2、And makes her absence valiant, not her might.Idle Game: AnimallandThe scars of battle scapeth by the flight,
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4、King is trying to rot your teeth with the new sugary level packs it released for both Candy Crush Saga and Candy Crush Soda Saga.Candy Crush Saga got a new Crumbly Coast episode starring Harry the Big Foot. Funny that, as that's what we call PG's reviews editor, Harry Slater.Apparently, Harry has "magnificent hair, a charming personality, and is partial to heaps of cookies." Yep, this is adding up.Jokes aside, the idea in these 15 new levels is to help Harry (the Big Foot) get at those cookies he's after. You can download these levels for free, of course.FizzyMoving on to Candy Crush Soda Saga, it also got 15 new levels today inside a Sodalicious Spa.You apparently join the Factory Master this time (no Harry!) as you mix and match the sweet and fizzy.You can download Candy Crush Saga for free on the App Store and Google Play.The same goes for Candy Crush Soda Saga. Download it free on the App Store and Google Play.TouchArcade
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2、It's Nintendo Direct time and it's time to talk about ARMS, the upcoming arena battler headed to the Nintendo Switch. Introducing the newest contender to #ARMS - the fighting noodle girl Min Min! She can knock down an opponent’s arms with a mere kick. pic.twitter.com/c86Gj5uDpy— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) April 12, 2017 Today we got a deeper look at the different types of arms, special attacks, and more. You can also use in-game currency to unlock different arms to give your players different abilities, as well as mix and matching arms to really switch things up.More excitingly, we've been introduced to ARMS' latest addition, Min Min. Min Min is a new noodle-armed character who can deflect enemy attacks with a well-timed kick. She can also throw her opponent and transform her left arm into a dragon, as you do.ARMS will be launching on the Nintendo Switch on June 16th.
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