2、City Island 5(Unlimited Money)
3、Updated on August 6th, 2015 at 16:29: We reached out to Dropforge who confirmed that Loot and Legends will launch on Android and that new content is already under development."Yes, we are planning an Android launch for Loot and Legends and have an active roadmap in general to include more language translations, localized content and play modes."We'll keep you posted on that Android release date.
2、Every day here at Pocket Gamer we like to let you know about a brilliant mobile game that might have passed you by. It's our way of ensuring you're only ever having the finest mobile gaming experiences - we don't want you playing bad games on your phone or your tablet after all.Today's choice is the gorgeous-looking and slick-as-all-hell Dust: An Elysian Tail. You'll find out in a moment why we think it's worthy of the accolade, but while we've got your attention why not click here to check out the latest lists and opinions in our features section.Dust: An Elysian TailEssentially Dust is an action RPG that sees you hacking and slashing your way through a series of levels. There's exploration to be done too, and more than a few moments throughout the game's run time that are going to leave you with your jaw on the floor - seriously, it's that good.While it's a port, this is no slapdash effort. The game doesn't play quite as well on mobile, but the controls are by no means a deal-breaker. Add in some of the best looking cartoon graphics we've ever seen, a massive world to discover, and some of the best 2D fighting we've ever played, and you can see why Dust: An Elysian Tail has received this award.
3、Sam Barlow’s follow-up to his smash-hit mystery puzzler ‘Her Story’ is easily one of the most highly anticipated mobile games in years. And, good news – as spotted by a member of our App Army – the game finally has the firm release date of August 23rd, with pre-orders now live on the App Store.The gameplay of Telling Lies will be instantly familiar to anyone who’s played Her Story. It sees you sifting through an NSA database to uncover the links between four different characters. The idea is that they’re all somehow embroiled in one large lie, with 96 smaller ones on top for you to work your way through.I reckon you can expect plenty of twists and turns along the way, and (as Dann pointed out back in March), it’ll be interesting to see how the characters act considering that they don’t know they’re being watched.