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1、<p>As first spotted by Touch Arcade, Butterscotch Shenanigans' Levelhead has now opened for pre-order over on the App Store. It's a platformer with a large focus on user-generated levels, and it's heading for launch on April 30th. </p><p>You'll play as an employee of the Levelhead Division whose job it is to programme delivery bots capable of handling various platforming challenges. You'll go about this by using all manner of creative tools to assemble your own tricky levels.</p>
2、<p>If you've had cravings for a striking story-based game you'll want to keep an eye on The Mooseman, coming to iOS and Android on April 17th.</p><p>vshareapkdownload.com<p>Updated November 28: Nintendo has spoken up about the recent rumours of a Switch version of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, which were sparked by Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma himself. Speaking to Eurogamer, the company clarified that there are no plans for a Switch version of the game at this time.</p><p>The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword made liberal use of the Wii’s motion controls, potentially making it a difficult title to translate to the Nintendo Switch. For now, we’ll just have to keep on hoping Nintendo will consider it in the future.</p><p>The original article continues below.During a Zelda music event in Japan, Eiji Aonuma, series director of The Legend of Zelda, teased the possibility of Skyward Sword coming to Switch.</p><p>A post on the site Weibo quotes Aonuma as having said 'I know what you're waiting for, Skyward Sword for Switch, right?'. This, unsurprisingly, has set my mind alight with possibilities.<p>It seems Aonuma teased Skyward Sword for Switch at the Zelda concert in Osaka today. Multiple attendees are tweeting about it.— Zalman (@enterzalman) November 25, 2018 Earlier this year, Nintendo put up a job listing seeking a level designer for the next Legend of Zelda title. Could it perhaps be the case that this potential remaster is the new game referenced by Nintendo?</p><p>Skyward Sword relied heavily on the Wii's motion controls for its combat, and so there would likely have to be some alterations made if it were to work in handheld mode on Switch. That being said, changes to controls are generally accepted within remasters, but redesigning levels would be taking it one step further.</p><p>The game received almost universal critical acclaim on release, though it's since become one of the most controversial entries in the long-running series. To this day, you'll still find fans complaining about its linear nature, and mandatory motion controls did not go down well with everyone.</p><p>Maybe it'd be best, then, if this new version was to receive some extensive revisions. For now, this is mostly just speculation over what could have just been a fun tease, but we'll let you know as soon as any further info appears. Perhaps we'll get a full reveal at next week's Game Awards.</p>
- <p>We didn't have much info when Telltale announced its newest series featuring the iconic Batman apart from a small teaser.</p><p>While we still do not have any trailer or in game screenshot, we now know a bit more about the setting and general direction that the game is going to take.</p><p>At GDC, we learned that Batman will be developed by the same team that did such an excellent job on Tales From the Borderlands. As I thought this was Telltale's best since The Walking Dead, this is really good news.</p>
- <p>In the second Pokemon GO post of the day, it's the game's one-year anniversary - can you believe it?</p><p>Having launched last July, the popular AR game took the world by storm and has been received overwhelmingly. It's not only provided a ton of fun for players, but has also encouraged people to exercise, birthed new friendships, and created an incredible community of players. According to the latest blog post, players have collected over 125 billion Pokemon, and there's no sign of stopping yet.</p><p>Where Raid Battles kicked off a couple of weeks ago, the celebration continues with a very special Pikachu rocking a very familiar hat. That's right, Pikachus discovered in the wild will be wearing Ash's original hat (ugh, my feelings). This'll run from July 6th to July 24th.</p><p>You'll also be able to grab limited-time Anniversary Boxes at a discount from the in-game shop. These are stuffed with Incubators, Ultra Balls, Max Revives, and Raid Passes.</p><p>Of course, Niantic still has some more stuff planned for us, but you'll have to watch this space.</p>
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