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&#;We see a lot of games during the course of an average Pocket Gamer Connects developer event. Our most recent was in Helsinki. And one indie title we were able to play was an ambitious RPG from Polish crew SoDigital.

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1、Originally released back in August, Man Vs Missiles has received its first substantial update which brings a whole host of new content to the game.First up there are four new planes available, each with their own different stats that slightly affect the way you play. Two of these new planes are only available if you are a VIP, which costs a hefty £9.49 a month, so I don't blame you if you're giving that a miss.On top of that, you'll also have a new purple missile to use in combat. This new missile is incredibly powerful and packs a big punch too. If you've played the game before you'll know it from enemy helicopters who occasionally launch them in your direction.�

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3、�Minecraft- Pocket Edition is now available on Windows Phone. By my count that brings the number of games you might want to play on the platform up to three. Way to go Windows Phone.Of course it shouldn’t come as a surprise, since Microsoft bought Minecraft developer Mojang earlier in the year.If you haven’t heard of Minecraft before, well, I just don’t know what to do with you. The game is all about building things in giant procedurally generated worlds.Or, if you’re me, it’s about digging giant caverns and then getting stuck in the dark.The Windows Phone version of the game will set you back £4.99 / $6.99 [buy] and you can grab it from the Windows Phone Store right now.

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1、Just days after teasing Chapter Four, it's been announced that Bendy and the Ink Machine is coming to consoles later this year including Nintendo Switch. YESSS! #BendyandtheInkMachine is coming to consoles later this year!! :D#PS4 #XboxOne #NintendoSwitch #BATIMhttps://t.co/BAa3JRFPn0— Bendy (@BATIMgame) January 29, 2018 If you've got no idea what I'm talking about or why you should care, Bendy and the Ink Machine is a first-person survival horror game. Much like Cuphead, its character art style reflects that classic sort from the 40s/50s and is deceptively innocent-looking at first.Of course, spend a couple of hours with that creep, Bendy, staring at your with him unshakable grin and things'll start getting freaky. Like, The Shining creepy except with ink instead of blood.I'll be curious to see whether BatIM releases on consoles alongside the fifth and final episode, or whether theMeatly Games will bring it out sooner. Personally, I'd rather wait and get the full thing in one package rather than play through four episodes and wait for the final one, but that's just me.According to the team's official Twitter, there will be both physical and digital copies available on release. Whether that'll include Nintendo Switch, I don't know. We'll just have to wait and see.Do nothing without a regard to the consequences.

2、Between Clash of Clans, Boom Beach and Forge of Empires, mobile gamers have plenty of places to turn for their base-building strategy fix, but the genre’s newcomer Mad Rocket: Fog of War promises to add something new to the ever-popular category.The game, which has been doing the rounds in soft launch for a while, has just gone live on mobile devices worldwide and there’s plenty for build-em-up fans to sink their teeth into.�

3、Knotmania looks both great and gross to me. It'll be out on iOS this autumn.It looks great as it's about untying knots and makes good use of the touch controls. The gross part is due to the strings you untie coming to life when you touch them to resemble tentacles or snakes.The game has 55 rooms containing each of the procedurally generated knots. You have a time limit to free the sentient strings and get a better score for doing so in as few swipes as possible.It should be worth replaying levels to beat your score too. As not only are the strings procedurally generated but they react differently to your touch each time.To encourage competition, Knotmania will have Game Center leaderboards divided into Score, Levels, and Golden Tangle.Following up to my previous article on Overwatch's potential development for Switch, we've got good news for some and bad news for others.It's not been ruled out, but for now Overwatch is definitely not being developed for the Switch for a good reason.After being approached by The Express, Jeff Kaplan said that getting the game on the platform would be a challenge - especially to balance it with their current workload across PC, PS4, and Xbox One."I think the problem is, we've really targeted our min spec in a way that we would have to revisit performance and how to get on that platform," said Kaplan. "And also, it's already challenging right now maintaining three platforms and patching simultaneously, which is something that we've finally been able to achieve."Currently, working to fit the needs of both Microsoft and Sony is challenging for Blizzard, but throwing Nintendo's needs into the fray would then add another level of complexity needing to be balanced. We'd hate to see the currently platforms suffer as a result.What do you guys think of it - could Overwatch work on the Switch? Let us know in the comments below.

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