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Bonkers 80s-inspired indie movie Kung Fury has, like all the best action movies, gone and got itself an arcade game. Only, this one exists inside your mobile.It's built by Taekwondo Game developer Hello There, and it plays a little like One Finger Death Punch.You're in the middle of the screen and are assaulted on either side by Nazis. By tapping left or right, you beat the crap out of Hitler's buddies. Press the button too soon or when you're out of range, and you leave yourself open for damage.You need good timing and precise button-bashing, and you'll need to remember the special techniques to take out certain high-ranking baddies.Like the film it's based on, Kung Fury: Street Rage is a little brainless, rather throwaway, but good fun all the same and actually a little addictive. Bonus points for the chunky sprites and CRT scan-lines. Kids, ask your parents.Kung Fury: Street Rage is free on iOS and Android, with a £1.49 / $1.99 in-app purchase to remove those pesky adverts. It's also on Steam.The popular Onmyoji from NetEase Games is reaching the final stage of a crossover event with beloved anime Inuyasha. After the maintenance on March 13th any summons via Mystery amulet, Jade, or AR amulet will have a chance of getting you the shards of Inuyasha, Sesshomaru, and Kikyo.You can earn Kikyo shards by clearing out the Kikyo Demon Force zone as well. So, clear out these areas and try and summon as much as you can if you want to get hold of these characters. Inuyasha gets a new skin called Scar of the Wind. This has him with his robe around his waist revealing the brutal scar on his stomach holding his sword on his shoulder.Sesshomaru has a new skin too, this one is called Draped in Moonlight. It has him under a full moon surrounded by bones and skulls on the ground around him. Souls rise up from these looking for revenge while Sesshomaru looks on uncaring and cold.
Human Resource Machine creators Tomorrow Corporation is hard at work on the soon to be released 7 Billion Humans, but today they’ve announced they have another new game cooking in the pot. The team’s also tinkering away at Welcome to the Information Superhighway.Tomorrow Corporation says the project is more of a “game-like game” compared to the studio’s previous efforts. That’s about all we have to go on just yet. There’s an internet highway involved, and you’ll be going on an epic road trip with “lots of broken new friends”, according to the announcement.Tomorrow Corporation posted a bunch of neat looking travel posters for the game over on their blog, so feel free to check them out. What type of game do you think this will turn out to be?
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Revealed in October, the Mutant Mudds collection is bringing its brand of charm and plane-switching platforming to Switch, on Thursday December 14th.The announcement tweet revealed that the collection will cost £10.99 / $14.99, and will be available to preorder on the 7th.
You might remember that we were fortunate enough to talk to MADfinger about Shadowgun: Legends at last year's Gamescom. For the first time, we've actually got footage of the gameplay, and it's looking very good indeed.