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<p>Much to my surprise, Nuts! Battle of the Bulge isn't a knock-off pornographic film, nor is it a special edition of that British lads mag.</p><p>It's not even a sequel the Silver Award-winning squirrel platformer Nuts!, either.</p><p>No, it is a card game by Decision Games originally released in 1998 that Hunted Cow is bringing to iPad in 2015.</p><p>(Apparently, the title is based on World War II US Army General McAuliffe's reply to the Germans when asked to surrender in 1944.)</p><p>Yep, Pocket Tactics tells us that the digital port is to be a two-player strategy game in which one person plays the US, while the other embodies the German army.</p><p>The cards you play represent units, terrains, and events that will determine the proceedings. You'll go back and forth, gaining advantages and disadvantages until a winner is declared.</p><p>Oh, and pre-defined set-ups are based on the actual World War II locations, troops, and events so history buffs will get a kick out of it.</p><p>Expect it in 2015 on iPad. Hopefully Android tablets as well - we're yet to find out.</p>Outplay all of them with heavy brains make a powerful strategy to catch zombies. Upgrade your weapons and go in search of the place where zombies live, and once you get the place, you got treasure for your business. Remember, zombies, are bright and very energetic creatures. You will need to work super hard to get rid of them, and if you do it strategically, you will eventually conquer this planet and become the ultimate businessman.<p>Angry Birds Tennis very quietly snuck out onto the US App Store last week. As the name suggests, it's a tennis game featuring the cast of Rovio's incredibly popular Angry Birds series, which makes it especially odd that I don't recall hearing about it prior to seeing news of its early access launch over on PocketGamer.biz.</p><p>It's said to offer fast-paced, mobile-friendly tennis matches that can be played solo or with friends. There are dozens of characters to unlock and play as, presumably all with their own unique stats and playstyles. There's also a nice variety of game modes to get stuck into, as well as a number of themed arenas to unlock.</p><p>Characters boast their own special abilities that should help give you an edge during the PVP bouts, and the tennis gameplay itself leans more towards arcade fun than simulation.</p><p>According to PocketGamer.biz, the early access period is set to last for "a couple of weeks", meaning you don't have a great deal of time to get stuck in. There's currently no word on when we can expect Angry Birds Tennis to launch globally, but it's quite likely we'll see its full release later this year.</p><p>This is just the latest in an incredibly long line of Angry Birds games. We recently celebrated the series' 10th anniversary by putting out a retrospective on its move from games to movies and beyond.</p><p>PG's writers through the years have generally been quite fond of the Angry Birds games, with 2015's Angry Birds 2 earning a respectable Bronze Rating. That said, the series' branching out has, in Dave's view, caused it a bit of bother.</p><p>If you're fond of the games and want to check out its latest entry in Angry Birds Tennis, you'll find it available for download now from over on the US App Store.</p>Big fan of multiplayer games? Well, here are 25 of the best for iPhone and iPad
猛鬼宿舍金币万宁版(No ads) MOD APK<p>Codenames is possibly the most interesting game I saw at gamescom this year.</p><p>It's a spy-themed word association puzzler based on the board game of the same name - and it's from Czech Games Edition, the developer behind the awesome Galaxy Trucker.</p><p>You work in teams of two across multiple asynchronous matches against other pairs of human players.</p><p>One person plays the Spymaster, and the other the Operative. The goal is to uncover all the face down cards on the board that are associated with your codeword (given to you by your Spymaster).</p><p>However, the opposing team is trying to do the same, with their own cards and own codeword.</p><p>So there'll be 25 cards on the table, some of which will be your team's (all themed around one topic, like 'War' for example), and some of which will be your enemy's (which might be based on, say, 'Egypt').</p><p>As an added layer of strategy, when you log back in after your enemy's turn, you'll be able to see which cards they turn over (regardless of whether they're correct), so you can try and figure out their own codeword, in order to hijack the pool of common cards on the table.</p><p>It's really less complicated than it sounds - and it's awesome. Make sure you check Codenames when it launches in November on iOS and Android for £3.99 / $4.99.</p>
Updated May 11th, 3:33 PM: I know, it feels like the game's already been out for a while, but alas today's the day. Injustice 2 is finally out on iOS and Android - isn't it exciting?<p>DC fans, or lovers of the superhero/supervillain thing in general, you might want to give this one a whirl as it contains a huge selection of good guys and bad guys, and lets you pit them against each other however you like.</p>Grab the game free-to-play on the App Store or Google Play now.<p>For those DC fanatics among you, you'll be pleased to know that Injustice 2 has soft-launched in the Philippines.</p><p>Yes, delving into the wild world of Injustice 2, you're faced once again with your ragtag lot of Superheroes and Supervillains. Expanding on the first of its name, we've got more characters, more modes, and some more of those suave graphics that made us fall for the previous title.</p><p>Following suit, NetherRealm Studios is bringing us more ways to build, level up, and progress your characters in this RPG card collector. Though, we'll have to see whether the game can live up to its promises. I'm sure we all know by now that sequels which expand upon previous games are pretty hard to do successfully.</p><p>We've got a choice of fighting in single player mode in three-vs-three fights, or battling folks from all over the world in asynchronous PvP mode. It's up to you how you like to play (and dominate).</p><p>If you're located in the Philippines, grab the game free-to-play on the App Store now. If not, feel free to check out our guide on making a foreign iTunes account.</p>Duet Mod Duet mod v3.17 (unlocked) Features:UnlockedPurchased the full version.Enter a mesmerising trance of co-dependence in Duet. The rules are simple: control two vessels in sync, survive against all odds and keep calm.Selected for the PAX Prime, PAX East & PAX Australia Indie ShowcasesMobile Game of the Year 2013 - KotakuBest Games of 2013 - The New Yorker4.5/5 - Touch Arcade4.5/5 - 148 Apps4.5/5 - App Smile4/5 - App Spy"...few other games are as fun when you succeed." -- The New Yorker"It feels as designed as a raindrop, and just as perfect." -- Ben Kuchera, Polygon"Duet does what the best video games do." -- Kotaku"Highly Recommended." -- Penny Arcade Report"Duet looks hard as nails. And I love it." -- Touch Arcade"Duet is a must-have." -- 148 Apps"Shiel's soundtrack ... is as innovative as the game it scores." -- Jake Cleland, The Vine"Your eyes, ears, and thumbs were built to perform this Duet together." -- Indie Games"...Duet's plaintive and melancholic aesthetic imbues it with a sense of the profound." -- CVG"But while the aesthetic of Duet is familiar, the gameplay is all new." -- Pocket Gamer"It looks positively mind bending, and also, a really good time." -- App SpyYour survival is dependent on protecting two vessels - they are devices in sync, a dance and song between two entities tethered together in symbiosis. Feel edge of your seat terror where the world around you becomes quiet and numb as all that matters is the game living between your palms -- that is Duet.% EIGHT CHAPTERSExperience eight chapters of deceptive narrative and nerve-twisting gameplay. Replay any stage to perfect your movements and unlock over 25 achievements. This is a game that will test you. Unlock the Survival mode, Daily Challenges and four additional chapters of bonus challenges.% PERFECT GAMEPLAYWith air tight controls and gameplay that’s tuned to perfection Duet provides the perfect balance between challenge and pure gaming satisfaction. Touch either side of the screen to twist your vessels and avoid everything in your path. Remember: even that which begins simple can end complex.% HYPNOTIC AUDIOAn outstanding handcrafted soundtrack by Melbourne composer and Gotye multi-instrumentalist Tim Shiel. Nine unique and mesmerizingly beautiful compositions ensure an immersive experience for you at every step of your journey.% FULLY FEATURED- Full Google Play Game Services sync support - sync your progress across all your devices.- Phones and Tablet support - play everywhere.- Compete with Google Play Game Services across the Survival mode and Daily Challenges leaderboards.% GO PREMIUMDuet is free to download and play with some advertisements between gameplay. However, you may pay a once-off in-app purchase to unlock “Duet Premium”. This will remove all advertisements from the game, unlock Survival mode for endless score chasing delight, the Daily Challenges feature and four bonus challenge chapters. You will also help support more independent development of video games.% ABOUT KUMOBIUSSelected for the Indie Showcase at PAX Aus and a finalist in both Game Design and Audio for the Freeplay Festival. This is another award-winning title from the team behind Time Surfer & Bean’s Quest. We call Duet a “Hex-like” in honour of Terry Cavanagh’s contribution to the medium of games and exploration of genres.% ABOUT TIM SHIELTim Shiel is a composer/producer based in Melbourne. Tim is known to some as Faux Pas, the moniker under which he released a steady stream of constantly shifting electronic music for many years. He is also known for his work as a broadcaster at Melbourne independent radio station 3RRR FM, and for his recent role as multi-instrumentalist in Gotye's live band. % SUPPORT Say [email protected] we’d love to hear from you! And follow us on Twitter: @kumobius
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<p>Kill the Plumber World finally gives an answer to the question "what would happen if you were the ennemies in Mario?"</p><p>In Kill the Plumber World, you play against the hero as you try to stop him from completing a level. You'll play different types of monsters and even bosses.</p><p>It's out now on iOS and Android.</p><p>It won the IGF excellence in design prize in China and has gotten some pretty good reviews on steam for now.Check out some gameplay below:</p>