<p>A new week has started, which means it's time for us to select another #gameoftheday. What does that mean? It means every week day we choose an awesome mobile game that you might have missed, and tell you why we think you should be playing it.</p><p>Today is no exception - and our pick this Monday is the brilliant baseball board game adaptation Bottom of the 9th. While we've got your attention, click here and you can check out all the other games that have been awarded this prestigious and hash-tagged award in our #gameoftheday hub.Bottom of the 9thI don't really like or understand baseball, but even so Bottom of the 9th is one of the most interesting board games we've seen on mobile for a while. Not only does it take the framework of the physical game and make it digital, it also adds some RPG-style elements that let you build your team of ballers over a season.</p><p>The core of the game is rolling dice - whether you're fielding or batting, the dice are going to decide the outcome of your actions. Bottom of the 9th manages to capture the tensions inherent in baseball, all the while letting people without an encyclopaedic knowledge of the sport enjoy themselves as well. That's exactly the sort of balancing that made us think it was worthy of a #gameoftheday nod.</p><p>There’s a whole lot of Broken Age news coming in.</p><p>First off, act 2, which wraps up the two-part adventure game from Double Fine, is coming April 28th.</p><p>Besides its current platforms of Windows, Mac, Linux, Ouya, and iOS, Broken Age is also making its Android debut as a full game.</p><p>The PS Vita is also getting Broken Age as a full game, complete with cross-buy and cross-save for the PS4 version.</p><p>Finally, act 2 will be a free update for iOS players who purchased the first act.</p><p>Our review of Broken Age gave it a Bronze Award for its charm and good writing, docking some points for “obvious puzzles.”</p><p>Double Fine raised over $3 million USD on Kickstarter to fund Broken Age in 2012.</p>
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3、<p>On the fifth anniversary of its release, a new trailer for the acclaimed indie puzzler Fez reveals that the game is bringing its level-rotating gameplay to the App Store in 2017.</p><p>An iOS version was mentioned as early as 2013, but news about the game on mobile has been relatively nonexistent for years.</p><p>The enigmatic puzzle platformer takes place in a 2D world shattered by a third dimension, letting you explore and leap through its colorful worlds by rotating environments to reveal other planes. One common example is how leap too far to jump could be shrunk by rotating a level until the platforms are adjacent.</p><p>Mysterious ciphers and head-scratching secrets that demand pen and paper to decode expand the story and gameplay beyond the puzzle platforming. There's no release date for Fez beyond "coming soon" this year, so we'll be sure to update you when more concrete details are available.</p>So it fell out that Marilla and Mrs. Rachel Lynde and the twins came to Four Winds for Christmas. Marilla had the face of a woman who had circumnavigated the globe. She had never been sixty miles away from home before; and she had never eaten a Christmas dinner anywhere save at Green Gables.