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    <p>Tower defence sequel Cursed Treasure 2 is all about defending your gold from those goody-good heroes.</p><p>You're a grouchy king, fed up of your treasures being stolen, so it's time to prevent any more of it going missing. Yep, Cursed Treasure 2 puts you on the side of evil.</p><p>The so-called "Warriors of Light" - Knights, Druids, Pirates, and Ninjas - enter your domain with gold coins sparkling in your eyes.</p><p>All you have to do is smash their will and bodies by placing your evil towers in tactically advantageous positions to stop the blighters.</p><p>As you progress through the game's 21 levels, the Black Market Goblin will sell you more spells, and your Evil will grow more powerful.</p><p>So, if you're fed of being on the side of good, consider checking out Cursed Treasure 2 when it appears on the UK and US App Stores at midnight.</p><p>It'll cost you £1.99 / $2.99.</p>�<p>Having just released the third instalment of action-packed Shadow Fight, Nekki already has eyes on its next big project. You may remember 11x11, a browser-based football manager game launched by the Russian developer in 2008. Despite making the transition to mobile only last year, it faces a dramatic overhaul ahead of 2018’s World Cup.</p><p>The first 11x11 on mobile sticks faithfully to the browser game’s guns, even down to the retro 2D graphics. The throwback theme hasn’t dissuaded players - the game has been downloaded over a million times since its release. Even so, Nekki will celebrate its home country’s first time hosting the World Cup by flinging 11x11 kicking and scoring into the 21st century. Gone will be the pancake-flat footy shirts floating around a snooker table. Instead, players – with limbs and everything – will run around on freshly mowed pitches fully rendered in glorious 3D. There will even be real-time PVP matches. It’s a whole new ballgame.</p>

    �<p>Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, one of the best virtual reality games I&rsquo;ve ever played, is set to make its grand debut on iOS and Android on August 1st. It&rsquo;s an intense co-op party game where one player is tasked with defusing a bomb while the others attempt to talk them through the process using manuals (either digital or printed) that only they can see.</p><p>It&rsquo;s basically trying to replicate that clich&eacute; movie scene where someone who&rsquo;s never disarmed a bomb before has it all explained to them over the phone by an expert. The only difference here is that the folk on the other end of the phone aren&rsquo;t experts, they&rsquo;re your daft friends.</p>Each eye that saw him did enchant the mind;

    �<p>Do you want to be part of a disgusting undead horde?How a bout the last survivors fighting against them in a ravaged city? Those are the questions that World Zombination opens with.</p><p>So yes, you could draw similarities between it and, say, Left 4 Dead in that it has zombies-versus-survivors multiplayer. But World Zombination is not a first-person shooter.</p><p>Instead, it's played from an isometric view, and is much more of a real-time strategy game.</p><p>It has 50 single player missions that are procedurally generated for you to take on.</p><p>It's also massively multiplayer so you can play with friends, form guilds to go on raids, and fight thousands of other online players.</p><p>If you're playing as the undead horde, you spawn zombies to attack the survivors, mutating some of them into more powerful beasts as you become more powerful.�

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    ��<p>It's only taken several months, but the Nintendo Switch will soon be getting its first video app. <p>????Nintendo Switch niconico????!Nintendo Switch???????https://t.co/OuOADTJOu9 pic.twitter.com/aj3GZWOl1m— [email&#160;protected]????? (@nico_nico_info) July 12, 2017 Niconico is a Japanese video streaming app very similar to YouTube, the main difference being that user comments are displayed directly over the livestreams. It was also the first video app introduced on the PS Vita.</p><p>Though Nintendo stated that streaming services would be coming in time, there's still no word and no sign of the likes of YouTube, Netflix, Twitch, Hulu, or anything on the way. Hopefully Niconico is just the beginning of the Switch's multipurpose capabilities.</p><p>Sadly, this one's for Japan only so unless you've got a Japanese Nintendo account, you'll have to sit this one out. It launches on the eShop this Thursday, July 13th.</p>

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