sophisticated user interface, you will discover the brand fresh serving much more simply.
<p>Garena Free Fire has partnered with director Timo Tjahjanto and action star Joe Taslim for a short film adaptation of the hit battle royale game. The film's arrival coincides with the release of Free Fire's latest character, Jota, modelled on Taslim himself.</p><p>Lasting just over 7 minutes, "Jota VS Dewi Dangdut" offers a tongue-in-cheek adaptation of the game's battle royale action. Death triggers Taslim to respawn back on the intro plane, bringing to mind Live, Die, Repeat's spin on Groundhog Day's popular premise.</p>
<p>After years of creating loads of fun action-arcade games Nitrome is moving into publishing.</p><p>The first game it'll be publishing is Quite Fresh's Ultimate Briefcase.</p><p>It's made by a former Nitrome employee and involves dodging an onslaught of falling bombs with nothing but a briefcase. It's pretty ridiculous (which is a good thing).</p><p>The initial idea is survive by running around the single screen and avoiding the explosives. But that's not enough. You should also aim to collect the coins that the bombs drop upon impact.</p><p>With these, you can upgrade the power-ups inside the briefcase. You're also able to unlock new characters, each with their own special items, as well as unlock new areas.</p><p>As you can see in the gif below, one of those power-ups is being able to place a concrete slab in the air to provide temporary shelter from the explosions.</p><p>Nitrome tells us that it'll be bringing Ultimate Briefcase to iOS and Android soon. We'll let you know exactly when that is as soon as we do.</p>Looking for a publisher?<p>If you're a developer who's interested in Nitrome's publishing programme, here's some more info about it...</p><p>Nitrome is focusing on working with developers rather than individual titles. Its hope is to get talented people who make the kinds of games it wants to publish in a secure position.</p><p>Developers will be consulted early on in a game's development to ensure it's something Nitrome wants to publish.</p><p>"Our hope is to enable developers to spend more time creating great content and less time on worrying who they might find to publish their next game," Nitrome said.</p><p>If you're interested in this opportunity then you can email Nitrome about it at [email protected]</p>
<p>Another Eden, the popular JRPG from WFS Inc, has been updated today to introduce a new chapter in the main story. There have also been a few additions elsewhere including new weapons, encounters and a campaign to celebrate the chapter's release.</p><p>The latest entry into Another Eden's ever-growing story is called Part 2 Tales from the East: Return of the Goddess of Time Volume 2. With it comes additional maps and areas to explore alongside new background music to listen to as you play. For an idea of what to expect from the story, you can check out the trailer below.</p>
<p>Final Fantasy re-releases on mobile are pretty expensive, so it's a good thing Square Enix has pushed their prices down - though you should probably jump on them fast before the prices fall.</p><p>Yes, it's that time of the week where we round the biggest and best sales on mobile into one handy list, so you, our fine readers, can go out and buy a shiny new game for yourself at a special price.</p><p>This is by no means comprehensive - there's millions of mobile games after all - but we've picked out the finest titles from the available selection to show you. We know you've got taste, so we know which games are most likely to appeal to you.</p><p>Don't believe us? Check out the games below and see what tickles your fancy. There's something in there for everyone, so as long as you don't already own every single game on the list, you're sure to find something that you want to try.</p><p>And let us know in the comments if you find something that you decide to pick up! It's always nice to share your shiny new toys with the rest of us, even if you're essentially just showing off what you bought since we can't play them.Final Fantasy VII</p><p>Price: $9.99/£9.99Also available on Android</p><p>Final Fantasy VII is one of the best-loved RPGs ever made, and having it on mobile means you can play it literally anywhere you like and no one can stop you. Just try not to cry at THAT scene in public, yeah?</p><p>You probably want to get in on this deal soon though. The App Store listing claims that it'll go back up on price on January 6th, which was two days ago now. Quick! Buy it, before they notice and jack the price up again!</p>
Tanks a Lot MOD APK is a real-time tank battle game on Android. BoomBit team is the publisher and developer of this game. Some tank games are made with simple shooting methods like classic tank games. But this game was made with an exciting and exciting battle mode. The vast 3D fighting arena will give a new experience in the gameplay. Place the tank at the right place to start the battle in real-time. Fire the bullets to decease the opponent tanks life. Destroy all enemy hit points of tanks to defeat the enemy tanks. Opponent enemies are made the tanks with high powered. They will use the money to upgrade the tank health points.