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Fancy a new hack-and-slash RPG straight from Korea to sink your time into? Well, you're getting one and it's called Blade: Redemption.Publisher 4:33 Creative Lab is bringing it over to the west on iOS and Android later this year. And, apparently, it has the backing of Line and TenCent.But enough of that talk. What's this game all about? Oh, it's the usual: hacking through demons with over 100 huge weapons and in as little clothing as possible.There are 80 single-player dungeons to get through as well as an "Infinity Dungeon" that offers 100 rounds of boss battles. It also has competitive PvP if that's your kinda thing.Apparently, Blade: Redemption was the fourth highest grossing game worldwide on Google Play when it was released in South Korea in May 2014. Make of that what you will.We'll let you know when the game arrives over here for iOS and Android.Touched by Grace and Plug In Digital have released a digital adaptation of the board game The Tree today for iOS, Android and Steam as a premium title. The physical version of the board game was created by Simon Harvard and published by Asyncron before being digitised for mobile devices. The Tree is a strategy game that apparently the whole family – so long as everyone is over 10 years old - can enjoy where each player takes on the role of a guardian spirit tasked with protecting a magical tree. There are four different trees in the game that are inspired by popular folklore from around the world including Brocéliandre forest, Native Americans, Vikings and Medieval Japan.Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity review - "A breathless and wild button-masher"Each player will have a series of cards and guardian spirits to play that can either help their own tree grow or slow down the progress of the others. According to the developers, it will be integral to your success to use each of these cards at the correct time.Rabbids Coding! Mod Rabbids Coding! Mod APK 6.0 Features:Unlock all levelsDownload Rabbids Coding, a fun educational App, accessible to all and completely free to learn the basics of programming.The Rabbids have invaded a spaceship and trashed everything! Thanks to the lines of code, give your instructions and regain control of the situation.This App is for everyone over 7 years old. It was created to raise awareness of digital practices and to reach as many people as possible, whether it be in the family, at school or with the help of associations and media libraries.The App teaches the basics of programming and algorithmic logic. It introduces the notions of sequential programming, loops and conditions. No prior knowledge of programming is required to play.
"I have had as much experience with him as you, Mrs. Doctor, dear, have I not?"
Sometime a blusterer that the ruffle knew
His real habitude gave life and graceCartoon Network and Adult Swim sweetheart Samurai Jack is now confirmed as heading to iOS when Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time releases for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch and Apple Arcade this Summer.While the console versions and PC versions were announced earlier in the year, the iOS version was originally due to be announced today - we can confirm. However, an early refresh on the Apple Arcade page revealed that it, as well as World's End Club (Izanagi Games), Next Stop Nowhere (Night School) and The Last Campfire (Hello Games), would be releasing on the Apple Arcade service soon.As it turns out, we've been talking with Adult Swim Games for quite some time, originally having them onboard for our Pocket Gamer LaunchPad event earlier on in the year. Due to some scheduling conflicts, we weren't able to run the news at the time. However, what with everything going on, we're happy to showcase an exclusive developer diary from Soleil Game Studios, the core-developers of the upcoming action game.That said, we should clarify that it is Novarama (who you might know as the creators of Invizimals) who have been handling the Apple Arcade version of the game.As you can see from the footage below, retaining the core of the Samurai Jack series was integral to the design choices behind the game, in so far as there are many scenes from the series, including several sequences with Aku and The Scotsman that you'll see interlaced with the developer diary we've got for you below.
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS