Clan N, the arcade brawler from Cremative is getting a release on iOS and Android devices soon.Set in a world with an ancient Far East theme, the game is about Clan N, an ancient samurai group sworn to protect the realm from those who seek to destroy it. The four group members consist of the ninjat? wielding ninja Akira, the staff-striking Reina, the dual sword swinging Daiki, and the sickle slashing monk Tarou.After years of training to the craft, each character uncovers their own special unique magical abilities to help them fight against the forces of evil. Akira shoots pulse-filled lightning bolts, Reina controls the ground with vicious earthquake shocks, Daiki swirls up brutal tornado waves, and Tarou can call for the help of Dragons.Clan N is a fast-paced beat ‘em up which combines classic arcade gameplay with the modern action of today’s brawlers. You must dodge, block and use an array of different attacks to progress, ensuring that each attack is carefully thought ahead for success. There are seven different levels, divided into more than 50 subsections, and featuring a diverse range of enemies. This is also accompanied by bosses and casual mini games integrated into the main crux of the gameplay.
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3、Virtual reality developer nDreams is 'gearing' up (pun-tastic) for the launch of Samsung's anticipated virtual reality face case, and has announced that it's epic space shooter Gunner will be available as a launch title.Oculus is onboard with Gunner as a co-publisher, so you can expect to be hearing a lot more about it once the VR race finally - hopefully - kicks off this month.Deadly artillery and patriotic justiceGunner puts you in the cockpit of an orbital weapon turret as you attempt to defend the Earth against legions of space invaders.Given that this is a virtual reality experience, you're fighting in a fully three-dimensional 360-degree arena as you attempt to pluck enemy spacecraft out of the sky with your array of turret-mounted lasers.Rather unexpectedly, nDreams has devised a system that lets you play the game with the Gear VR headset alone, so you needn't worry about shelling out for a controller on day one. It all works using the headtracking that's built into the Galaxy Note 4, leaving your hands free for other things.As we're expecting with a lot of Gear VR titles, Gunner is something of an extended demo that serves as a tutorial and brief intro to the full game, which will arrive along with the Oculus storefront sometime next year and will include a more complete storyline and alternate game modes.We don't have an exact release date for the game, as Samsung has yet to let the shop shelves know when they can expect the first delivery of Gear VR units, but we'll keep you posted on both fronts.