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    <p>How did you like the first Lifeline..., Android players? Not bad. Pretty good. Fancy playing the sequel now that you can?</p><p>Yes, Lifeline 2 is now available on Android. It came out for iOS back in September so it wasn't too long a wait.</p><p>The idea of this real-time adventure sequel is pretty much the same except there's a change in setting.</p><p>So, yes, you'll get notifications throughout the day updating you on the journey of the person you're looking over. And, yes, you'll have to make decisions for them.</p><p>But this time you're not helping someone stuck on the moon. Instead, it's a woman named Arika who's out to get revenge for her family.</p><p>The story is written by the same people who wrote Lifeline...'s story (including Fables: The Wolf Among Us author Dave Justus) so hopefully it lives up to expectations.</p><p>Oh, and you can get the notifications sent to your phone or, if you have Android Wear, can get them diverted to that instead.</p><p>Wanna pick it up? Lifeline 2 is £2.35 / $2.99 over on Google Play.</p>�And now she would the caged cloister fly.

    &#;二战坦克指挥官(试玩版) MOD APK&#;<p>[This story was originally published on our sister site PocketGamer.biz]We have just over two months to go until the biggest and best mobile games show in the western world hits London again.</p><p>But we wanted to give you a heads up on some of the cool stuff you'll be able to discover at Pocket Gamer Connects London 2016, as well as a final chance to submit your own talks and genuinely get involved.</p><p>Plus our all-important Early Bird cheap ticket program will be ending midnight UK time on Friday 6th November.</p><p>We can reveal there will be at least 7 distinct tracks taking place at PG Connects featuring over 100 speakers helping to engage, inform and excite you about every major part of the mobile games industry.</p><p>As detailed below, the line up will include updated versions of some familiar crowd favourites, as well as some new elements, all delivered with our customary spin (hell if you can't have some fun at a games conference then where can you?!)</p>Best of British<p>The UK is fighting its way back to the very top table of the games industry with a host of initiatives (regional and national), plentiful funding opportunities, new platforms (mobile in particular but also VR), and, of course, plenty of raw talent.</p><p>Here we celebrate the best of the game makers and technology creators with success stories from around the country, explore the advantages of making games in Britain and look ahead to the future of the UK industry.</p>Indie Appocalypse<p>The mobile gaming landscape may seem a harsh and unforgiving place for developers having to battle against the twin threats of deep pocketed-super developers like Machine Zone, EA, King and Supercell, and consumers happy to give you their brains, but who are less keen on opening their wallets.</p><p>This track will brief you on the situation and arm you with strategies, tools and techniques needed to survive and thrive against the odds before explaining why indies may be best placed to deliver the antidote to the real threat of consumer apathy.</p><p>[img id="62131" caption=""]</p>Global Games Publishing: East meets West<p>Highlighting the key trends, challenges and opportunities for modern publishers thinking on a global scale, we'll investigate the power of brands, discuss the emergence of eSports and explore the established and emerging markets in Asia and beyond to identify the where you should be focusing next.</p>Monetise, Retain, Acquire<p>The funnel has been turned on its head in recent years meaning it's now vital that you establish a model to keep the player returning and spending before splashing UA dollars.</p><p>Monetise, Retain and Acquire will connect you with the biggest names and smartest minds of the industry to provide all the info you need in one place, including an exploration of new and old media (from specialist press to YouTubers and Twitchers).</p>Future Visions (AR &amp; VR)<p>VR is the new black right now for the games scene, both in mobile and console/PC.</p>

    <p>Obviously things are going to be pretty Valentine's Day oriented today, and aside from Hidden Folks coming out tomorrow, Adriaan de Jongh's put a couple of his more interactive games on sale.</p><p>TWO GAME COCKS were fiercely fighting for the mastery of the farmyard. One at last put the other to flight. The vanquished Cock skulked away and hid himself in a quiet corner, while the conqueror, flying up to a high wall, flapped his wings and crowed exultingly with all his might. An Eagle sailing through the air pounced upon him and carried him off in his talons. The vanquished Cock immediately came out of his corner, and ruled henceforth with undisputed mastery.Why has it topped the charts?

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    �<p>We're trying something a little different with our Steam section. We're using it as an opportunity to experiment with the way we cover games.</p><p>So instead of the usual 'news, reviews, previews, and features' malarkey that most sites go for, we are - for now - focusing on recommendations. Just writing about the Steam games we reckon you should buy, and not much else.</p><p>Hopefully, it will be a worthwhile resource with lots of interesting games that will help you find your next puzzle game addiction, or a memorable indie gem, or a game so clever it makes your brain explode.</p><p>That's the plan, at least. Let us know if we're successful. Anyway, here's what we picked out this week:</p><p>Captain Forever Remix is a game about blowing up ships, stealing their thrusters and guns and lasers, and duct taping them to your own spacecraft. It's charming and super clever.</p><p>The best thing about Westerado: Double Barreled - a pixel art Wild West whodunit - is that you can approach your mission in any way you want, killing people left and right. The dynamic story just adapts to your mad, anarchic decisions.</p><p>Take Nokia classic Snake and turn it into a devilishly difficult physics puzzler. You get Snakebird - a game that had me pulling my hair out on about level three. The developer tells Pocket Gamer that a mobile version is planned.</p><p>I had to recommend Dex, even if it is a tad broken. Hopefully a patch will fix up some of the more obvious issues, because they're hiding a stylish cyberpunk RPG that is a bit Deus Ex, only with three fewer letters.</p><p>I'm cheating on this one because I played Axiom Verge on PS4. But, hey, I'm sure this slick, retro-flavoured Metroidvania is just as good on PC. It's got some really good ideas inspired by glitched out games that will appeal to anyone who's wiggled an NES cartridge mid-game.</p><p>Chroma Squad is a game about managing an indie TV studio that puts on a Power Rangers-style TV show. And that would be cool enough, but then you record an episode of the show by playing a turn-based tactical battle on a green screen and, gah, so good.</p><p>Invisible Inc. comes from the guys behind Mark of the Ninja, so they you know they know stealth games. But this one's different, as it operates like a tactics game and is structured like a roguelike. All in all, quite a belter.</p><p>We also told you how to make money in AdVenture Captalist and add external games to your Steam Library, and we picked the 14 best Metroidvanias and 19 best point and click adventures.</p><p>Let us know how we're getting on, send us your Steam recommendations, and generally ramble on incoherently about your favourite colour in the comments, below.</p>�

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