3、<p>A new deck of cards has been added in a Flick Solitaire update.</p><p>Throughout October, Flick Solitaire has been commemorating Black History Month with special celebratory card decks designed by black artists from around the world. This week marks the final of their offerings, this time featuring a set of spooky Halloween inspired cards designed by Philadelphia based artist Rain Demetri.</p><p>Demetri is a creative who balances her freelance artist career with a job in construction as a carpenter, and her Monster Mayhem deck of cards designed specifically for Flick Solitaire feature ghoulish characters fit for any Halloween party. Spooky in-game effects also accompany this new update.</p><p>Flick Solitaire’s Black History Month festivities first took place at the start of the month with Jemila Green-Okoloba’s sweet baked deck, Best in Dough. The week after featured street pop inspired deck called Skull-duggery, created by Croydon artist Bareface. Then came a deck which featured inspiration faces from black history created by Giftie. Rain Demetri’s cards mark the final update to this month’s commemorative decks.</p><p>“October has been our busiest month yet. It’s a lot to juggle supporting the artists to meet deadlines for new deck launches but so much fun,” says Ian Masters, developer on Flick Solitaire. “It’s always good to see the finished artwork in-game. I’m excited for fans to see who’s up next. Our new decks show our celebrations aren’t stopping between now and New Year that’s for sure. We are only a tiny team at Flick Solitaire but a huge heart for our artists and their work.”</p><p>Players can now jump on Flick Solitaire and check out the ‘Artist of the Week’ feature showcasing the new cards by downloading the game from the iOS App Store or Google Play for Android.</p>Read our list here to discover more card games available on iOS.
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1、Tallowmere Mod Tallowmere v352.9 mod Features:Modify a lot of gold coins and keys, get it to get it; gold coins need to be used onceHoliday sale – Save 75% off Tallowmere until 3 January 2017.Indulge Lady Tallowmere and see how far through her lovingly violent dungeons you can delve in this 2D indie action roguelike-inspired platformer. New rooms are procedurally generated every time you play, meaning you'll have to be on your guard for every randomly-placed enemy, elite, boss, and treasure chest you'll come across. Each room gets progressively bigger, harder, and more rewarding the further you go. Use the on-screen controls to command your hero, or connect a controller to play.How far can you make it?The concept is simple yet hard to master:• Raise your shield to block enemy attacks. • Lower your shield and strike your foes when the timing is right. • Jump or move to avoid traps, or use your shield to reduce damage taken. • Find the key to advance to the next room. • Collect weapons, outfits, headgear, and shields of various rarities to aid your journey. • Turn in souls from slain enemies to increase your base stats and passive abilities. • Stay alive as long as you can!Brace yourself as you learn the quirks of each foe, trap, and room type so you can strive for that "one more run" high-score victory! Each dungeon is infinite in length so it's up to you to push your limits; a local scoreboard lets you track your greatest efforts.KEY FEATURES:✓ Action roguelike platformer with randomly-generated levels, each room bigger than the last ✓ Wreak havoc with trusty axes, hefty clubs, teleporting katanas, stealth-enabling emerald daggers, freezing ice wands, bouncing grenades, embroiling flamethrowers, and powerful rocket launchers ✓ Find and equip outfits, headgear, shields, and more ✓ Hunt for power with 7 tiers of item rarities ranging from Basic to Otherworldly ✓ Learn to conquer multiple enemy types with elite variations, including fire mages, archers, leapers, conductors, ogres, flail knights, feelers, bloats, and zaeries ✓ Satisfying combat with persistent bloodsplats and gibs ✓ Tactical shield blocking ✓ Infinite jumping ✓ Deadly traps and obstacles to try and avoid, such as spinning pinwheels, acid clouds, and extremely pointy spikes ✓ Coins, hearts, souls, and keys to collect from slain foes ✓ Hardcore permadeath to keep your adrenaline going ✓ Treasure chests to loot ✓ Potions to keep you alive ✓ Special room events and bosses to master ✓ Passive abilities for you to gain strength and then some ✓ Shrines of untold power ✓ Coin-loving merchants ✓ Difficulty settings to match your pain threshold✓ Challenge modes✓ Soft savegame system (so you can quit and resume later)✓ Personal high-score system✓ Local achievement system✓ Sacrificial kittens✓ Controller support✓ Independent game developer You're not afraid... or are you? To those who will be lured into Lady Tallowmere's dungeons: good luck.SUPPORTED LANGUAGES:• English• Simplified Chinese (简体中文) – Translated by Kai ShaoCONTROLLER SUPPORT:Touch the screen to control your hero, or use a controller. Tallowmere uses the InControl plugin for controller support.Supported controllers include:• DroidBOX GPD XD PlayON• GameSir G3s• GameSir G3w• Green Throttle Atlas• IPEGA PG-9023• IPEGA PG-9025• Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R• Moga Hero Power• Moga Pro• Moga Pro Power• NVIDIA Shield (excluding Shield Portable)• PlayStation 3 controller• PlayStation 4 controller with OTG cable• PlayStation 4 controller for Xperia Z5 via Bluetooth• Red Samurai Wireless Controller• Samsung GP20• SteelSeries Free• SteelSeries Stratus XL• Xbox 360 controller• Other generic Android controllersIf your controller's not listed, visit www.tallowmere.com/android-input for instructions on the info I'll need to create a controller profile for your controller.DEVICE REQUIREMENTS:Tallowmere for Android requires a fast device; a mobile phone or tablet from 2013 or newer should be okay, as long as it runs Android 4.4 or higher and supports OpenGL ES 3.0.<p>Update on March 3rd at 17:19:We now have an explanation courtesy of Game Informer and it seems like the game was indeed not yet ready:</p><p>"We have decided to forego our GDC talk on Pokémon GO in order to focus on getting the product ready for beta test and launch," says Niantic CEO John Hanke. "As much as we hate to disappoint those in the industry attending GDC, we feel our time and energy right now are best spent on making sure every aspect of the product is where we want it to be."</p><p>Well that's a bit weird... Niantic was supposed to showcase the first gameplay for the hotly anticipated mobile title Pokemon GO at this year's GDC as we reported but the presentation as since been cancelled according to the official schedule.</p><p>So what's going on with Pokemon GO?</p><p>Well yesterday a trademark was filled for the AR catch-them-all game meaning that things appear to be moving forward but maybe it was a bit too soon and the game wasn't ready for primetime this month.</p><p>Don't expect any news on Pokemon GO at tonight's Nintendo Direct as Nintendo explicitly said that it wouldn't talk about mobile games.</p>
3、<p>Summoners War publisher Com2uS and Skybound/Image Comics have just announced Summoners War: Legacy, a comic book spinoff to the hit mobile RPG. The news arrived during today's 'Skybound X Summoners War' panel at Skybound Xpo.</p><p>The comic will be helmed by writer Justin Jordan (Reaver, Dead Body Road) and artist Luca Claretti (Adventure Time Comics). Some of the other creatives onboard include colourist Giovanna Niro (Star Trek: Nero) and letterer Deron Bennett (Excellence, Assassin Nation).</p><p>The comic will tell a prequel story set 35 years prior to the events of the game. It'll explore the fate of Durand's parents while expanding on the land of Alea and characters such as Abuus, Rai, and Tomas. You can expect to see plenty of well-known monsters pop up across the 32 story pages. Interestingly, it also sounds like Legacy will connect to some upcoming Summoners War games.</p><p>"Summoners War is one of the world's top mobile games thanks to its rabid fanbase, roaring sports community and a rich in-game universe, so we're expanding the IP into new frontiers by partnering with Skybound Entertainment on our first official comic book series, Summoners War: Legacy," said John Nam, VP of IP Strategy Department.</p><p>Those who opt to pre-order now will net themselves what's known as the "Con Exclusive" version of Summoners War: Legacy #1. It's a gold-foil issue that also includes an in-game voucher for three Scrolls and 200 Gems. It'll set you back $10, with the remainder of the series set to be published through Skybound at a later date. The first issue can be pre-ordered from Skybound's official site.</p><p>Having been downloaded over 100 million times, Summoners War is among the most popular mobile RPGs around. Though if you haven't yet given it a go yourself, you'll find it available for download as a free-to-play game from both the App Store and Google Play.</p>Searching for some quality mobile RPGs? Well, here are 25 of our favourites for iPhone & iPad