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Heroes & MagicMOD APK (Unlimited Money) v1.1.1
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Time:2022-08-09

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    <p>Apple has joined up with the charity (RED) and a whole bunch of iOS developers to launch the Apps for (RED) campaign, an initiative to raise money to fight AIDS.</p><p>The big news is that Monument Valley has been updated with a new level, which will apparently end the story of the game. It's available for 69p / 99c. It's called Ida's (RED) Dream, and 100% of the purchase price goes to the charity.</p><p>Clash of Clans has introduced a new Pile of Gems (RED) IAP, and Rayman Fiesta Run has added a bunch of new costumes. All of the money you spend on them will go to (RED).</p><p>Threes! Will donate all of its purchase price to the charity until December 7th, Angry Birds has a couple of new (RED) themed things to buy, and Puzzle &amp; Dragons does as well.</p><p>FIFA 15 Ultimate Team also has a new (RED) IAP, as well as a tournament challenge that lets you compete to unlock Rafa Márquez.</p><p>There are none-game apps involved as well, so it's worth heading over to the App Store to see what's what and how you can make a difference. If you don't like buying things, there's a donate button on the Store as well.</p><p>The various promotions will run from today until December 7th, but there's more going on as well. This Friday, November 28th, US iTunes shoppers will receive a special (RED) gift card with certain purchases.</p><p>And on December 1st, World Aids Day, a portion of every sale at Apple's retail and online stores will be donated to (RED).</p>��

    <p>Bulkypix's Car Breakers hits the App Store tonight. And by "hits," I mean that it will crash into a nearby wall and fling itself head-first onto iOS.</p><p>This is a game about crashing cars. But not just that. Your goal in each level is to fling a crash dummy through the windscreen so that it hits a target.</p><p>You need to choose the right car and hit the right speed when crashing it, so that the dummy gets the right angle to reach the target.</p><p>These targets, by the way, include the jaws of dinosaurs, a chess piece, and lots of cubes.</p><p>It has three worlds, plenty of cars, and different dummies for you to work your way through.</p><p>You'll be able to purchase Car Breakers for 69p / 99c on the UK and US App Stores at midnight. </p>Path of Titans&#;<p>Controller specialist Hori is releasing a pad for iPad and iPhone. It's got lots of buttons, it's called the Horipad Wireless, and it looks like a cross between a 360 controller and a Dual Shock.</p><p>You can find a lot more information about the pad at Hori's official site by clicking right here. It's all in Japanese though unfortunately.</p><p>The pad appears to come with a stand that lets you prop up your iPhone or iPad. It looks like the pad has been designed with Monster Hunter in mind as well, which is no bad thing.</p><p>Whether the Horipad Wireless will make it out of Japan remains to be seen, but we'll let you know as and when we find out.</p>

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    <p>Dinosaurs with guns is a premise so great that it spins the dial from cool to stupid and back again. The latest game aiming to do justice to the idea is Dino Squad, a 6v6 multiplayer shooter from War Robots developer Pixonic.</p><p>At launch, you'll have an army of 17 man-eating dinos to pick from. These guys are split into three weight categories, and they each boast their own combat styles, perks, and explosive weaponry. From velociraptors to the mighty T-Rex, there seems to be a decent variety of Cretaceous kings and queens to play as.</p>&#;<p>Over the weekend, Lineage 2: Revolution showed off a big new feature with the help of some awesome cosplayers, streamers, and special guest Conan O'Brien.</p><p>

    &#;<p>Three-quarters of the way into 2016 and the VR headset battle is almost on. Though Vive and Oculus had a head-start earlier in the year, PlayStation's Morpheus is going to be the biggest threat given its retail-worthy price.</p><p>However if you haven't seen in the news recently, the HTC Vive is looking to pull away from the pack by banishing its intrusive headset wires in favour of an easy-breezy wireless version. Though it stands out in quality, its room-scale experience is thwarted by a nest of wires connected to the back of your neck like an odd, alien umbilical cord. But given its partnership with Quark VR, we may not have long to wait before we can stop feeling like Rapunzel trying to make her way through a dark room.</p><p>We're awaiting Quark VR's product reveal with bated breath as they announced that they're close to having a working prototype. Trading in wires for Wi-Fi, the solution so far seems to be an extension connecting to the wires already inside the headset. You'll then pop a transmitter in your pocket and voila, you can stream wirelessly from your PC to the headset.</p><p>At least, that's the idea. Given the specs needed to run a wired Vive, the Wi-Fi can struggle to pass the information across fluidly, creating a little bit of delay/lag. This is definitely a no-no for any VR experience. Not only does it break immersion but it'll most likely make you sick as a dog.</p><p>We'll have to wait and see what happens over these coming months. From the looks of things we may be getting a demo as soon as this season. Wouldn't that be something?</p><p>[Source]</p>�

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