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    When the world is under siege by mutant space monsters, and a peace offering of a year’s supply of mochi ice cream won’t work, it’s time to fight back. Thankfully, in the chibi-fied world of Cosmic Eggs, plucky heroes (like you) are rushing to the rescue.�Vectronom is a rhythm-based puzzle game from German developers Ludopium that looks incredibly hypnotic, psychedelic and headache-inducing all at once. It's available now for iOS and Android.The core concept of Vectronom is getting a little bouncy cube through increasingly difficult levels where you have to move in time with the beat, so you'll want to grab a pair of headphones for this one. The level around our cuboid hero will change with the beat of the music too, which means if you don't quickly get in tune with the soundtrack you'll find yourself a victim of death by gravity.As you can see from the trailer below, it's not just the world that changes with the music, the colours also frequently switch with the beat as well. So it's probably best avoided if flickering images give you headaches or if you have photosensitive epilepsy.

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    But yield them up where I myself must render-&#;If you've ever wanted to try out drift racing, here's your chance with Torque Drift, coming this year from Grease Monkey Games.The game will pit you in tandem battles against players in a similar rank, racing first in a lead run, then a second time in a chase run, where you'll have to beat your opponent's lead run, and points will be awarded for drifting skills.

    Breath of Fire is quite the popular franchise in Japan so when the next numbered title, coming after Breath of Fire V on PS2, was announced people were angry to find out that it was only coming out on mobile and PC.Indeed, as a turning point for the franchise, it was announced back in 2013 that Breath of Fire VI: Guardians of the White Dragon would be released on PC, Android and iOS later that year.Well it took a lot more time than anticipated but the game's now officially launching this week in Japan.The game's still an RPG that you can play in single player, following the epic tale of the Dragon clans. You'll then take part in combats with your party of heroes and use every skill at your disposal.��

    Den of Geek has reported that Nintendo is in search of a level designer for a new Legend of Zelda game. The news comes thanks to a job posting on the developer's Japanese website.The listing notes that the position involves creating dungeons and enemies all the way from design to implementation, but also that candidates should have experience on console games, which suggests that this new title will be aimed at the Switch.The job call also mentions that candidates should be able to communicate in Japanese, so maybe don't go rushing to apply just yet, unless you have a good grasp of the language.There's little else to go on at this point, but even the prospect of another Zelda game going into development is exciting. We'll update if we hear any more details.�Joycity's latest gaming endeavour is Crossfire: Warzone that will see the popular Crossfire making a return as a tactical simulation game. It's available to pre-register now for Android devices ahead of its launch in 166 countries. Pre-orders for iOS will open at a later date.This tactical take on the popular FPS franchise – which was enjoyed by over 100 million players – will see players hiring 25 different characters that they might recognise from the PC original. From there they will command helicopters, military vehicles and soldiers in a mixture of PVP and PVE battles.

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