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Updated: The trailer didn't quite make it, but we will have exclusive content on our livestream which starts from 5PM UK Time. See you there!<p>One of the few mobile announcements to grace the recent flood of digital showcases was that 11-bit studios would be bringing over their action rpg sweetheart Moonlighter to mobile.</p><p>We've been talking with 11-bit studio about the upcoming mobile port, and have managed to sit down with the game as it stands, in order to bring you some exclusive information at Pocket Gamer LaunchPad.</p><p>Firstly, we can talk about the UI as it currently stands. Moonlighter's previous releases were definitely optimised for controllers, which was definitely well represented with the screen layout: never afraid to show you your weapon options at any point in time. The UI has a major redesign to reflect the shift to touch controls, with a very cool touch-to-move-to control brought in - rather than a digital joystick - which means that it works well on smaller screen sizes, without players blocking off corners of the screen with waiting thumbs. </p>
<p>Nintendo have detailed Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's version 3.0 update. It's a free update which will release tomorrow, and will launch alongside the first challenger pack which centres on the Persona series, specifically Persona 5's Joker.</p><p>The free update, however, is stuffed full of new things and adds a lot of community features to the popular brawler.</p><p>Firstly, Smash Ultimate will be receiving a stage builder. It's not the first time the series has had a level creator, but it's definitely a lot more fleshed out than the Brawl version. Players can use the Nintendo Switch Handheld Mode to draw platforms onto existing backgrounds, they can also add in moving elements and background effects using a layer system. These effects can deploy as the battle proceeds — so you can create levels which transform as the fight goes on.</p>
<p>Mobile VR isn't a particularly celebrated genre, but Ubisoft is giving it a shot with Virtual Rabbids: The Big Plan, coming soon to Google Daydream.</p><p>In Virtual Rabbids, a few tricky Rabbids have stolen and scrambled up top-secret nuclear safety passwords. It's up to you to travel to different locations and uncover the missing digits.</p><p>The Daydream's controller will make interacting with the environment around you much more effective and natural, and with a bunch of different elements to mess around with you may have some entertaining situations and puzzles to look forward to.</p><p>Unfortunately there's not much information available on the game as of yet. Its teaser trailer doesn't reveal much, other than to let us know that the same style and humour will be present - oh, and that it'll be coming out in 'spring'. We'll keep you updated when we know more.</p>Mergy: Merge RPG game - PVP + PVE heroes games RPG(Mod Menu)<p>Two years after the original game from Xigma Games made the jump from PC to mobile devices, The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores is now available on both iOS and Android. The iOS version came earlier this year, while the Google Play edition is available from today.</p><p>It’s a town survival management sim where you’re put into a procedurally generated map and tasked with exploring the land and sea for resources which you can use to build a community. As you continue your adventure, you find other cities you can trade with and new dungeons to explore for valuable loot.</p><p>It’s also important to utilise every unique member of your community, as each one comes with their own generated stats for attributes like strength and agility. You’re responsible for responding to their every need, having to feed them when they’re hungry or heal them when they’re hurt, and if you manage to keep them happy you’ll watch them level up. As your community gets stronger, new weapons and armour can be crafted, giving you new tools to reach beyond the limits of the map.</p><p>Then at night, things become much more dangerous as The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores’s survival elements come into play. A fearsome beast roams the land, emerging to prey on your villagers. You have to keep it at bay by optimising your resource, community and defence management skills to survive the night.</p><p>It should be noted that this is an early access version of the game, and therefore bugs may be present and features may change dramatically with new updates. The free Android version of The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores includes the ability to play up to Day 10 (in-game time) before having to pay for the full version via in-app purchases. It’s priced at $4.99. You can also pick it up on the iOS App Store for the same price.</p>Read our list of the best strategy games on Android.
MISS CORNELIA ARRANGES MATTERSA BAT who fell upon the ground and was caught by a Weasel pleaded to be spared his life. The Weasel refused, saying that he was by nature the enemy of all birds. The Bat assured him that he was not a bird, but a mouse, and thus was set free. Shortly afterwards the Bat again fell to the ground and was caught by another Weasel, whom he likewise entreated not to eat him. The Weasel said that he had a special hostility to mice. The Bat assured him that he was not a mouse, but a bat, and thus a second time escaped.
<p>Well, that didn't take long. Crimsonland HD has been released on iOS only a few weeks after its soft-launched in Canada.</p><p>This is the remastered HD version of the classic top-down shooter that was recently released on PC and PS Vita.</p><p>It's beautiful in its simplicity (and bloodiness).</p><p>You enter sprawling arenas armed to the teeth. You then try to survive wave after wave of aliens, mutant lizards, giant spiders, and other gross creatures.</p>Captain Jim listened in amazed silence while Gilbert said what he had come to say. Anne, who knew how the old man worshipped Leslie, felt quite sure that he would side with her, although she had not much hope that this would influence Gilbert. She was therefore surprised beyond measure when Captain Jim, slowly and sorrowfully, but unhesitatingly, gave it as his opinion that Leslie should be told.
A HUNTSMAN, returning with his dogs from the field, fell in by chance with a Fisherman who was bringing home a basket well laden with fish. The Huntsman wished to have the fish, and their owner experienced an equal longing for the contents of the game-bag. They quickly agreed to exchange the produce of their day's sport. Each was so well pleased with his bargain that they made for some time the same exchange day after day. Finally a neighbor said to them, "If you go on in this way, you will soon destroy by frequent use the pleasure of your exchange, and each will again wish to retain the fruits of his own sport."LESLIE DECIDES
<p>1Button is back with another elegant but tricky puzzler called Quetzalcoatl tonight (you may remember its previous puzzler Bicolor).</p><p>The title of the game refers to the feathered serpent of Aztec mythology, if you were wondering. Which means that, yes, this is a puzzle game that contains snakes.</p><p>Well, sort of. They're not like the snakes in Sushi Snake. These ones don't have heads, nor do they eat each other as in that game.</p><p>The snakes in Quetzalcoatl are more abstract. But they have the slithery movements of snakes, and that's enough to trigger my phobia of the creatures.</p><p>That aside, Quetzalcoatl has 180 "carefully designed" puzzles for you to solve. You grab a snake's head or tail and then match the coloured dots on its body to the background tiles.Or monarchs' hands that lets not bounty fall
There was something so infectious in the rollicking tunes which Captain Jim played that very soon Marshall Elliott's feet began to twitch. He had been a noted dancer in his youth. Presently he started up and held out his hands to Leslie. Instantly she responded. Round and round the firelit room they circled with a rhythmic grace that was wonderful. Leslie danced like one inspired; the wild, sweet abandon of the music seemed to have entered into and possessed her. Anne watched her in fascinated admiration. She had never seen her like this. All the innate richness and color and charm of her nature seemed to have broken loose and overflowed in crimson cheek and glowing eye and grace of motion. Even the aspect of Marshall Elliott, with his long beard and hair, could not spoil the picture. On the contrary, it seemed to enhance it. Marshall Elliott looked like a Viking of elder days, dancing with one of the blue-eyed, golden-haired daughters of the Northland.