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    Or forced examples, 'gainst her own content,<p>Devil's Peak Fury is an endless racing game with a post-apocalyptic aesthetic from John Hilliard. He worked on the game in his spare time outside of his regular development job. It's available now for iOS as a free-to-play game.</p><p>Devil's Peak Fury will see players hurtling across mountain wastelands in never-ending races where survival is just more integral than winning since that's not actually possible. The road players will be testing their skills on is called Devil's Peak and it's littered with enemies, obstacles and wanton destruction.</p><p>The only option isn't just to avoid enemy vehicles though, it's possible to fight back with different explosive weapons such as missiles and bombs to eliminate opponents. However, the amount available to you is finite per run and players will need to exchange fuel for munitions in the trading post, which is gained by driving further.</p><p>Aside from weaponry, there will be a nitro boost that will prove useful for speeding past enemy vehicles as well as dodging their incoming attacks. The game itself has two different control options for steering the Mad Max inspired vehicles. They are digital or analogue which is on-screen buttons or tilt controls, if you want to be reminded of earlier App Store games.</p><p>There are also other unlockable cars to collect that require a set high score or total distance overall. They will each have their own stats for engine, boost and boost time.</p><p>The game itself is based on one of the developer's previous game Devil's Peak Rally which has had around 1 million downloads since it first launched way back in 2012. Of course, that didn't have weapons or an art-style reminiscent of Mad Max.</p><p>Devil's Peak Fury is available now over on the App Store. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for a more traditional racing game? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad&#;

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    Treasure Fort- puzzle,shooting Mod Treasure Fort- puzzle,shooting v 0.1 Mod Features:Enter the game to give a lot of moneyTreasure Fort is an intense platformer with mixed action, puzzle, shooting, and adventure.Use your brain to solve the puzzle and find the Magic Potion to save the king. The goal of the game is to find the hidden magic potion inside the castle full of tricks and mysterious puzzles and enemies.Treasure fort is an action shooting & adventure game fun is based on storyline. You will have great experiences with many levels of emotions from anxiety, nervous with the challenges to burst into joy when you win.Always keep ready your weapon for the ultimate action game.Treasure Fort combines the adrenaline of platform-style games with theaction of 2d shooters.Game Features:- Easy and Simple 2d puzzle & shooting adventure game.- Fun for all ages.- Enjoy the Puzzle- Simple and highly addictive gameplay- Play without the internet- Various puzzles will challenge the mind.- Free to Play the offline shooting gameIt is a free fighting game to download and play. Let's download and experience these adventure games and share them with friends right now!This fighting game will bring you to the most awesome adventures andI believe that it will give you more good times and amazing experiences. You will be addicting these action games.newcoolmathgames.com&#;"You'll see what he's like outside when I take him down. As for what he's like inside only the Lord who made him knows THAT. I'm not going to say another word, for every receiver in the Glen is down."

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    <p>Our previous Editor, Glen Fox, sadly left Pocket Gamer in the new year, but we're delighted to be welcoming Ric Cowley into the team as the big ol' boss man.</p><p>Ric, if you're not familiar with the name from his impressive list of reviews, previously worked at our sister site, PocketGamer.biz, as Deputy Editor. He'll be bringing Pocket Gamer up and away in this next leg of its journey, including guiding the site in its long-awaited relaunch later this year.</p><p>Though he's been with Steel Media professionally for over two years, and was an intern with the company before that, he previously wrote for publications such as SCAN: Student Comment and News, GamingLives, and snapped up an English Language degree at Lancaster University.</p><p>"I'm delighted for Ric, who has been a strong member of the editorial team for several years and will be awesome in the new role," says Steel Media CEO Chris James. "There can be few editors in 2018 who know as much about mobile gaming, plus he's young, hungry, and ready to light a fire under our market-leading consumer mobile games site and push PocketGamer.com to the next level."</p><p>"We're thrilled to see Ric Cowley take on the editorship of PocketGamer.com," said Steel Media COO Dave Bradley. "He's risen through the ranks and proved his worth with years of front line editorial on Steel Media websites, and he's ready to bring his expertise and experience to our flagship brand."</p><p>Anyone who follows him on his personal Twitter will know of his taste for obscure indie games as well as his ultimate favourites: Alto's Odyssey, Neko Atsume, and Egg Inc.</p><p>While we're celebrating, since we've nabbed Ric for ourselves Steel Media has just hired two amazing new staff writers. Louise Saul will be in charge of news and features, with a focus on PCGamesInsider.biz, and Iain Harris will be setting up shop as PocketGamer.biz's new news and features writer. Congrats, guys!</p><p>Please join us in congratulating Ric in his new role. We know Pocket Gamer will truly come on in leaps and bounds under his care, and we're excited to see what the future will bring.</p>��

    <p>Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has said that Nintendo could release both paid and free games on mobile, because "different payment systems suit different kinds of software".</p><p>But, in a Q&A session with investors, Iwata acknowledged that "games with a one-time payment system have not been doing a great job on smart devices," and expressed concerns that the low prices of mobile games can devalue premium games.</p><p>So, Nintendo (and partner firm DeNA) will primarily focus on free games. Just don't call them 'free to play' around Iwata.</p><p>"We do not want to use the free-to-play terminology that implies that you can play games free-of-charge. Instead, we use the term 'free-to-start,' as this term more aptly describes that at the beginning you can start to play for free".</p><p>From that point, you'll be able to spend real world cash on in-app purchases. Iwata wanted to assuage fears that "Nintendo might shift to the notorious business model that asks a small number of people to pay excessive amounts of money and that Nintendo’s brand image might be hurt".</p><p>"Please understand that Nintendo will make its proposals by taking into consideration what Nintendo really should do with this new challenge".</p><p>We might have seen an example of how Nintendo will avoid manipulate monetisation practices already. In Pokemon Rumble World for 3DS, there's a hard limit (of about $40) on how much real world cash you can spend.</p><p>Nintendo's first mobile game is due out this year. "We are not planning to release many game applications from this year to the next," Iwata says. Instead, time will be spent turning those few games into long-running services.</p>��

    <p>Several virtual reality game announcements have surfaced following the unveiling of Samsung's Gear VR headset for the Galaxy Note 4: Land's End, Temple Run VR, Omega Agent, and more.</p><p>Now, nDreams has added two more games to that list with Gunner and Perfect Beach, projects of completely contrasting nature that both take advantage of virtual reality's diverse potential.</p><p>Gunner is an action-packed space combat sim that can be played without a controller. If you can turn your head to look at oncoming enemy ships, you can engage in virtual space battle.</p><p>VR could open the door to new ways of making games physically accessible for more players, and Gunner might be a prime example of that.</p><p>Not just that, but the graphics look pretty cool. Take a look at the trailer below.</p>�&#;

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