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1、Crunchyroll Games' latest title, Princess Connect! Re: Dive, is now available for both iOS and Android following its announcement back at the start of December. The game previously launched in Japan in 2018 and saw some success there. It has proven to be a highly anticipated RPG globally too, with over 800,000 people pre-registering their interest since then. That means the milestone of 500,000 pre-registrants was comfortably reached so players will receive 1000 jewels to celebrate the game's launch alongside a further 2100 for hitting that target. Jewels are the in-game currency that players will be using to unlock new characters and other items.You better like roadkill as you'll be seeing plenty of it if you play Crossy Road after it comes out tonight.It's an endless arcade "froguelike" (Frogger and roguelike). That means you'll be tapping your screen to transport chickens, frogs, unihorses, and penguins across traffic-filled roads.That's as perilous as that should sound. But it's made easy due to the simple controls: swipe to move left and right, tap to move forward.It's also not as grim as seeing a flattened badger along the M5 due to the blocky, Minecraft-esque visuals that make death almost cute to behold.The last thing to note is that it's free to play. Hold your snake tongues, though, as the IAPs only let you purchase the different animals early, which are cosmetic changes.You can earn them in-game fairly and squarely with some determination and hard work.You can download Crossy Road for free on the UK and US App Stores at midnight. Just remember to look both ways.
2、Recommend: Download Dead Target Mod APKUpdated on October 20th, at 12:08am: If you were wondering how a platformer can be gross and charming at the same time, you can learn now through Eggggg's vomit-based platforming.The colorful, two-button platformer is available for £1.49 / $1.99 on iPad and iPhone. An Android version is coming next week.Its selling point may not be particularly inspiring, but Hyper Games' upcoming title Eggggg is looking pretty good. Oh, and it'll be on iOS and Android later this month.Eggggg is a game about vomit. No, seriously, it's about vomit. This super gross yet somewhat endearing two-touch platformer is inspired by games such as the Super Mario series, where the worlds are full of secrets to explore and discover.On their forum page, the developers wrote "Eggggg has lots of hand-crafted levels in several different worlds, each with their own mechanics and visuals. We try to respect the players' time and want to have fewer levels that all feel unique and interesting, rather than 100s of levels that feel like more of the same." Whereas some of you guys may not like that idea, it's definitely a nice touch to pay more attention to the details rather than the amount shoved into the game. Quality over quantity, and all that jazz.The Spanish illustrators, Brosmind, did a bang-up job with the visuals as they feel almost reminiscent of Adventure Time, finished off nice and cleanly in bright-coloured levels. Well, before it all gets coated in various forms of luminous 'the morning after' vomit.Eggggg is coming to the App Store on October 20th with Google Play's debut happening on October 27th. We're still not completely sure whether the game will be free-to-play or premium, but we'll update you when we know.
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3、Nintendo’s already started distributing Piranha Plant DLC codes for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but you could very well miss it if you aren’t careful. The e-mail from Nintendo isn’t very clear, so it’s quite easy to just delete the message like you would any average piece of promotional spam.To receive the code, you must register your copy of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with Nintendo. If you’ve already done that, carefully comb your inbox for an e-mail that looks like the default auto-message you receive any time you register a game. The subject line reads, “Thanks for your purchase of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game.”