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Update:Second Galaxy has now launched into closed beta. You can sign up to enter now over on the game's official site.Original story continues below...Second Galaxy, ZLONGAME's ambitious space-based MMO, is set to soft launch for iOS and Android on July 5th – that's this Friday. It's an MMO of even more epic proportions than we're used to, with the power to feature thousands of players on the same screen engaging in intense real-time combat.It's set a whopping three thousand years in the future in an alternate reality where humanity has formed an unprecedented empire among the stars – the "Second Galaxy". Despite the obvious challenges, the empire is set on its goal of colonizing the universe and uncovering its many secrets along the way.
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Supernatural Rooms 2 Mod Supernatural Rooms 2 Mod v0.0.7 (Hacks) Features:Hacks1. Unlimited Energy 2. Unlimited Coins 3. Unlimited Lives ( Increase)Two famous experts on supernatural essences had the task of dealing with a series of unusual phenomena and disappearances that occurred in the amusement park. The abandoned park rides look gloomy and conceal strangeness and danger. And your task is to help specialists understand the complex history, find the missing and drive out otherworldly forces from the park.
Updated on April 29th 2015 at 09:13: The DotEmu sale ended early so those games have been removed. The Monument Valley price has also been corrected and we've included a link to the sale.Original story follows...Things are looking up for Android fanboys. Release dates are getting closer, devices are beginning to stand up to their iOS counterparts, and there's an awesome sale on Google Play right now that's offering some great games for as little as 9p. 9p!Follow this link to be taken right to the sale, where all of the games listed below are currently on offer.Earn to Die - £0.09 / $0.14HOOK - £0.09 / $0.14Monument Valley - £0.49 / $0.75Bridge Constructor - £0.29 / $0.44The Room Two - £0.59 / $0.90Worms 3 - £0.59 / $0.90LIMBO - £0.85 / $1.30Motorsport Manager - £0.30 / $0.46Need for Speed Most Wanted - £0.69 / $1.06Terraria - £0.78 $1.19Worms 2: Armageddon - £0.59 / $0.90The Dark Knight Rises - £0.09 / $0.14Dead Space - £0.69 / $1.06NBA Jam by EA Sports - £0.69 / $1.06The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - £0.79 / $1.21Bloons TD 5 - £0.50 / $0.77Prince of Persia Shadow & Flame - £0.20 / $0.31Rayman Fiesta Run - £0.20 / $0.31
Update on June 1st at 16:31: Sky Force Reloaded is now live on the App Store and Play Store for free. It looks terrific and I'm sure it'll be a blast to play.
Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs was released earlier this year on iOS where it offered a fairly novel way to play the bird slinging physics game. As of today, it's also available on Android so now everyone can enjoy flicking birds at pigs in their own living room.If you're unfamiliar with Isle of Pigs, it's pretty much the Angry Birds you'll either love or not with an augmented reality twist. You'll be able to summon the levels into the real world, whether that's your living room or you want to reign avians down on pigs in your garden.That's not the whole story though, it isn't just for the novelty of seeing the pig's little structures juxtaposed with your furnishings. You'll be able to physically walk around their questionably constructed buildings to look for any weak points it may have and gain the best possible angle for your attack. To see the game in action check out our video preview below.Released in 2017, King’s Raid is a fantasy RPG that's been winning hearts with its combination of high quality 3D heroes, raging battle contents, and stunning 3D graphics & illustrations. Since it stormed onto mobile, developer Vespa has offered up plenty of updates to keep things fresh and exciting, and this Christmas is no different. Expect festive costumes, a special dungeon event, a new hero and much more to unwrap. But, if you’re new to King’s Raid, you might want to know what all the fuss is about. Here are the ins and outs.The story of King’s Raid starts with a journey of various heroes seeking to defend against creeping evil trying to overtake the land of Orvelia. The ‘chosen warrior’ Kasel is the focus - as well as your first hero - and successive story chapters introduce a cohort of eccentric friends and foes to his journey. The cutscene dialogue between these heroes is light-hearted, anime-inspired and entertaining, so don’t be too quick to skip.Your heroes come in 7 different classes, and are represented by collectable cards. These are used to summon your selected party into the 3D battlefield, ready to take on whatever weird and wonderful monsters lie ahead. The bulk of the battles in King’s Raid are automated (save for special skills you can trigger manually), so your success usually depends on equipping your heroes with the best weapons and choosing which heroes you send into the fray wisely.To get your hands on that killer equipment and the hottest heroes so you can progress, you’ll be spending plenty of time grinding outside Story Mode. Fight your way through dungeons during co-op raids and bump heads with rival players in PvP contests, then spend your hard-earned in-game currency on new heroes, or evolving your existing ones. And when you’re not fighting, you’ll probably find yourself playing dress-up; there are loads of costumes to collect for your heroes, from the quirky to the racy.