Today we learnt that indie game publisher, Abylight Studios, will be bringing Qbics Paint to the Nintendo Switch later this year.By making use of the Switch's touch screen, you'll 'become a sort of Michelangelo' by sculpting blocks with your own finger to reveal the Qbics hiding beneath. As well as shaping the blocks, you'll also be able to paint and customise them by using a 24-colour palette.Use the Creation Mode, to sculpt and paint freestyle on your own Qbics. Or, if you're feeling more artistic, you can edit those you've already unlocked and set them against a variety of stock images.With four game modes to play around in, more than 50 models to unlock and empty spaces to use, and stress-relieving gameplay to enjoy, it's a game available to all skill levels.By using the touch screen primarily, however, it's likely that you won't be able to play the game when docked.
After a bit of a short soft launch back in November the MOBA Star Wars: Force Arena is out now on iOS.In Star Wars: Force Arena, you'll take on your adventures with a hero - either from the Imperial or Rebellion side - and lead a team of iconic characters into real-time PvP battle against other players, including new favourites from the recently-released Rogue One.Either strategise alone or invite friends to join up to fight in Guild mode and defend your chosen faction. Your skills will be put to the test as you assemble customs card decks, pairing powerful duos such as Han Solo and Chewie to boost effectiveness in combat.Check out the game free-to-play on the App Store or Google Play now.kanpo.cc
Then she went away, leaving Anne and Gilbert alone together with their dead.
BARRIERS SWEPT AWAY
THE LIFE-BOOK OF CAPTAIN JIM
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS