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2、<p>Noodlecake Games, the developers behind the Bronze Award-winning Super Stickman Golf series, announced their collaboration with Pixeljam Games today to bring Glorkian Warrior: Trials of Glork to Android.</p><p>Glorkian Warrior is a colorful arcade shoot 'em up currently available on iOS for £1.99 / $2.99.</p><p>Our review of the iOS version praised the game's "silly humour" and "big heart," calling it "well worth a look" despite some of its less impressive qualities.</p><p>Get a feel for Glorkian Warrior by checking out our review, or watching a trailer for the game below.</p>Wall of insanity(Mod menu)So slides he down upon his grained bat,
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4、<p>Wow, it feels like a good while since we last chatted about EightyEight Games' Photographs, but we've just gotten a bit more information about it. Though it's still slated for a 2018 release in its press kit, it's getting pushed back to early 2019.</p><p>
1、<p>The ultra-gory dark comedy Surgeon Simulator has taken a leaf out of its own book today and operated on its own price tag.</p><p>The procedure has seen it drop to £1.49 / $1.99 from its original price of £3.99 / $5.99.</p><p>Featuring alien autopsies, eye transplants and some of the most excruciating dentistry I've ever witnessed, it's not a game to show to your grandmother.</p><p>In our review, we found it played "bluntly, carelessly effective and really quite amusing" though it "never quite leaves this novelty status behind".</p><p>With the price reduction more than halving the original cost, it becomes much less of a gamble.</p>
2、<p>Archosaur Games, maker of Dragon Raja, has today unveiled its latest MMORPG. This one's called Noah's Heart, and it's aiming to offer a seamless open world to adventure through, save, or simply live a domestic life within.</p><p>Humans now live in a "post-civilization era" inside a strange land created by a mysterious entity. The world itself looks pretty neat, like a combination of high fantasy and steampunk. If you do choose to get wrapped up in its tale, you'll find yourself investigating the truth behind your world's creator and what might lie in store for mankind as a whole.</p>
3、<p>I love a good rumour as much as anyone, but this one feels like a pretty safe shot - there's word on the street that a Switch edition of the Metroid Prime Trilogy is ready to launch whenever Nintendo decides to pull the trigger.</p><p>When I say "word on the street" I mean this tweet by Game Informer's senior editor Imran Khan, who believes that the initial announcement of a Switch release for the Metroid Prime Trilogy was supposed to be made in December 2018. Why it didn't is a mystery at this point.</p><p>It's been long done. Initial announcement was supposed to be last month.— Imran Khan (@imranzomg) January 25, 2019 <p>That said, it's probably something to do with Metroid Prime 4 going a bit wrong. Khan reports that the "ad-hoc" development process Nintendo was using simply didn't work, so Retro Studios put together a pitch and a demo for Nintendo which convinced them to move all development to one studio. Must've been one hell of a demo.</p><p>If you didn't see it last week, Nintendo made the surprising decision to publicly announce that everything the company had done on Metroid Prime 4 was being binned in favour of starting over, this time with Retro Studios at the helm. This has obviously delayed the game by a significant amount - it was due to launch this year, but it could be a long time before we see it materialise.</p><p>Still, with Metroid Prime Trilogy apparently ready to go, there is some good news on the horizon. If you like rereleases, that is. And if you own a Switch, then you best get used to them if nothing else - there's still a whole bunch of Wii U games no one played that could reach a shiny new audience (hello, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE).</p><p>We'll be sure to keep you posted as we hear more about Metroid Prime Trilogy and Metroid Prime 4. If we hear anything at all, that is. That last announcement did come completely out of nowhere after a whole year of silence, after all.</p>