Here, have some video of Duet using iOS 9's ReplayKit so I can embed it in a Pocket Gamer story. pic.twitter.com/MammPVisya— Mark Brown (@britishgaming) September 17, 2015 Brutal dodge 'em up Duet and feisty shmup Phoenix HD are among the first games to support Apple's new ReplayKit tech in iOS 9, which lets you save a video of your in-game exploits.When you turn on the feature you'll be asked if you want to record the screen only, or the microphone too (so you can try your hand at our job). Then, the game will capture a video of whatever happens on screen.At the end, you'll get to save the video to your camera roll, or share it online using the traditional share sheet. So you can slap it on Twitter or upload to YouTube or Vimeo.The videos are pretty small, with our Duet recordings coming in at around 30mb a minute. You can check out the quality in the video, above.Game developers will have to specifically code in support for the technology so don't expect to record your Minecraft or World of Tanks adventures until the developers shove it in. But, hey, it's a start.
跑酷小王子 MOD APKSony has announced that Alfa System's JRPG Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines will be out for PS Vita in March.Europe will get it on March 4th while the US can pick it up the day before on March 3rd.Oreshika has you trying to break the curse of a clan in ancient Japan that means they rapidly age. Most of them live no longer than two years.In-game, this means that you're always fighting against the clock as you explore labyrinths, fight demons and loot treasure.The clan is also cursed with the inability to procreate. However, they can call upon the gods with the Rite of Divine Union to create offspring.But you have to choose which two gods out of the 100 or so available to use in this process as their different attributes will be passed down to the child.Two of these gods, Kiri no Mashu and Tonkararin, will only be available to those who purchase Oreshika in the first two weeks of the game's launch.The last thing to note about the game is that it has a beautiful art style based on traditional brush paintings of the Heian era.Plus, it retains the voice acting from the original Japanese version of the game released last year.
Have you ever played those fancy, digital slot machines at the casino that try to resemble video games?Spinlanders takes that concept and rolls with it, taking it a step further with some RPG elements.It’s a video game that draws inspiration from slot machine games that draw inspiration from video games.Only, funny enough, it’s completely free to play.In Spinlanders, you spin reels like a slot machine to determine your next move.Matches let you attack, loot, and more across 30 stages. You can even get multi-line spins, just like with real slot machines.Except you won’t be losing any real money in the process.Spinlanders had a Kickstarter way back in 2012.It wasn't successful, but despite that the game is now out on iOS, with an Android version coming soon.Download Spinlanders for free on the App Store.
Here's an interesting one for you: the founders of Vine decided to bring out a live trivia game called HQ and you can win real money with it too.As pointed out by TechCrunch last week, it's a bit like Facebook Live meets Who Wants to be a Millionaire where you take part against a huge number of other players and try to win big. Prizes ranging from tens/hundreds of dollars to tonight's whopping $1,250 are up for grabs, but it's not a gambling app.At the allotted time each day you can pull up the app on your iPhone/iPad, wait for the competition to begin, and try to answer each multiple choice question within 10 seconds to progress to the next round. The game starts off with super simple questions before venturing into harder ones, really whittling out the competition.Those that do have a mind of steel will either take home their winnings, or split the grand prize with other winners, via PayPal. Though the app is still young there's a lot of praise and promise surrounding it as an exciting, fast-paced, and interactive experience.If you have an appropriate device you can download HQ for free on the App Store. Games take place at 9 PM EDT.Have any of you guys had a shot at the game yet? Let us know in the comments below.
Clash Royale has certainly been a busy bee recently as it's posted a sneaky peek of its new upcoming feature: Quests. SNEAK PEEK #1 - Quests!Take on daily and weekly Quests to earn epic rewards - including Super Magical and Legendary Chests! pic.twitter.com/kVpt0Uz6mo— Clash Royale (@ClashRoyale) October 4, 2017 The next update to Clash Royale is going to be a pretty big one from the sound of it. Introducing Quests into the mixture may not sound that exciting - after all, most games feature some sort of quest scheme - but it'll make it slightly easier to earn big rewards, especially since it'll be replacing Achievements in the long run.By completing Quests you'll earn Quest Points which can unlock further rewards such a Magical Chests. You'll also be able to replace uninteresting Quests once a day to hopefully find something more exciting. Sometimes you might end up with something worse, but it's the luck of the draw, eh? Check out Orange Juice Gaming's video here to see what other Quests you can expect.Once the feature is live sometime this month, Supercell also states that they'll be looking to grab feedback from players and constantly improve it based on how you feel.What do you guys think? Is replacing the Achievements with Quests a good move, or are you not that bothered? Let us know in the comment below.
Ever fancied your hand at VR development? Oculus founder Palmer Luckey revealed at Vision Summit 2016 this week that the company will be giving away 4 months of Unity Professional edition to the purchase of a consumer Oculus Rift.It's an unexpected gesture from Oculus but one that should encourage some of the more curious types to have a good long look at developing for VR, even if it's just a pet project. It might help people feel better about that price-tag, too.Unity Pro typically commands a $75 per month subscription fee, but will provide developers with a host of customer support options and additional features.The Unity Personal edition is a fully featured engine that's already available free of charge, and is rapidly gaining new features, including support for all major VR platforms and soon perhaps an update allowing you to develop while inside Virtual Reality itself.
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