The Herdsman and the Lost Bull
The Google Play Store opened up a new section recently called Games You Can Feel.On display are games like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Vice City, Angry Birds Friends, Hero Siege, Trials: Frontier, and more, all featuring haptic feedback technology from Touchsense Engage.Haptic feedback adds tactile effects to touch-based gameplay, which touch technology company Immersion says is in demand.There are 15 games in total, including several titles that were highly rated here on PocketGamer. Most are also free.Check out the Games You Can Feel Promotion on Google Play now.
Like fools that in th' imagination setRecommend: Download Specimen Zero Mod APKThis is a bit of a surprise. Square Enix has announced that its long-running MMORPG Final Fantasy XI will be heading to iOS and Android.The company has joined up with Nexon to bring in what it is referring to as the era of the "MMMRPG;" that is, a Massively Multiplayer Mobile RPG.As Final Fantasy XI was originally released for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 2 back in 2002, its control systems are designed for keyboards and gamepads.So this mobile version will have a speedier, enhanced battle system designed for the touchscreen. Efforts have also been made to ensure putting a party together is easy enough to do.Siliconera reports that there will be Linkshells (a way to maintain communication with people), a guild system, and new "dynamic events."It seems that this mobile version of Final Fantasy XI will retain most aspects of the original game. One notable difference is that solo play is being made easier.However, what hasn't been revealed is if it will connect with the same servers that the PC and console versions run on.What we do know is that it will first be tested out in Japan and South Korea. It will then be coming to the US, Europe, and other parts of Asia.Siliconera
Of paled pearls and rubies red as blood;
Which may her suffering ecstasy assuage,
After already gaining massive success with its Chinese release in 2018, last week the post-apocalyptic survival sim LifeAfter landed on iOS and Android devices here in the West. In it, players are tasked to scavenge for useful supplies, team up with others, and populate camps – all in an effort to outlive the viral outbreak plaguing a ravaged Earth.LifeAfter has already been lauded for its smart blend of classic survival elements – reminiscent of such games as Don’t Starve and State of Decay – along with realistic, console-quality environments. The game certainly grabs the eye regardless of the mobile device it’s played on, inspiring players even more so to hunt, gather, and build while travelling across LifeAfter’s many desolate locations.How you choose to survive in LifeAfter is entirely up to you. There’s the ability to form teams, seek out roommates, and join camps that prove useful for harvesting and cooking your own crops. Everything you do contribute to what the game refers to as your “friendliness level”, which when fully upgraded unlocks further special in-game content and rewards.This being the post-apocalypse, LifeAfter is fraught with various threats outside of hunger you’ll also need to contend with. Luckily, building up to a private camp of up to 80 other players can increase your chances against them – especially when tasks like collecting resource for the Caravan or inspecting the safety of Camp by joining a patrol team can pay so handsomely.
Following the Nintendo Spotlight, and a heck of a lot of announcements, we're going to get a better look at Super Mario Odyssey at Treehouse Live and it looks pretty great.From the interview with Yoshiaki Koizumi and Kenta Motokura, the theme of 'going on a journey' is a core part to Super Mario Odyssey, but there's still that element of surprise hiding between the layers (hence the T-Rex). However, the surprise was also balanced with an emotional familiarity that's cute from the Mario series.Motokura explains that the overall story of the game is that you take over different enemies/object by throwing your hat and taking over whatever being it lands on. The city itself is inspired by certain Donkey Kong elements, but more information will be revealed in time.From the gameplay, things are looking pretty tidy. You don't take fall damage even if you jump from the tallest building (so long as you've got something to fall onto), you can wall-jump, swing from bars, climb various surfaces, and more. You've got three hearts, but dying in-game doesn't amount in much punishment as you'll only lose ten coins.Mario can also throw Cappy - his hat - by using the Joy-Con's motion controls which is a really neat effect. In terms of coins, there are two types. The purple triangle sorts can be found in the Desert Kingdom and can only be used here. The yellow coins can only be used in New Donk City.One of the coolest features is the pipe transitions which then change Mario from a 3D figure into a 2D figure who can still work his way around a 3D environment. It's a very nice touch.There's a lot that can be said about Super Mario Odyssey, but I'll include a link to the video once it's available so you guys can see if for yourself. It'll be coming out on October 27th 2017.
"Owen loves your beauty, Leslie. Who would not? But it's foolish of you to say or think that that is all you bring him. HE will tell you that--I needn't. And now I must lock up. I expected Susan back tonight, but she has not come."
Just think, how much fun it will be to be simulated as Marvel’s hero—making a team of your, choosing from Marvel’s heroes your characters and involving them according to their skills in destroying enemies bases and towers. And in the process, you will win rewards and points, which can be used in upgrading characters and their powers. But if you want to upgrade enough, you need more money, and that problem is solved through minor modifications in the game. So, it provides you with infinite money.
Updated on November 14th, at 9:55PM: Explore political intrigue and privacy in the story-driven Replica, now available on iOS.The unique puzzler challenges you to search through an unknown phone to discover evidence of terrorism, in a story that explores themes of privacy and surveillance.Replica costs £1.49 / $1.99 on the App Store.