1、<p>Yes, the leaves are turning brown and the pumpkins are getting cracked out as we welcome this season of spooks, and Hearthstone's getting in on the action too. Or rather, Hearthstone's Fireside Gatherings.</p><p>This basically means that if you participate in any established Fireside Gathering Tavern (local events) on or after October 17th you'll be able to get your hands on the alternate teeny hero, the Warlock Nemsy Necrofizzle.</p><p>"This pint-sized Warlock will creep her way into your Hearthstone collection if you play any Fireside Brawl at a Fireside Gathering Tavern. Even though it’s Hallow’s End, have no fear—Nemsy will continue to be available at Taverns even after this spooky celebration meets its . . . end," it says on the official blog post.</p><p>You can also host your own your own event by whipping up your own Tavern. You can find all of the details on how to do that in the post linked above. If you want a chance to get Nemsy, however, you'll have to establish your Tavern. "A Tavern becomes established after you’ve hosted a Fireside Gathering that had at least three unique patrons in attendance."</p><p>Keep in mind, this month's Brawl is Tag Team, so you'll need to find a pal. Find a Fireside Gathering right here.</p>
2、<p>Lords Watch is an upcoming tower defence RPG from Enjoy Game. It's set to be released on Android later this month. Though no specific release date has been given as of yet.</p><p>In Lords Watch you will be tasked with defending your homeland against a horde of demons with a variety of heroes. So, pretty much the usual tower defence type setup. Although rather than the normal towers you will instead have a variety of different heroes to choose from. It appears that they can be levelled up into more powerful versions with a tier-based system also seemingly in place too.</p><p>It also sounds like you'll be able to have more autonomy over the attacks your heroes use as Enjoy Game says you will be able to attack and defend on your command. This could be special attacks that are cooldown based or simply switching a unit between attacking or defending. Either way, It sounds packed with content, having over 300 levels available so it should hopefully keep you occupied for a little while. Unless of course it's incredibly easy and the levels can quickly be breezed through.</p><p> </p><p>It will also offer a number of other modes including a PVP option so you can pit your tower defence skills against fellow players around the globe. Alongside that, you will be able to reverse the usual tower defence setup and be the monsters that storm the kingdom and wildly fly into numerous defences with no regard for self-preservation.</p><p>Lords Watch is slated to be out on Android sometime in August, though a more specific date has yet to be announced. If you're interested you can pre-register now on Android via PreLaunch.me. Lords Watch will be a free-to-play game with microtransactions.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.Blad&soul 2Since I their altar, you enpatron me.
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4、<p>Portable Pixels has announced today that it's bringing Hatchi to iWatch.</p><p>It will be compatible with Apple's smartwatch once an update rolls out in the near future - presumably, some time after the iWatch is released.</p><p>So, if you already spent the £1.49 / $1.99 asking price on Hatchi, you won't have to pay any more to get it on iWatch.</p><p>You will, of course, have to own an iWatch. And those things are bound to not be cheap. We should find out how much they cost during Apple's event today.</p><p>Oh, and for those who don't know, Hatchi is a retro virtual pet that was released back in 2012.</p><p>It's a lot like the Tamagotchi that I used to have my mum look after while I went to school. Would have been great to have been able to sneak it into school masqueraded as a watch.</p><p>I guess that's possible now (if you're a kid who has parents trust you with a very expensive watch).</p><p>Hatchi also got a sequel last year that had a more colourful presentation.</p>
1、<p>Minecraft developer Mojang has reduced the price of its collectible card game Scrolls ahead of its forthcoming release on tablets.</p><p>The Scrolls beta has been available on Windows and Mac since June 2013 for anyone who pays the £13 / $21 asking price.</p><p>That price has now been dropped to just $5 (£2.99) so that it suits the typical price range for tablet games.</p><p>"Our current price of $21 isn’t feasible for tablets," Mojang wrote on the Scrolls blog.</p><p>"As you probably already know, games are cheap on those things. Free-to-play would be an option, but we’re not keen on the way that that form of monetisation can affect gameplay."</p><p>Mojang's aim for Scrolls is to have an active cross-platform community playing competitively against each other.</p>
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