<p>If you love mobile games and you speak French (ideally as a first language) your next job could be sauntering down the boulevard towards you.</p><p>Pocket Gamer isn’t just this one, handsome site. It’s a network, which includes the business-focussed PocketGamer.biz, the Arabic-language PocketGamer.me and the French-language PocketGamer.fr. And that latter site, our French cousin, needs a writer/editor.</p><p>We’re recruiting a freelance French contributor, and the details are here:</p>www.pocketgamer.biz/jobs/advert/1166/pocketgamerfr-site-editor<p>Could that be you? Please get in touch and we’ll chat.Si vous aimez les jeux mobiles et si vous parlez français, votre carrière nouveau pourrait être proche.</p><p>Pocket Gamer c'est plus que ce beau site. Le groupe Pocket Gamer inclut les sites web comme PocketGamer.me (en arabe) and PocketGamer.fr (en français). Et ce dernier, il a besoin d'un éditeur/écrivain.</p><p>Nous recrutons un contributeur indépendant (qui parle français avec plus de compétence que moi) et voici les détails:</p><p>www.pocketgamer.biz/jobs/advert/1166/pocketgamerfr-site-editor</p>Pouvez-vous aider? Envoyez-nous un email, s’il vous plait."I put this fireplace in myself," remarked Captain Jim. "The Government don't give lighthouse keepers such luxuries. Look at the colors that wood makes. If you'd like some driftwood for your fire, Mistress Blythe, I'll bring you up a load some day. Sit down. I'm going to make you a cup of tea."
3、<p>RogueJack, acclaimed developer Ponywolf's latest title, is an inventive roguelike that smartly blends tactical blackjack-inspired battles with hours of dungeon crawling goodness. It looks like a lot of old school dungeoning fun, and it's making its way to iOS and Android on February 14th.</p><p>Much like last year's excellent Void Tyrant, RogueJack's battle system adopts familiar elements of the card game blackjack. While things may start out simple enough, it builds upon its basic premise in a number of interesting ways.</p>
1、Updated on November 17th, at 8:23: PortablePixels has confirmed, "we currently don't have any plans for Hatchi 2 on Android."<p>Original story follows...A sequel to Hatchi, the 2012 virtual pet app from Portable Pixels, has been released.</p><p>This follow-up, called Hatchi 2, costs 69p / 99c on the App Store.</p><p>Unlike its predecessor, Hatchi 2 features much more colorful art, still retro in style, but not quite as much of a visual throwback to old Tamagotchi games as Hatchi the first.</p><p>In Hatchi 2, you'll get to collect over 25 "Hatchis," virtual pets that you hatch from eggs, feed, clean, and play with.</p><p>Hatchis can also be bred to create new variations.</p><p>The game includes nine mini-games and some customziation options as well.</p><p>You can buy Hatchi 2 on the App Store for 69p / 99c.</p><p>The original Hatchi is on both Android and iOS devices. There has been no word on an Android version of Hatchi 2 yet, but we'll keep you updated.</p>TouchArcade
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3、<p>Atlus has announced Shin Megami Tensei IV: Final for 3DS. It'll be coming out in Japan on February 10th, 2016.</p><p>Despite what the title may imply, this isn't a remake of the Gold Award-winning Shin Megami Tensei IV. It is in fact a completely new game in the series set in the same world.</p><p>According to Famitsu, the keyword in the game's themes is "Decide," which tells us little.</p><p>In fact, there's not much else to say about it at this point. However, there will be a NicoNico livestream on October 11th at 7pm JST / 11am BST / 6am EST / 3am PST to reveal more details.</p><p>There's also a teaser website that you can stare at until that date if you so wish.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar with the Shin Megami series, it's about a group of samurai who protect the Kingdom of Mikado from demons. And it's pretty great.</p>Siliconera