<p>A day ahead of schedule, Coatsink has announced that their hand-drawn platformer, Shu, is launching digitally early next month on PlayStation 4 and PC, and on PS Vita later on in the year.</p><p>In a not-quite-3D world, you're on the run from a malevolent and relentless storm as you run, jump, and glide your way up an ancient mountain. Guide Shu over a series of obstacles and help him escape the end of the world.</p><p>Shu is beautiful in so many ways that it's hard to look at it without watching the trailer again and again. Not only is Coatsink's use of colour and lighting very striking, especially when the terrible storms start rolling in, but the environmental design is vastly interesting, taking on a Rayman Origins-esque mashup of 3D levels and 2D characters.</p><p>On the 4th October you can buy Shu on PlayStation 4 and PC for £9.49, with its Vita release happening in Q4 of 2016. However the game does support PlayStation's cross buy feature, so no worries about double-buying for a handheld platform.</p>Steampunk Defense Premium Mod Steampunk Defense Premium Mod v2.0.3 (Mod Money) Features:Mod MoneyGet ready for steampunk battles! Defend your lands against evil invaders! Your team will consist of modern snipers, gunners, rockets, ice towers and other great things. A deep conflict has been brewing between you and the evil invaders. Fight to protect your freedom and liberty. Fight on tropical islands, in mountains, and in deserts. Command your steampunk iron troops and find the best defense strategy to become number one in this awesome TD game with epic battles in jungles. ★★★ Steampunk Defense ★★★ Awesome tower defense with great units and characters ★ Epic battles ★ 3 Powerful Heroes ★ Lots of soldiers, tanks, and guns. ★ 3 islands with unique levels that allow you to fully defend and have the full battle experience ★ 6 unique guns ★ Unique and fired-up enemies ★ 24 defense levels in tropics, deserts and jungles ★ Enemies from infantry to aviation ★ Upgrade your units in the labaratory★ Multiplayer modeTower defense has never been so extreme and beautiful. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! [email protected]
<p>Happymagenta's next free to play twitchy action game is called Fist of Fury. It'll be out on September 23rd for iOS.</p><p>Fist of Fury is simple: you punch or you are punched. That's what the game is all about.</p><p>You stand in the middle of a four-way platform from which armed ninjas approach in every direction.</p><p>Ninjas move a square at a time towards you, and when one of them is a square away from you, you can swipe in that direction to punch them.</p><p>If you don't, they'll move in and punch you instead, which is Game Over.</p><p>The longer you survive the ninja onslaught the quicker they approach you. It gets very tough very quickly.</p>
<p>Square Enix has brought the last of the Zenithia trilogy to iOS and Android. Yep, Dragon Quest VI is now available to purchase for £10.99 / $14.99.</p><p>While the original Dragon Quest VI was released 20 years ago back in 1995 for the SNES, this mobile version is based on the 2010 DS port.</p><p>This means that the slime-sliding minigame that was introduced in the DS port is available in this mobile version. It's essentially like playing the winter sport curling except using a slime instead of a stone.</p><p>But that's only a distraction from your main quest. You play as a hero as he sets out to save the world from an evil after being told he's the only one who can by a mountain spirit.</p><p>You head off on a party-based adventure, planning out turn-based battles, moving between the real world and phantom world, and recruiting slime friends to battle in the Slimopolis arena.</p><p>You can purchase Dragon Quest VI on the App Store and Google Play right now.</p><p>This week at GDC, Oculus held a special event to reveal Minecraft in VR. Only this time it wouldn't be for the high-end Oculus Rift as we’ve previously seen, it was in fact for the Gear VR.</p><p>As part of the event I was able to enter the block filled landscape of Minecraft on the Gear VR. Not only did it look and feel excellent, being quick, responsive and beautiful to look at, but it was hard to tell that you were only playing this on your phone, and not some high-end PC.</p><p>However, Minecraft on the Gear VR may have far wider reaching implications for the future of VR when it is released this Spring. At least that’s what Oculus VR chief technology officer John Carmack, one of the men behind the iconic first-person shooters Wolfenstein 3D, Doom and Quake, thinks.</p><p>Both when taking the stand to address the gathered press, and when talking with him one to one, Carmack was very keen to focus on how mobile VR will be the driving force in VR for quite a while to come. In fact, he already believes that the Gear VR is superior to other VR devices, thanks to its portable nature, and the ability to completely turn in a 360 degree motion.</p><p>That’s on top of its extremely affordable price point of $99. All of which Carmack believes makes the Gear VR the perfect first step for many into virtual reality, and the unique experiences only it can bring.</p><p>He also believes that just like in the early 90s when the First Person Shooter genre was breaking new ground, virtual reality is the perfect place in the industry to be right now. This right now is a genesis point for VR, a place which is all about new experiences and ways to play, and as such no longer predictable. And for Carmack, mobile VR is the perfect place to experience this, and from where to grow VR and all of the various experiences it brings.</p><p>Nevertheless, having Minecraft on the Gear VR is a massive boost for the platform, and one that will bring many into the VR fold. In fact, Carmack went as far as to say that in the year where VR finally goes mainstream, Minecraft for Gear VR “is going to be the most important game in VR this year.”</p><p>Nowadays Carmack has completely dedicated himself to the development of VR for mobile devices, believing that mobile VR will pave the way for millions to experience virtual reality. After both personally speaking with him, and having tested out various Gear VR games this week at GDC including Minecraft, it’s hard to argue with his analysis.</p>
<p>Many games have aimed to offer a full, fleshed-out RPG experience on mobile, and while some have succeeded in this obviously ambitious endeavour, I think it's fair to say that too many remain hamstrung by overly simplistic design, a dearth of imagination, or monetisation woes.</p><p>Developer Megaphemeral's Emergent Fates is the latest title to come along with this lofty goal, and it's said to be primarily inspired by classic Japanese RPGs. You can expect turn-based battles aplenty, extensive levelling and customisation systems, and a seemingly lengthy tale revolving around parallel universes and our heroes' battle against the forces of fate.</p>
As per the name, Archero is the Archery kind of Android game, where you’re supposed to enjoy the free Archery modes inside an animated gaming interface. If You’re a great lover of Archery gaming modes, then Archero will make you feel astonished since here you can’t only enjoy the simplistic Archery. But also, You’ll have the incredible weapons and classic missions to complete for earning rewards.
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