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<p>Take this article with a pinch of salt, but it's pretty exciting news if it turns out to be factual. A week after the Nintendo Switch's reveal trailer, we may be getting a touchscreen device after all.</p><p>Despite showing off all of the places you can take your Switch, the detachment of its controllers, the little kickstand, the card slot, and its docking station we were never shown any sign that it could be touchscreen. Given Nintendo's upcoming debut in the mobile games area, it seemed awfully strange that the Switch wouldn't give us that option.</p><p>According to an article posted by Eurogamer yesterday, their trusted sources have leaked several bits of information that Nintendo has been keeping to itself. We could be getting our hands on a 6.2", 720p screen and – much like the average smartphone – the Switch may have a 10-point multi-touch display.</p><p>The question floating around a lot of our minds is why would Nintendo feel that the touchscreen was something to keep quiet? It could turn out that all of this is total nonsense, but if it is true the only benefit to secrecy would be to start up the rumour mill again and keep people excited about it for another five months.</p><p>It's a clever marketing ploy regardless.</p>
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Reaper<p>Between the assumptions and the rumours it looks like Nintendo has pulled it out of the bag as Super Mario Run hits 40 million downloads in under a week.</p><p><p>#SuperMarioRun has reached 40 million downloads worldwide in just 4 days! Thanks for playing, everyone! pic.twitter.com/GwMcUZwdeW— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) December 21, 2016 Confirmed by Nintendo America in a tweet yesterday, the fluid autorunner no doubt holds the record for fastest downloaded app - and it's not even out on Android yet.</p><p>Though the official earnings haven't been released as of yet, Super Mario Run was the highest grossing app on the iPhone after less than a day, and on the iPad the day after that. Of course, once it was all done and dusted the game dropped from its top position but the impressive figures remained.</p><p>It's still questionable as to SMR's longevity considering they're not planning on bringing content updates (or paid content updates at the very least) to the game. However this is Nintendo we're talking about, with a selection of mobile games in development and on the way in 2017, it's not like they'll struggle too much financially.</p><p>I guess we'll have to wait and see what the future brings for Nintendo on the mobile scene.</p>
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<p>Crescent Moon games latest publishing endeavour is Swordshot, a reflex-based arcade game that's been created by indie developer Oleg Klaus. It was initially announced back in January but it's now finally available for both iOS and Android as a premium title.</p><p>Swordshot looks to be a game that's easy to play but hard to master. You'll control a static sword that's capable of firing projectiles and will battle against a variety of enemies that are protected by a ring of constantly rotating projectiles.<p>LOOKING FOR A CHALLENGE?Fight your way through hordes of random enemies and locations????#Swordshot Coming out on Android & iOS SEPT 16th!!Pre-order on the Apple Store????https://t.co/RfrtGaykdXPre-register on Google Play????https://t.co/XNIsFGA2Yz@BIOBOOSTERPIXEL pic.twitter.com/FrJ4K8xeN5— Crescent Moon Games ???? (@CM_Games) September 10, 2020You can check out some of the gameplay in the embedded trailer above. As you can see there's a wide variety of enemy types to battle against alongside projectiles that will defend them. It also sports a lovely retro-inspired pixel art aesthetic.</p><p>Swordshot is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium title that costs £0.99 and £1.75 for iOS and Android respectively. The game is also available on Steam where it costs £3.99.</p>On the hunt for the best action games? Here are 25 excellent choices that are available on iPhone and iPad"Come back soon, Captain Jim," she called, as he passed through the little gate hung between the firs.
<p>Since Jam City will be working with Portkey Games to bring us Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery next year, we were pretty excited to hear that it'd be bringing us to Hogwarts.</p><p>In the story-driven RPG, you'll work through seven magic-filled years, taking classes and dealing with all of the usual witch/wizard malarky.</p><p>But, since we're super keen beans AND since we love mobile gaming we asked the question: can your mobile game preferences be used to sort you into Hogwarts houses? The answer: yes. Yes they can.</p><p>Think you're up to the task? Have a go on our quiz below and don't forget to scream about your houses from the rooftops - er - in the comments below.</p>A large arsenal and an impressive fleet at his disposal. With the help of which you quickly catch the neighborhood and subdue the people living. There are bloody wars for the right to rule in the state which can start at any time and you need to be prepared for them. Realizing his greatness over gangster New Orleans Openworld and others brings an unforgettable joy.
<p>The latest Humble Bundle features games on both PC and Android, including three games just debuting on Android now.</p><p>Tetrobot and Co., Titan Attacks!, and Costume Quest are the three new Android ports, but not the only Android games in the bundle.</p><p>The Inner World, VVVVVV, and Ironclad Tactics are also on sale.</p><p>Getting Costume Quest and Ironclad Tactics will cost you over the average price to unlock, which currently isn't goo high.</p><p>Paying over $10 USD will also land you Shadowrun Returns.</p><p>More games will unlock during the next two weeks of the bundle, and they will all be for both Android and PC, so stay tuned!</p>