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3、<p>Concrete Jungle combines all the complexity of a city management sim with the accessibility of a tabletop deck-building game.</p><p>Structures come in the form of cards, which you place on a grid to build up your city.</p><p>The city itself is presented in detailed, isometric blocks, in the style of classic management sims.</p><p>It isn't a matter of just laying down blocks, though. A point sysem and different demands from residents will require different planning strategies, making the game increasingly difficult.</p><p>Concrete Jungle is currently on Kickstarter. It's already passed its very modest goal of £3,000, but still has nearly a full month left.</p><p>Its campaign states plans for PC and Mac development, with Android and iOS a possibility later down the line.</p><p>If you want to see that happen, you can consider backing it on Kickstarter here.</p>
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- <p>Lots and lots of reviews of the Apple Watch have just poured in like a million notifications, all bleeping at us at once.</p><p>Most of them have spent the past week with it and have written up similar impressions of the high-tech wristwear. Common criticism include it being expensive, fiddly to set-up, and can be very distracting when you don't want it to be.</p><p>But it's also described as being the best smartwatch right now. However, it's not good enough to convince anyone who doesn't want this latest wearable tech to invest in it.</p><p>No doubt you want to be informed as possible to what the general opinion of Apple's next piece of stylish tech is ahead of its April 24th launch.</p><p>So, to further help you out, we've picked out the most pertinent bits of the various reviews for you to read.</p><p>You'll find those below...</p>The New York Times<p>"What’s most thrilling about the Apple Watch, unlike other smartwatches I've tried, is the way it invests a user with a general sense of empowerment. If Google brought all of the world's digital information to our computers, and the iPhone brought it to us everywhere, the Watch builds the digital world directly into your skin. It takes some time getting used to, but once it clicks, this is a power you can't live without."</p>The Wall Street Journal<p>"The big reason many people—even many Apple fans—will skip the Apple Watch is that it’s too new. There isn't yet a world of apps and services beyond Apple’s own, with independent developers' sparks of genius showing us all the things a smartwatch can be."</p><p>Bloomberg"The watch is not life-changing. It is, however, excellent. Apple will sell millions of these devices, and many people will love and obsess over them. It is a wonderful component of a big ecosystem that the company has carefully built over many years. It is more seamless and simple than any of its counterparts in the marketplace. It is, without question, the best smartwatch in the world."</p>Mashable<p>"Apple Watch does as much, maybe more, than competing smartwatches, but it doesn’t demand that you pay attention to it. It also succeeded in its most important task: Getting me to keep my iPhone in my pocket. That’s a pretty impressive feat."</p>The Verge<p>"There’s no question that the Apple Watch is the most capable smartwatch available today. It is one of the most ambitious products I've ever seen; it wants to do and change so much about how we interact with technology. But that ambition robs it of focus: it can do tiny bits of everything, instead of a few things extraordinarily well. For all of its technological marvel, the Apple Watch is still a smartwatch, and it’s not clear that anyone’s yet figured out what smartwatches are actually for."</p>
- <p>One of the most exciting games to rear its head in the Nindies Showcase was definite the eagerly anticipated SteamWorld Dig 2.</p><p>
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<p>Incorporating quick thinking and strategy skills, publisher ZPlay’s new release, Inner Circle, is sure to be a hit with the brain-training crowd. Utilising a striking colour scheme with a simple interface, the layout allows for players of all ages to try their hand at this delightfully infuriating title.</p><p>The premise of the game revolves around lining up rings of varying colour to match the ‘inner circle’ to a time constraint, which increases in intensity with each given level. Players must tap the screen to rotate the colour ring, then swipe to shrink it quickly, gleaning more points for speed.</p><p>Boasting 250 levels of different rules and progressive challenges, Inner Circle is ideal for players who want to consistently flex their cognitive muscles. Like an indie version of Tetris, the game is all about staying on your toes and ensuring you’re always one step ahead.</p><p>Nifty features include a variety of playing modes designed for protecting eyesight during play, with a night time display mode altering the colour scheme accordingly as to not overwhelm.</p><p>Additionally, there comes an Arcade mode, in which you can play indefinitely until your fingers fall off or your eyes give out. With Inner Circle’s addictive nature, this isn’t beyond the realms of possibility...</p>
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