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Stunt Car DerbyMOD (Unlocked All) v1.18.4
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    <p>We've known for a little while that HTC would be showing off a war-set first person shooter at Computex, but now that two videos have appeared online, we can confirm that it'll be set in WW2.</p><p>HTC's booth is set up with sandbags and a backdrop to resemble the in-game environment. This, combined with the way the HTC Vive works means that what you're seeing people do in real life is what their character is doing in VR.</p><p>Gameplay seems simple. Players bed down behind the sandbags, and hold off approaching enemies from different weapons. No word on exactly what weapons there will be, but there's clearly a Thompson in the on-screen footage.</p><p>You use the positional tracking of the Vive's hand controllers to hold your weapons, in addition to tossing grenades down the street.</p><p>At the end of game there's a brief logo flashing up for a developer, Fantahorn Studio, which seems to be the name of the internal developer.</p><p>From what you can see of the screen, before that stage the street gets completely torn apart in a hail of gunfire and explosions.</p><p>It's not clear at this point whether the game is destined for full release of if it is simply intended to be a tech demo as HTC experiment with what can be done but either way there's a good chance it'll show up on Steam at some stage.</p><p>Similarly it's unclear how deep the game goes - is this the sole level, or is there a series of levels of tower defence gameplay with you playing the role of human tower?</p><p>E3 is right around the corner, so if they've got anything else up their sleeve, we'll likely see it then. Hopefully we'll see it then. I love shooters.</p>�The stories like Moonborn-what can be sexier and more seducing than the vampire romance with the motive of saving the human race at the same time. Try to balance yourself between the good and the bad within yourself, and enjoy much more vampire fun. Sails In The Fog (a story full of romance, Sensuous moments, curse, revenge, and fun).you are saved by a group of pirates. Now you also need to prove yourself and help them as an Aztec curse has fallen on them.

    <p>Asmodee Digital has taken over the publishing rights of Pathfinder Adventures from Obsidian Entertainment. Why is this interesting?</p><p>Because it means one of the best card games on mobile is now under the same banner as a whole bunch of the other best card and board games on mobile.</p><p>If you've not played Pathfinder Adventures, then you've been missing out. It's a brilliant condensation of Pathfinder into a card game.</p><p>At review we called it "a decent digital port that frees players from fiddly overhead, leaving them to admire clever mechanics and addictive gameplay." Then we gave it a Silver Award.</p><p>You can click this link right here to go and download the game right now on iOS. Or if you'd prefer, click this one to go and download it on Android. Don't say we're not good to you.</p>Union is strength.Have emptied all their fountains in my well,

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    Now, The developer made geometry Dash SubZero MOD APK with many changes. Rhythm has changed during the level gameplay. The same psychology is that players need to catch the rhythm of the level. So need to travel many hours using the bounce feature. The players need to play skill to complete the level. Not easier to complete the level by following the lyrics and rhythm. The developer of the game will add many interesting tremendous obstacles in upcoming levels. So be careful to face the surprise obstacles. Reflex is the primary matter to cross any problem in the game. Sometimes the obstacles will appear unexpectedly, so you need to cross like a reflex.<p>My Arcade, one of the biggest names in retro gaming devices, has got three new products up for pre-order today &ndash; the Dig Dug Pocket Player, the Bubble Bobble Pocket Player, and the Rolling Thunder Micro Player.&nbsp;</p><p>All three devices are officially licensed and of unusually high quality for this sort of thing. Looking at the pics, they've clearly been lovingly customised to fit the theme of their game, and the Pocket Players boast a 2.75&rdquo; backlit screen, 3.5mm headphone jack, and front-facing speakers.</p><p>The Dig Dug Pocket Player features 8-bit versions of both Dig Dug and its sequel, Dug Dug II. They of course challenge you to work your way through underground, monster-filled tunnels. It also includes The Tower of Druaga, a bonus game where you navigate mazes to save a fair maiden from the evil demon who hunts her.</p><p>The Bubble Bobble Pocket Player includes 8-bit versions of both the original game and its nigh impossible-to-find sequel, Bubble Bobble Part 2. And now, for the first time ever, you&rsquo;ll be able to enjoy Rainbow Islands: The Story of Bubble Bobble 2 which sees you travelling across a varied selection of lands to save the Rainbow Islands.</p><p>Last but certainly not least is the Rolling Thunder Micro Player, a 6.75&rdquo; mini arcade cabinet with a 2.75&rdquo; screen, full volume control, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Under the hood, it's pretty much the same device as the Contra Micro Player that we talked about a while back, though it's obviously rocking a Rolling Thunder theme instead.</p><p>If you like the look of any of these devices, you can pre-order them now over on the official My Arcade site. They&rsquo;re all priced at $34.99, and they&rsquo;re currently slated to ship on August 5th, so lovers of retro games/tech thankfully don&rsquo;t have too long to wait.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.�

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    <p>I think it's evident that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the most beautiful and brilliant games in recent history, and its DLC offers up that extra bit of excitement.</p><p>With the DLC (pack one) on the way this week, Nintendo's done something pretty cool to help count down to Friday 30th. Each day one of the hardworking visionaries behind BOTW will be releasing blog posts featuring information related to the upcoming DLC.</p><p>Let's take a look at what's coming.</p><p>June 29th - Majora's MaskOn this, the final day, before DLC pack one's release, BOTW's Producer Aonuma, is chatting about Majora's Mask.</p><p>Like the appearance of Tingle, the cursed mask first came to light in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Aside from creeping us out, especially at night, Majora's Mask has one very useful function, as Aonuma explains.</p><p>"When you acquire this mask in the Master Trials and equip it, it has the effect of making minor enemies like Bokoblins, Moblins, and Stal enemies think that Link is part of their group, so that they won't attack Link. (Although Kilton might complain: "You're hurting my business!") If you're not good at combat, I recommend you try this mask out."</p><p>June 28th - Tingle's OutfitThe fourth day brings us closer to the seat of Tingle's outfit as Game Designer, Shirakawa, talks us through what this'll bring to the story.</p><p>First appearing in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, Tingle gathered an unexpectedly large fan following consisting of people who love him and people who hate him.</p><p>Shirakawa says, "Tingle's not your typical Nintendo character, and if we wanted to create a game with him as the main character, then we were going to make him do and say things typical Nintendo characters would never do! That's the goal we set for ourselves, and it was...very...challenging. But one thing is clear: Tingle made his mark on the world of Hyrule, and now Link is dressing up as Tingle! I'm so proud!When you wear all 3 pieces of Tingle's Outfit together, they grant you the "Night Speed-Up" effect. So please try on Tingle’s Oufit and run around at night."</p><p>June 27th - Midna's HelmetOn the third day of Nintendo's countdown Art Director Takizawa takes centre stage to talk about Midna's Helmet. If you're not caught up with the DLC, Midna's Helmet can be found in one of the chests hidden in the world of BOTW - good luck finding it.</p><p>Initially appearing in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Midna was Link's partner. It was the first time a 'buddy' character had been created in the franchise that would stick by Link AND battle with him, side-by-side.</p><p>When writing about the helment, Takizawa says, "The actual Midna's Helmet was the physical manifestation of extremely powerful shadow magic passed onto the royal family of an alternate world, but when Link equips it in the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild game, it will add "Guardian Resist Up" to Link's defense."</p><p>Though the helmet will be pretty useful against Guardians, Mr. Takizawa suggests you use it while exploring the world with Wolf Link...which would be very, very badass in my opinion.</p><p>June 26th - The Master TrialsIn The Master Trials you can earn the armour of a Phantom - a type of knight which appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass and The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (Nintendo DS). In those games, the armour worn by the knights doesn't take damage when attacked from the front.</p><p>"One of our initial ideas was to include a type of gameplay that would let you sort of play tag with unbeatable enemies in dungeons. In the finished game, Link would actually die with just one attack from a Phantom, so it required Link to advance through The Temple of the Ocean King by hiding from them and sometimes using traps to his advantage," Iwamoto, Assistant Director of BOTW said. "Come to think of it, that's somewhat similar to his relationship with Guardians, isn't it?"</p><p>This time around you can don the Phantom armour and it'll increase Link's attack power. Apparently there are other armours (like Tingle and Midna) based on previous The Legend of Zelda games, but we'll have to wait to find out about those.</p><p>June 25th - Korok MaskInterestingly, the Korok Mask is styled after the Koroks in 2002's The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (GameCube).</p><p>"During development, we started saying things like, "It would be fun to discover something if it were placed at a location like this, don't you think?" Initially, we placed some random rocks in spots like these, just as an experiment," Fujibayashi, Director of BOTW states. "...we concluded that simply placing rocks somewhere isn't intriguing or challenging enough to be rewarding, even if you were to find them. Instead, we suggested hiding some small creatures there for the finding. So that's how these Koroks, who would normally only live in Korok Forest, ended up scattered across remote areas of Hyrule."</p><p>As for the Korok Mask's purpose in this wild world, aside from looking like one of the family hidden Koroks will actually begin to shake if you walk past its location, giving you more of an insight as to where to find it.</p><p>Uprooted Software, who you might know for their fossil-hunting AR app ARcheology, have been working away on exceptional arcade experience Lure for quite some time now, and we're very pleased to be the first to announce that the game is now live on the App Store.</p><p>So, what is Lure? Well, it's a game all about deftly dodging and ensnaring your foes, somehow surviving against greater numbers as you trick them into imploding against red-hot orbs. As the game progresses you'll even unlock a NewGame+ which features a timing challenge to it as well. It is all about arcade sensibilities. When you make a mistake it feels like your own and, with new mechanics introduced at a steady pace, there's a genuine feeling of success as you push through trickier, almost impossible-seeming, scenarios.</p>�

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