<p>Skyward has the look of a Monument Valley rip-off but it's not.</p><p>The only similarity between both games is that they each take cues from the impossibly geometry of M. C. Escher. That, and they're both rather pretty to look at.</p><p>Skyward isn't a puzzle game like Monument Valley. It's actually an endless climbing or walking game.</p><p>It gives you two circles to control that each represent a foot. When one circle is on the ground the other circles around it.</p><p>You have to tap to place the other foot on the ground. If you miss the ground then you fail and have to start again. So it's a game about timing and perception.</p><p>It can get pretty tense if you try to get into a rhythm as it's easy to mess up as the angles of ground constantly change.</p><p>The higher you go the more patterns you unlock to climb up, too. Many of these have moving platforms, making your task even harder.</p>Skyward has challenge, looks, and a progressive reward system. If that appeals to you then you can download it for free on the UK and US App Stores at midnight.
<p>Nexon's latest MMORG Spiritwish is available now for both iOS and Android. The game was originally slated for a mid-October release, so it's a little later than previously scheduled but I'm not sure anyone is splitting hairs over a week or two.</p><p>Set in the land of Kavela, players will set out on a journey to gather several ancient relics that will give them the power to defend their homeland. You see, a war broke out that meant these relics were lost during battle which allowed evil monsters to rise up and attack the kingdom. Carelessness with trinkets cost them dearly basically.</p><p>In Spiritwish you'll be able to control three different characters at simultaneously. So unlike in most MMORPGs where you'll have to decide if you want to be a damage dealer, a tank or support, here you'll be able to handle all of those roles at once.</p>Hollywood Story: Fashion Star
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<p>Though today is supposed to be the day we see GoNNER on the Switch, unfortunately the release has been delayed for an unknown period of time. <p>I'm sorry to inform you we had to push the release a bit more, so it's not coming out tomorrow, I still don't know the final date tho! :(— D!TTØ (@dittomat) June 7, 2017 GoNNER is a touch-as-nails, procedurally generated platformer with roguelike elements. It may sound intense but the story is actually pretty sweet as you join Ikk on a quest to cheer up his land-bound whale friend, Sally.</p><p>Aside from the story and the pretty, 2D graphics, the rest of the game is pretty much one endless funeral. You'll kill lots of things, and lots of things will kill you, but it's not made to feel unfair. The Steam reviews alone can tell you that.</p><p>There's no further release date for the game, but it's good of the team to sort out the 'technical issues' before fully launching their game. We'll let you know when things are back on track.</p>
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