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<p>The post-apocalyptic road trip gets even more interesting with Death Road To Canada's latest update, titled COCCYX, expanded the zombie adventure roguelite with more characters to find, new events to survive, a new persistent upgrade mechanic, and more.</p><p>The most important addition is that last one, an unlock system that lets you use "Zombo points" to buy perks, traits, special bonuses, supplies, and recruits at the start of each journey. You'll even now get unique endings based on your character's perks and traits.</p><p>Those new recruits include a yellow haired "Bort", the Battle Rodents, a powerful Lizard Kaiju, among others, allowing for even more wacky teams to travel with.</p><p>New events will let you use that team in desperate situations, while special traders - Gnome Trader, Sleepy Trader, to name a few - add rare unlocks and upgrades to encounter in settlements.</p><p>Along with the update, Death Road To Canada has also increased its price, raising to £9.99/$9.99. You can get the bigger and better Death Road on iPad and iPhone.</p>The Birdcatcher, the Partridge, and the Cock<p>Happy Wheels is finally heading to Android devices after being available on iOS since 2015. You can sign up to be part of the beta for the physics-based obstacle game by filling in the application form. </p><p>Happy Wheels has always been a supremely popular game. It was made famous by several high-profile YouTubers like Markiplier and Jacksepticeye making a plethora of videos featuring them losing their minds/overacting as they hurtled through various courses. The needless levels of violence alongside the crazy physics seem to really take hold of audiences earlier this decade and it's undoubtedly one of the earliest examples of a 'YouTube' game.</p><p>The App Store version of Happy Wheels has over 60 levels to tackle featuring various oddball characters such as an irresponsible dad who tears around on a bicycle with his son questionably sat in a baby seat without being properly secured into it. It also has a level editor so players can create their own physics-based obstacle course madness.</p><p>You can also upload the levels you've created so that you can play other people's creations, which gives Happy Wheels an awful lot of content. Though obviously the quality will vary as it often does with user submitted levels.</p><p>So we can probably expect all of this to be available when the game makes its way over to Android devices. Which of these features will be available in the beta however, aren't known at the moment. The iOS version has also been regularly updated since its initial release, though it hasn't received any new content in over a year now.</p><p>Happy Wheels will eventually be available via Google Play but you can apply to be part of the beta by filling in the Google Form application. If you're an Apple user then you can grab Happy Wheels on the App Store. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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with NAVER WEBTOON<p>Crescent Moon Games, creators of the Silver Award-winning Ravensword: Shadowlands, have released a trailer for their upcoming open-world RPG, Exiles: Far Colony.</p><p>Unlike the fantasy-driven Ravensword, Exiles is an RPG of the sci-fi variety. It's headed to iOS "later this year."</p><p>The teaser for Exiles shows off various locations across the game's alien world, which you can explore and do battle on in both third and first-person modes.</p><p>Sean Beeson, who composed the score for Ravensword along with other games by Crescent Moon, is once again contributing an original soundtrack for Exiles.</p><p>Exiles: Far Colony made it onto PocketGamer's list of most anticipated upcoming mobiles games for being "audaciously ambitious."</p><p>Check out the trailer for Exiles: Far Colony below.</p>"Won't you let Mr. Ford see your life-book, Captain Jim?" asked Anne, when Captain Jim finally declared that yarn-spinning must end for the time.
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<p>This competition is now closed! Thanks all who entered, and be sure to subscribe to the newsletter for future competitions!</p>Hey folks, this week we relaunch our superb Pick Of The Week newsletter. Every Friday, we'll send a handpicked selection of the best mobile gaming stories, direct to your inbox. You'll never miss another important iOS, Android or Switch update! News, features, tips, guides, reviews - we'll ping the best over to you.<p>All you have to do is sign up now. And guess what? As an incentive to try it out, we're going to be giving a prize to random people on our email list for the next couple of weeks.</p><p>That's right. We have boxed copies of the awesome board game Abalone to give away. Three up for grabs this week! That's three people receiving a sweet tabletop strategy game from Asmodee.</p><p>It's easy. Scroll down to the bottom of this page. See where it says "Sign Up to get Pocket Gamer in your inbox"? Please sign up! Give us a valid email address so we can contact you if you're randomly selected from the list. Be sure to check the Weekly Updates box. Hit Sign Me Up. And your name will be in the hat!</p><p>Don't worry if you already previously joined - everybody's included, we'll pull three names from the total list when the new newsletter goes out. (Don't worry: if the fun stops and you don't want to receive the newsletter any more, simply unsubscribe from the emails using the link at the bottom of the emails we send you.)</p><p>Terms and conditions apply, of course, did you think we'd forget those?</p><p>First published in 1990, Abalone is a two-player strategy game designed by Michel Lalet and Laurent Lévi. You play with black and white marbles on a hexagonal board with the objective of pushing six of the opponent's balls off the edge. It's similar in set-up to Chinese Checkers but with important modifications. It's sold 10 million units and has won awards, including Game Of The Decade at the Cannes Games Festival. There are iOS and Android versions now, courtesy of Asmodee Digital.</p><p>Your new Pick Of The Week email will hit your inbox weekly sharing 10 of the top stories from the mobile and handheld gaming world. We know you're going to find it a valuable resource of news about the best games.</p><p>Sign up now and cross your fingers!</p>The Sims FreePlay MOD APK is one of the best products from Electronic Arts. Yeah, this latest part and already Sims-based three products already launched. This is 4th game from The Sims series. Most java mobile gamers and Symbian gamers tried this game. Because Sims series games are most trended in 2008 to 2011. Also, this gaming series crossed 20+ birthdays.<p>Back on June 9th, Hearthstone was updated to version 17.4 which introduced a plethora of pirates to Blizzard's popular digital card game. This saw the start of the Felfire Festival which continues today with the addition of a free, five-chapter Solo Adventure called Trial by Felfire as the game hits version 17.4.1.</p><p>This will follow the adventure of Aranna Starseeker as she sets off on a journey of self-exploration. Along the way, she teams up with the Demon Hunters and more specifically Illidan Stormrage himself. Together they'll battle their way through to fight the leader of the Rusted Legion, Mecha-Jaraxxus. Emerging victorious from this adventure will net players the Rusted Legion card back.</p><p>Elsewhere, Battlegrounds is set to receive a balancing patch tomorrow. This will fix a few bugs and see a change to Twin Slice among other things. If you're interested in all the tweaks that will be carried out you can check out the patch notes on Blizzard's site.</p><p>The Felfire Festival will, of course, continue next week too, with a different activity for players to engage with. This time around it will see them completing the Trial by Felfire Challenges. Here you'll have to construct your own decks to take on a variety of the most powerful bosses in Outland. Successfully beating these missions will earn players a Golden Kael’thas legendary card.</p>