Wings of Osiris: Genesis is a newly released flight combat game available now over on Google Play. According to the store description, it sees you assuming the role of a character called David, a former air force commander. He’s thrust back into action when a rogue AI called ‘Judgement’ decides to have a crack at taking over the world.There’s not a whole lot of footage out there at the moment, though what I’ve seen looks fairly typical of the genre. You’ll duck, dive, and roll your way through a series of on-rails encounters against futuristic enemy ships and drones. There are special powers to utilise in the heat of battle, including homing missiles, straight missiles, and speed boosts. You can also expect boss fights aplenty and ‘easy to learn’ touch controls.It boasts 7 distinct ship types to select from, each of which can be upgraded as you progress. In the trailer below, we get to see some of the 7 locations you’ll visit on your adventure. These include a desert area, a city, and some snowy mountains. Beyond the main campaign, there’s also a survival mode to try out.
1、That shall prefer and undertake my troth."
4、"You'll stay right here with me, Anne-girl," said Gilbert lazily. "I won't have you flying away from me into the hearts of storms."
1、Like a child that's been playing in muddy puddles, Checkpoint Champion has just brought its dirt-skidding time-trial racing to Android.It was released on iOS last month and picked up a Bronze Award in our review."Behind the bright cartoon graphics lurks a black heart of pure gaming evil, and for some that makes Checkpoint Champion essential," we said.For the most part, it's a game that pits you against time and terrain. You squelch through pud, splash through water, and skid on tarmac to beat each challenge.If you fancy giving it a shot, you can download it for free on Google Play right now.But kept cold distance, and did thence remove