And new pervert a reconciled maid.'<p>During our time covering mobile games (which stretches back to the very beginning in fact) we’ve seen a fair share of good, bad, and downright ugly titles released over the years. From well-intended but ill-conceived tactical RPGs like Strike Team Hydra, to completely lazy, half-hearted releases like Bill and Ted’s Wyld Stallyns, we’ve seen some of the worst dross ever to grace a smart screen.</p><p>Even the most experienced development teams, handling hugely popular IPs have managed to churn out some truly awful titles (we can’t think of any more egregious than Dr. Mario). Besides the hope that developers might actually take on board our criticisms, we like to think that these games might at least, if nothing else, inspire potential developers to make something better.</p><p>Thanks to assistance from various online tools and game engines like Unity and Unreal, more and more aspiring indie developers have been able to realise their game ideas, some of which we’ve had the privilege of seeing come through our own Big Indie Pitch competition, like Golf Peaks and TerraGenesis.</p><p>That being said, these tools can only go so far. Not everyone has the time or coding skills required to put together a game from scratch, especially if you don’t have a budget. One of the best solutions in this case is to use an app template service. It’s a great way to get a taste of app development, with a choice from thousands of high-quality templates to help lay down your ideas.</p><p>For anyone that hasn’t tried it before, an app template basically provides the source code needed to handle the core functionality of your app. It simplifies the entire process of development and gives you a great foundation to build your app according to a beautiful and tried and tested design, whether it’s a platformer, match-3 game, or a puzzle game. They’re also a great way to discover the best practices needed to tackle bug fixes and adhere to clean design, so even experienced coders can benefit from using them.</p><p>Whilst recent difficulties with Chupamobile (which was until now the biggest app template service) may have shaken developer confidence in such schemes, companies like Sell My App have been able to witness the shortcomings of its competitors and improve where others have failed. Most notably by providing a highly responsive support system and a strong and fair refund policy.</p><p>This commitment to providing a fair and reliable service has been returned in kind with a swathe of positive reviews and approval from its customers. What’s more, Sell My App provides a full suite of services designed to maximise your app’s potential, including app store submission, advertising integration, and HD quality game assets.</p><p>If it sounds like something you’d like to try, be sure to head over to Sell My App’s official site for more details.</p>
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2、<p>Warm Lamp Games’ chilling dystopian spy game, Beholder, is moving to Nintendo Switch in December with the help of publisher Curve Digital. Beholder has already made waves on mobile and Steam, and now it will make its way to Switch in a brand new Complete Edition that comes packaged with the Blissful Sleep DLC.</p><p>In Beholder, you’ve been hired by the state to manage an apartment building and spy on your tenants, placing wiretaps, cameras, and even searching through their belongings. Report any shady business, whether that’s brewing rebellion or anything else Big Brother might be wary of.</p><p>Makeup master (no ads)
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4、<p>Neutronized has been a prolific mobile developer over the years, releasing the likes of Swap-Swap Panda, Mineblast, Yokai's Dungeon and the Super Cat Tales series among many others. They're generally all a good time too so word of a new release is always worth getting excited about.</p><p>And that's exactly what we've got today. Neutronized announced on Twitter that their next project will be called Picnic Penguin and it will be heading for iOS and Android next year, with the App Store listing the expected release date as January 13th.<p>you're a penguin, trying to have a picnic - Picnic Penguin is coming early next year! ???? #indiedev????> tasty puzzles????> sokoban inspired????> PRE-ORDER on iOS: https://t.co/xKiCEjxEgp pic.twitter.com/p5EkuafCum— Neutronized (@Neutronized) November 26, 2020It's a Sokoban inspired puzzler that sports the usual bright, cheerful and cutesy aesthetic that many of their previous titles possess. You'll be tasked with guiding a little penguin as it tries to push various tasty treats onto a picnic basket.</p><p>That means pushing multiple blocks at a time and rearranging them to clear a path so that you can complete the levels. There will be several worlds to work your way through with varied puzzles to keep your brain guessing. You can check out some gameplay in the embedded tweet and video in this article.</p><p>Late last month Google held their annual European Google Play Indie Games Showcase at the Saatchi Gallery in London. Twenty European developers were brought along to showcase their games to industry veterans, members of the curious public, and the press. We went along to check out the entrants and will be giving an introduction to each of them over the next week. </p><p>Among the twenty games showcased was AntVentor, from LoopyMood. An adventure game with a miniature hero.</p>
3、<p>InfiniteCorp is an upcoming decision-based card game set in a cyberpunk world where your choices will have an impact on the citizens of that world. It's expected to release for both iOS and Android on March 16th 2020.</p><p>InfiniteCorp takes place in an independent city-state called Babylon 6 that's been built in the middle of the ocean. Here genetic modifications and cybernetic implants are found in abundance and the majority of the population has never seen natural plants or animals. It's a dangerous place to live and you'll be tasked with trying to keep a balance between five different groups.</p><p>Those groups are the Elites, Citizens, Media, Security and the Criminal Overlords. Naturally, they'll all have their own motivations and opinions on the other groups. For instance, the Elites don't care about the lives of Babylon 6's lower-class populace, so if you make choices that benefit them, the upper echelons won't be particularly pleased.</p><p>To make all of these different decisions the game plays out in a similar fashion to something like Reigns. You'll swipe left or right to make your choice whenever you receive a request from someone from one of those groups where you'll have to deal with a variety of unpleasant issues such as corruption, terrorism or dishonest contractors.</p><p>These different scenarios are presented to the player through cards, with more different sets of them available in subsequent playthroughs. Similarly, there are also new character's to unlock that are earned by reaching certain milestones or through specific decisions. Once you've unlocked them they will be available forever.</p><p>InfiniteCorp will be available over on the App Store and Google Play when it is released on March 16th this year. It will be a premium game that costs $2.99 and you can pre-order it now on both storefronts if you'd like.</p>Reigns: Her Majesty review - A date with destiny