<p>Joycity's latest gaming endeavour is Crossfire: Warzone that will see the popular Crossfire making a return as a tactical simulation game. It's available to pre-register now for Android devices ahead of its launch in 166 countries. Pre-orders for iOS will open at a later date.</p><p>This tactical take on the popular FPS franchise – which was enjoyed by over 100 million players – will see players hiring 25 different characters that they might recognise from the PC original. From there they will command helicopters, military vehicles and soldiers in a mixture of PVP and PVE battles.</p>
2、heresysoft.com<p>Indie studio Chainsawesome Games is bringing their asymmetrical 3v3 competitive shooter Aftercharge to Nintendo Switch this summer, but it’s not your average team shooter. Aftercharge comes with a surprise twist, one that sounds crazy at first, but makes beautiful, chaotic sense on the battlefield. In Aftercharge’s neon brawls, one team is invisible, while the other is invincible.</p>
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3、<p>Syder Arcade HD developer Studio Evil has teamed up with nonsense comic book artist Sio to create a barmy-looking action-RPG for iOS and Android.</p><p>It's called Super Cane Magic ZERO, which is a title that might give you an idea of the level of magical buffoonery you can expect from the game.</p><p>It's about a guy (or a kid?) called Coso who is so naive that he'll believe anything so hard that it becomes true.</p><p>If he believes that he can walk on lava, then he can. If he's feeling weak, he can believe that he has a second heart, and then he has one. Pretty neat if you ask me.</p><p>The plot here starts with a Wizard Cake that dies from sneezing. Then, the Wizard's dog gets hold of his magical cane and starts to screw up the world.