<p>Yesterday at its IO conference, Google revealed its latest smartphone. It's called the Pixel 3a, and it's positioned as a budget version of the Pixel 3. Where the big G's flagship phone will cost you somewhere in the region of £739 for a base model, the 3a and its bigger sibling the 3a XL will cost either £399 or £469, depending which of them you go for.</p><p>The main downgrade to hit that price point looks to be the processor. Where the Pixel 3 boasts the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, the 3a features the Snapdragon 670. That means you're getting a 2.0 GHz + 1.7 GHz, 64-bit Octa-Core processor instead of a 2.5 Ghz + 1.6 Ghz, 64-Bit Octa-Core processor.</p>Black Shark 2 review - "The best gaming phone yet?"<p>There's no dual selfie camera either, but the phones still use Google's swanky Night Light tech that makes low-light photography not just possible on a smartphone, but actually pretty incredible.</p><p>Remember that abstract strategic boardgame Kingdoms that we had a look at last year? Well, it's no longer called Kingdoms. It's called Kindo now.</p><p>Space Bears explained the reasons for this name change in a recent blog post. The problems the studio outlines being that "Kingdoms" is a common game name, and several companies have the word trademarked.</p><p>The word "Kindo" came about due to wanting a short, catchy title. And also wanting it to resemble the former title slightly, either "phonetically, thematically or visually."</p><p>Hence it's now called Kindo. Try to remember that.</p><p>In further news, according to PocketTactics, both the online multiplayer and the AI is up and running in Kindo these days.</p><p>Which, yes, also means that it's getting close to launching on iOS - in fact, there are beta sign-ups ongoing right now.</p><p>We'll have more updates for you on the status of Kindo as they arrive.</p>
1、<p>Apart from having a great studio name, Skeleton Hand have a big pitch to sell us: "Final Fantasy Tactics meets Magic the Gathering".</p><p>This is how the studio describes its 3D turn-based strategy arena and competitive card game Incarnate. The name-dropping certainly has more of a ring to it than that lengthy description, I'll give 'em that.</p><p>The idea of Incarnate is to allow for the play in each game to change drastically with each turn, and each card drawn.</p><p>Characters evolve as they're put into action, the terrain can be used to your tactical advantage, or you can introduce a card to throw a spanner in the works.</p><p>You see, the cards that you build your deck with interact with each component of the match: your own Incarnate, your enemies, and the environment.</p><p>The game has over 100 of these cards for you to collect and compete with. It also has four classes for you to customise, a story to follow, and plenty of competitive play.</p><p>That last point is a big one, actually, as Incarnate has both a roguelike PvE endless dungeon, and competitive PvP ladders.</p><p>Outside of the 2v2 matches, you can interact with friends by bringing them along with you to boss fights as a team.</p><p>Skeleton Hand hopes to find $48,000 to fund Incarnate on Kickstarter. The grand plan is to bring it to iOS, PC, and Wii U in 2015.</p>
2、<p>Miitomo may be only available in Japan for now, but its already getting a pretty big update.</p><p>With it, you'll be able to send friend requests directly to your friends' friends, making it easy to add them in bulk.</p><p>On top of that, some events will feature questions that will be the same for everyone. You will then be able to check the answers that everyone gave, including those shared on Twitter.</p><p>Don't forget that you can already check it out using this guide but that you'll have to use a Japanese Nintendo account.</p><p>[Source]</p>Alpha Guns 2(MOD)
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1、<p>The latest in Taito's arcade shoot-'em-up series Dariusburst: Chronicle Saviours is heading to PS Vita and PS4 on November 30th.</p><p>It'll also be available on Steam for Windows come December 3rd.</p><p>As with other Dariusburst games this one's all about shooting alien sea-monsters and robotic battleships. But the number of stages it has is absurd.</p><p>Get this: The story mode has hundreds of stages that span the entire Dariusburst timeline. Plus, the AC Chronicle mode is said to have over 3000 unlockable stages.</p><p>Not to mention that the stages let you choose your own path through them and level of challenge with it.</p><p>One of the other defining features of Chronicle Saviours when it hit the arcades was that it had a super widescreen setup.</p><p>Whether that widescreen view will somehow make its way to the console versions hasn't been said but the Steam version will support multiple monitors for that purpose at least.</p><p>Focusing on the PS Vita version, though, it will be single player only (the PS4 gets 4-player co-op) but will be cross-save and share trophies and leaderboards with the PS4 version.</p><p>There are even more details on the game's website. But hopefully you know now whether you're interested in it when it arrives later this month.</p>
3、Join the action and claim your ground! Then protect it from rival crime gangs; The free resources you will receive will be easy for future wars and while preparing new guns and items in the game.<p>Halfbrick is firing on all cylinders right now and looking for players to test its upcoming games.</p><p>On Android, you'll find the latest game in the Fruit Ninja franchise, a game that dates back to the beginning of the big Appstore boom.This time, the focus is on online multiplayer and furious 1vs1 fights. You'll use power-ups and build your own loadout to get the upper hand and get the best score without touching those pesky bombs.</p>