Bridge Constructor Portal's challenging "Portal Proficiency" DLC is set to launch next Tuesday, November 12th, for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch.As someone who played and enjoyed the game on Switch, my heart hurts just looking at some of these latest puzzles. There are 30 new test chambers in total, spread across 3 distinct chapters, with the DLC's press release stating "Only the bravest and smartest participants will succeed and receive the Golden Condolence Letter".What complicates matters is that you can now place portals around the levels yourself, creating ever more complex contraptions in the process. Movable portals join aerial faith plates, propulsion gel, and repulsion gel as some of the mechanics you'll have to master to solve the game's many brain-teasers.And don't forget that you've also got deadly sentry turrets, emancipation grills, laser fields, and acid pools to contend with.
1、The firelight flickered from point to point, gleaming on the white and green coats of Gog and Magog, on the sleek, brown head of the beautiful setter basking on the rug, on the picture frames on the walls, on the vaseful of daffodils from the window garden, on Anne herself, sitting by her little table, with her sewing beside her and her hands clasped over her knee while she traced out pictures in the fire--Castles in Spain whose airy turrets pierced moonlit cloud and sunset bar-ships sailing from the Haven of Good Hopes straight to Four Winds Harbor with precious burthen. For Anne was again a dreamer of dreams, albeit a grim shape of fear went with her night and day to shadow and darken her visions.
3、The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox
1、Captain Jim and Gilbert looked at each other. Then they suddenly rose and went out.I can understand playing with Neeko's rubbery hair follicles, and tickling its pudgy belly, but why would you shove your finger around its gob?This is a question that came to me while watching the trailer for Neeko, which is the virtual pet game starring this blobby orange monster.I then found out that the answer is that Neeko has some annoying bugs inside and around him that you need to get rid of. That makes sense, I guess.Doing well at this activity by stretching his arms, playing with his lips, and looking in between his toes, causes the bugs to fly away. You then need to catch them so they don't pester Neeko again.
2、"Captain Jim does."Two years after the original game from Xigma Games made the jump from PC to mobile devices, The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores is now available on both iOS and Android. The iOS version came earlier this year, while the Google Play edition is available from today.It’s a town survival management sim where you’re put into a procedurally generated map and tasked with exploring the land and sea for resources which you can use to build a community. As you continue your adventure, you find other cities you can trade with and new dungeons to explore for valuable loot.It’s also important to utilise every unique member of your community, as each one comes with their own generated stats for attributes like strength and agility. You’re responsible for responding to their every need, having to feed them when they’re hungry or heal them when they’re hurt, and if you manage to keep them happy you’ll watch them level up. As your community gets stronger, new weapons and armour can be crafted, giving you new tools to reach beyond the limits of the map.Then at night, things become much more dangerous as The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores’s survival elements come into play. A fearsome beast roams the land, emerging to prey on your villagers. You have to keep it at bay by optimising your resource, community and defence management skills to survive the night.It should be noted that this is an early access version of the game, and therefore bugs may be present and features may change dramatically with new updates. The free Android version of The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores includes the ability to play up to Day 10 (in-game time) before having to pay for the full version via in-app purchases. It’s priced at $4.99. You can also pick it up on the iOS App Store for the same price.Read our list of the best strategy games on Android.
3、A new story event is currently underway in Pokemon Masters EX. It's called the Eccentric Electrician and it will be running until the 15th of October. It will focus on the newly added Sync Pair of Volkner & Luxray.This Story Event will follow the Prize Box structure that has previously been seen in the Ho-oh event. This is where players will compete in a series of battles to earn Prize Coins which can then be spent to earn items from the Prize Box.When players have pulled the Grand Prize, they'll be able to move onto the next Prize Box pool. The rewards on offer include Skill Spheres, 5-Star Scout Tickets, Tech Move Candy Coins and other Training Items that are used for making your Sync Pairs more powerful.Alongside this new story event, Volkner & Luxray have been added to the game. They will have their own Spotlight Scout that will also run until 15th October. The duo will already have their Sync Grid expanded and have the ability to be raised to 6-Star EX.They will be a Tech Sync Pair with Thunder Fang and Wild Charge as attacking moves. Beyond that, they will also be able to use Electric Terrain to electrify the battlefield. This synergises with another of Luxray's abilities, Make Some Sparks! This raises Luxray's attack and guarantees a critical hit but will also raise the accuracy of allied Sync Pairs if the field is Electric Terrain.Aside from this, DeNA has also announced that there will also be new Main Story Content heading to the game on 8th October.Pokemon Masters EX is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.Looking for a more traditional RPG experience to play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPadKemco's latest RPG is called Blood of Calamity and it's out now on Android at the sale price of £3.99 / $3.99 (rather than £7.99 / $7.99).It takes place in a fantastical version of ancient Japan in a land called Hoshu Washin. It's a land ruled over by four clans and where humans live among Yokai (demons).You play as Kenshiro, the the ruler-in-waiting of the Totsuki clan, as he sets out to avenge his clan who were attacked by mysterious beings wearing Oni Masks.Along with Kenshiro's friend Tatsuo, you'll wander the towns and villages of Hoshu Washin in search of the offending Yokai.Along the way you'll enter into turn-based battles but can use Clan Specials to get the advantage. These are powerful attacks that you have to charge up and that unleash a variety of effects when performed by different characters.Plus, you can place Mandara during battles, which allow you a boost to stats and abilities during the fight.Of course, you'll also want to level up your characters outside of battle in order to learn new abilities. And new rewards can be had for completing side quests.