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YouTube phenomenon PewDiePie, or Felix Kjellberg if you're not a fan of YouTuber names, is releasing yet another game. This one is called PewDiePie's Pixelings and it will be available for iOS and Android on 15th November.It marks the third time the famous YouTuber has worked with Outerminds. In 2016 they collaborated on PewDiePie's Tuber Simulator and Legend of The Brofist before that. This game picks up where the latter of those two titles left off.At least, it does from a universe perspective. While Legend of The Brofist was a platformer that we found to be merely okay, Pixelings will be a creature-collecting strategy game. It all kicks off when the titular YouTuber finds a particularly smelly sock, which somehow leads to him being transported to Pixeland where its inhabitants, the Pixelings, are under threat from a mysterious being.Of court, of city, and had let go by
Last week we talked about the upcoming release date of the Flashback remaster courtesy of original game designer Paul Cuisset. Well, as it turns out, that day is now upon us.Flashback, for the unaware, was an award-winning cinematic platformer from the Amiga days. It initially released for that platform in 1992, however found greater fame during it's wider release the following year when it released for home consoles as well as MS-DOS and Archemedes. Looking for another great platformer for your iPhone or iPad, look no further than our list of the best.Cinematic Platformer isn't a term that's flung around very often, but it commonly refers to slower-paced platformers which feature puzzling elements and realistic movement. If you think of Heart of Darkness, Abe's Oddessey, or Prince of Persia (1989, not the reboot) then you're thinking of games from that subgenre. There's not many nowadays, as they naturally evolved into 3D 'adventure' platformers like Tomb Raider, which is why it's such a big deal that Cuisset, alongside publishers, SFL Interactive, have brought Flashback into the modern age.To compensate for the 27 years of advancements we've seen in games there is a new mode added into the remake. From the main menu you can select either '1993 Classic' mode, or 'Modern' mode. There are four major changes between the two modes, with the Modern mode featuring tutorials, a rewind feature, and some audio & visual upgrades.I've been playing through Flashback, which we are quaintly refering to as Flashback (2019) on the site to differenciate it from a port which incidented its way onto the App Store many years back, and am really enjoying how tactile it feels on touch screen. I've had some issues with jumping and pacing with ported platformers previously, but this rebuild of Flashback manages to succinctly evade that thanks to the efforts of the developers. We'll have our full review out later on today.Flashback is available now on the App Store and Google PlayCheck out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games. To be forbod the sweets that seems so goodA TRAVELER hired an Ass to convey him to a distant place. The day being intensely hot, and the sun shining in its strength, the Traveler stopped to rest, and sought shelter from the heat under the Shadow of the Ass. As this afforded only protection for one, and as the Traveler and the owner of the Ass both claimed it, a violent dispute arose between them as to which of them had the right to the Shadow. The owner maintained that he had let the Ass only, and not his Shadow. The Traveler asserted that he had, with the hire of the Ass, hired his Shadow also. The quarrel proceeded from words to blows, and while the men fought, the Ass galloped off.
The most eagerly asked question here is whether Apple's upcoming event will reveal the iPhone 8 and potentially the next Apple Watch/Apple TV. According to the Wall Street Journal we'll likely see what they've got in store for us come September 12th.Just for a bit of fun, Pete Pachal from Mashable has also gone on further to predict when we might see the new iPhones' arrival based on the patterns from the last couple of years. Of course, remember that this might also be the first year Apple plans to release three new iPhones into the mix, so take everything with a big pinch of salt.Invitations to the event may go out on September 5th.iPhone 7S/7S Plus may go on sale September 22ndPre-orders may start the week before, on September 15th.iOS 11 may launch on September 20th.The new iPhones' first reviews may start arriving September 19th.Take note of how many times I wrote the word 'may' there. This is an educated guess of what we might see in the coming weeks, and I kind-of hope it turns out to be dead-on.What do you guys most want to see in the new iPhone 8? Let us know in the comment below.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has said that Nintendo could release both paid and free games on mobile, because "different payment systems suit different kinds of software".But, in a Q&A session with investors, Iwata acknowledged that "games with a one-time payment system have not been doing a great job on smart devices," and expressed concerns that the low prices of mobile games can devalue premium games.So, Nintendo (and partner firm DeNA) will primarily focus on free games. Just don't call them 'free to play' around Iwata."We do not want to use the free-to-play terminology that implies that you can play games free-of-charge. Instead, we use the term 'free-to-start,' as this term more aptly describes that at the beginning you can start to play for free".From that point, you'll be able to spend real world cash on in-app purchases. Iwata wanted to assuage fears that "Nintendo might shift to the notorious business model that asks a small number of people to pay excessive amounts of money and that Nintendo’s brand image might be hurt"."Please understand that Nintendo will make its proposals by taking into consideration what Nintendo really should do with this new challenge".We might have seen an example of how Nintendo will avoid manipulate monetisation practices already. In Pokemon Rumble World for 3DS, there's a hard limit (of about $40) on how much real world cash you can spend.Nintendo's first mobile game is due out this year. "We are not planning to release many game applications from this year to the next," Iwata says. Instead, time will be spent turning those few games into long-running services.
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