Interaction games are only as good as the characters introduced in them, which, in Sakura School Simulator, are undoubtedly fun. To play this highly addictive game, all you need is a phone containing over 2 GB RAM and a system featuring any specs over Snapdragon 820. Of course, if you have an older model, the game will still run on your phone – just not as smooth.
The Gold Award-winning RGB Express has got its first update.It adds 40 new levels for you to guide those coloured trucks around. That brings the total level count up to 280 now then.The update also adds enhanced graphics for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. So it should look crisper on those large phone screens.As well as bug fixes, the update also adds Japanese language support.We really liked RGB Express in our review, saying that it's a "jolly, entertaining, sweet-natured puzzler".On top of that, we said that it "starts off simple but will smash your brains out with a (coloured) box later on."So, pleasant and challenging, then. I guess they balance each other out to make what is a stellar puzzler experience.You can purchase RGB Express for £1.99 / $2.99 on the App Store right now.
Portable Pixels has announced today that it's bringing Hatchi to iWatch.It will be compatible with Apple's smartwatch once an update rolls out in the near future - presumably, some time after the iWatch is released.So, if you already spent the £1.49 / $1.99 asking price on Hatchi, you won't have to pay any more to get it on iWatch.You will, of course, have to own an iWatch. And those things are bound to not be cheap. We should find out how much they cost during Apple's event today.Oh, and for those who don't know, Hatchi is a retro virtual pet that was released back in 2012.It's a lot like the Tamagotchi that I used to have my mum look after while I went to school. Would have been great to have been able to sneak it into school masqueraded as a watch.I guess that's possible now (if you're a kid who has parents trust you with a very expensive watch).Hatchi also got a sequel last year that had a more colourful presentation.Do not be in a hurry to change one evil for another.O appetite, from judgement stand aloof!
An update has hit Four Thirty Three's Boxing Star, bringing a beta for the new Fight Club Battle mode that's been touted for a while now. It will allow players to face off against other Fight Clubs for supremacy and bragging rights.In a different game, you'd called this clan or guild warfare, but this is the world of boxing so, naturally, it has to be called Fight Club Battle mode. Each club can only be signed up to participate in this new mode by their Fight Club Leader, who simply has to click Apply to get their club involved.Once they've done that, each club will have a day of Prep Time to get ready for fight night. During that time they'll be able to upgrade their Fight Club Sponsor Levels which will allow them to gain extra abilities that will be exclusive to Fight Club Battle mode.The winner will be whichever Fight Club receives the highest score on the night. There will also be rewards on offer for both single battle gameplay and performance during the season for everyone that participates. Player's will also have an opportunity to provide feedback during the beta period for this new mode with the developers apparently open to suggestions for improvements.In addition to the Fight Club Battle mode beta, they also announced a Lunar New Year's Mission Event. This will see players completing a variety of in-game and Gym Training missions to earn plenty of items for their efforts.Boxing Stars has proven to be a popular title in the two years that it has been available. It's racked up over 10 million downloads on Google Play and has been a regular fixture in the top 100 sports games on Great Britain and US App Store.Boxing Star is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.Top 25 best sports games on Android
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is set to hit the PSN on November 4th, which means Vita owners will be able to play the decidedly grim roguelike from the comfort of wherever they happen to be at that particular point in time.The game mashes together chunks of Zelda, Smash TV, and a handful of other influences into a grotesque, randomly generated adventure full of squelchy death and a good dollop of unpleasantness.There's more than 500 hours of gameplay if you want to discover all of The Binding of Isaac's secrets, and plenty of pretty awful weapons to create and combine.The game is being released on PS4 at the same time, but we don't know whether it'll feature Cross Buy or Cross Play, or how much it's going to cost.Don't worry though, we'll let you know as soon as we hear anything. In the meantime why not check out all the GIFs on the announcement story over on the PlayStation Blog.Alternatively, check out the trailer below. It's pretty NSFW, and if you're of a nervous disposition you should definitely watch it and freak out.They were sitting on their red sand-stone doorstep in the late afternoon. Great tranquillities were all about them in land and sea and sky. Silvery gulls were soaring over them. The horizons were laced with long trails of frail, pinkish clouds. The hushed air was threaded with a murmurous refrain of minstrel winds and waves. Pale asters were blowing in the sere and misty meadows between them and the harbor.
Catching all passions in his craft of will,It's been a few months since we've heard anything of Out There Chronicles' second episode, but it looks like Mi-Clos is on the edge of releasing it at last.After Out There Chronicles released in the summer of 2016, it's been a wait and a half for episode two of the epic space series to finally arrive on mobile, and we still know next to nothing about it.Set several million years before the events of Out There, episode two should apparently be more ambitious this time around, spanning over a series of weeks rather than days. That sounds pretty much on the money as Mi-Clos' email earlier mentioned that they, "went through a hell of a development cycle with this one."Out There Chronicles Ep 2. arrives on iOS and Android in January. We don't have a specific date just yet, but we'll keep you updated.
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