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Android 遊戲下載网<p>As noticed on Reddit this morning, it looks like Mushroom Wars 2 is on its way to Switch.</p><p>Mushroom Wars 2 is a popular real-time strategy available on iOS, Android, and Steam. In it, you'll have to consider the best tactics to split up your tribes of orange mushrooms (offensive) and purple mushrooms (neutral) to attempt to take control of the battlefield.</p><p>It builds on the core gameplay of its predecessor and brings us new abilities, a story-driven campaign of over 100 missions, 12 characters, and four tribes to lend yourself to: Shrooms, Proteus Aliens, Shii'Mori Amazons, and Grim Necromancers.</p><p>Though there's been no huge announcements just yet, the Switch logo is now in plain sight on the official website, and consider its flexibility between single and online/local multiplayer, it'd be a pretty good fit for the portable platform.</p><p>What do you guys think? Would you be interested in seeing Mushroom Wars 2 on the Switch, or are you not that fussed?</p>
Updated on October 24th at 18:50: Seabeard's publisher Backflip Studios got in contact to let us know that the soft-launch is not exclusive to Canada.<p>Yep, it's available in the Mexican and the Netherlands App Store, as well as Canadian one.</p><p>If you have an iTunes account tied to any of those countries you can download the game for free right now.</p><p>Original story follows...</p><p>Hand Circus and Backflip Studios have soft-launched Seabeard in the Canadian App Store.</p><p>Seabeard? Yes, Seabeard. It's a big seafaring adventure with a bit of an Animal Crossing vibe coating it with a pleasant cartoon glean.</p><p>PG editor Mark had a good rummage around inside Seabeard back in April, and he hasn't stopped smiling since.</p><p>"It's huge, so any description of what you actually do here just degenerates into an unwieldy list of verbs," he said. "Even with all that, though, it somehow manages to feel intimate and cosy."</p><p>You can gather a crew, each of whom possess different abilities (fishing, digging, battling), acquire pets, trade with townsfolk who all have their own daily routines, and go on a huge adventure.</p><p>It has been nearly a year since I went hands-on with Cadence. Back then, it was already an elegant and playful music-based puzzler. In fact, I thought it was almost finished.</p><p>So it was surprising to find that creator Made With Monster Love has just put Cadence on Kickstarter to seek £25,000 in funding. Is it not nearly finished, then?</p><p>It seems it's getting close. But the Kickstarter isn't to fund what makes up the core of Cadence - its creators want to try something else with it.</p><p>"With all the elements in Cadence, might it be possible for us to build an entirely new way of making music? Could Cadence be a creative tool that anyone can use -- novice or maestro?" it reads on the game's Kickstarter.</p><p>Yep, what Made With Monster Love want to do is create a way for anyone to create actual music with Cadence, rather than just solve musical puzzles.</p><p>This requires that players can form levels and compositions with ease. This is where a lot of the funding will go, it seems.</p><p>The studio also reckons it has ideas to include "more music theory and production without losing the intuitive appeal of Cadence."</p><p>Part of this taking Cadence in this new direction is getting the game into more hands so that you and others can determine where it is taken.</p><p>So, if you fancy supporting Cadence's further development as both a musical puzzler, and a digital instrument in of itself, have a look at its Kickstarter.</p><p>The plan is to bring Cadence to PC and iPad by early 2016.</p>
The Lion and the BoarUpdated on April 13rd, at 9:10: Running with Scissors says that Amazon has changed its mind, and Postal is now available on the Appstore. You can get it here for £1.49 / $1.99.<p>The game is still not available on Google Play.</p><p>Original story follows…</p><p>Google Play is not the only shop that refuses to have retro murder sim Postal on its virtual shelves. Developer Running with Scissors says the Amazon Appstore has also rejected the game.</p><p>In an email, posted on the developer's Twitter account, Amazon says "Your application contains content that violates our content guidelines" and points to an approvals FAQ page that offers some pretty vague advice.</p><p>"What we deem offensive is probably about what you would expect," says Amazon.</p><p>Interestingly enough, you can easily buy the PC version of Postal on Amazon proper - either on a disc in the UK or as a digital download in the US.</p><p>Next stop for Running with Scissors? The Humble Store. While you're waiting, read up on the history of games getting banned, censored, and regulated.</p>
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