Tank Warfare: PvP Blitz Game(No ads)（APK v126.96.36.199330）
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1、Update on February 9th at 09:10: Guild of Dungeoneering's second expansion, Ice Cream Headaches, is now out for free on both iOS and Android.Let us know what you think of this new piece of content in the comments below.While it wasn't perfect in its first release, Guild of Dungeoneering made up for what it lacked with charm, style and a heavy dose of humor. Since then, the developers have been hard at work on more content and they've been adding it for free.The Pirate's Cove expansion added a ton of new monsters and quests and it looks like it's set to get even more with the Ice Cream Headaches expansion dropping this Wednesday. It came out on PC last October and was supposed to come to mobile towards the end of last year but I'm glad that we'll finally get to experience this new piece of content.As always, it'll be free for existing users while upping the price for those who buy it after the patch. This time, the game will be priced at $5.99, a measly sum for all that shiny content. That sounds like one great business model to me.This expansion will also add 30% more content to the game with 24 new pieces of equippable, a whole new region with 21 new quests and 30 new monsters and bosses to battle. In short, if you liked Guild of Dungeoneering before, you're about to like it even more and if not, check out our original review and rush to your store to get it!Guild of Dungeoneering's second expansion "Ice Cream Headaches" will drop on iOS and Android on February 8th. Check our some gameplay from the PC version below:
2、Kept hearts in liveries, but mine own was free,Watermelon minerBalls. Footballs to be precise. FIFA Ultimate Team 15 has just been soft launched in Canada for iOS and Android, bringing lots of kicking and card collecting to anyone in the frozen north who has a mobile device. Unless it's Windows Phone.The game is just as slick as you'd expect from EA's flagship foot-to-ball franchise, and it's got some new simplified controls that make kicking that ball into the correct goal much easier.These involve swipes, taps, and actually work really well once you get used to them. You can swap back to classic control if you prefer though.Plus there's the ever-addictive card collection heart beating underneath it all. You need to build up your team by buying packs of cards. These might be balls, kits, stadia, new managers, or extra players to add to your roster.That's where the free to play element comes in. The cards can be bought with coins you earn as you play, or with another currency you can buy with real-life money.
- Tank Warfare: PvP Blitz Game(No ads)
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As reported on Droid Gamers GeForce Now, Nvidia's game streaming service will now be branching out to Android devices. There are very few precise details at the moment but we do know that it will be accessed via an app and will start life as a beta.GeForce Now has been around since 2015 and was made with the Nvidia Shield in mind. While not exactly a household name, the Shield has been quite well-received as a streaming device. GeForce Now then came to PC and Mac where it is still in beta.Whilst the service is currently free during its beta period on those platforms, there's been no word on how much it will cost when it finally gets fully released. It will be a subscription-based service though so to compete with Hatch and Google Stadia on phones it will ideally need to be between 7-10 dollars.GeForce Now differs from Google Stadia a little in its approach. Rather than buying games directly from the service itself you'll need to already own the games in either Steam, Uplay or Battle.net. They also need to be supported by Nvidia, so there may be some games in your gaming library that just won't work with it. You can check their official site for a list to see if your favourite game is compatible.The one clear advantage GeForce now offers mobile gamers over Stadia is that it's likely to be available on more Android devices. Whilst Stadia is only available on Google's Pixel 3 and 3a range GeForce Now is likely to be available on many more, naming LG and Samsung as two brands the app will be compatible with during the announcement at Gamescom.So despite being a fairly big announcement as it will be a competitor to Stadia and other game streaming services we actually know very little about GeForce Now's mobile app just yet. Hopefully, they will release more information to coincide with the beta.Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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