<p>Previous winners of our Big Indie Pitch events have involved colourful cartoon kitchens, lush fantasy worlds, and futuristic race tracks.</p><p>The winning game at the Very Big Indie Pitch at Pocket Gamer Connects 2015 in London features white writing on a black screen.</p><p>It's called Progress, and it comes from Card City Nights and Ittle Dew developer Ludosity. Here's how it works: on each page, a vague command is written on a black page. Figure out how to follow it, and you'll fill the screen with white and move on to the next screen.</p><p>Some are easy. 'Two fingers'? Hold two fingers on the screen. 'Detour'? Draw a squiggly line like you're tracing the footsteps of a tipsy hiker. 'Ten'? Tap with ten fingers. 'Eleven'? Well, now you're going to have to get creative.</p><p>Some ask you to gallop like a horse or sing into the microphone. I don't want to spoil any more challenges but suffice to say that it's constantly surprising you with barmy sentences that your brain somehow manages to convert into movements and touches.</p><p>It's the sort of brilliant party piece, where you just want to show it to someone who hasn't played it before, and watch the cogs turn in their head, and see their eyes light up when they try out their silly solutions</p><p>It's an ingenious game, and it should be out real soon.</p><p>Second place went to Tindrops: a colourful and minimalist reaction game about tapping and sliding on a whack-a-mole grid of circles. There's something vaguely Elite Beat Agents-esque about it, which is never a bad thing.</p><p>It comes from Dutch duo Markus Heukelom and Jos Blom, and is currently free on the App Store until February 1st so hey, go grab it.</p>Third place<p>And finally, the third place prize was handed to a game called Magic Flute by Mozart. I imagine the 18th century composer had little input on the actual development of this one. Can't imagine Wolfgang is too familiar with Unity.</p><p>It's inspired by the game-like stage design of an upcoming rendition of Mozart's The Magic Flute, as choreographed by Amon Miyamoto. Now, you can follow the events of the opera in the form a puzzle game.</p><p>You'll be sliding around blocks in a Monument Valley-style, isometric world, trying to solve puzzles (while also avoiding evil snakes). The music's obviously by Mozart, but there's a throaty narrator, too, relaying the story.</p><p>We'll have a video of this game soon, so you can see exactly what it looks like.</p>That th' unexperient gave the tempter place,
<p>The Moomins has been around since 1947 and it certainly hasn't faded into the background. With comic strips, comic books, a selection of chinaware, and a very popular television show in the early 90s, to hear that a Moomins game is on the cards is quite exciting indeed.</p><p>Moomin Quest: The Lost Winter follows the story of Moomin and his friends as they set about their quest to find the Lady of the Cold and find out why winter is missing.</p><p>Though it's not entirely clear, the game seems to be fairly fast-paced as the levels progress and work by tapping tiles, all of which react in a different way - i.e. some tiles will speed up gameplay, some tiles require multiple taps before they disappear, etc.</p><p>Coming to iOS and Android sometime between September and October, Moomin Quest: The Lost Winter will be free with in-app purchases.</p><p>Rogue Legacy, Cellar Door Games’ hugely inventive roguelike, has stealth launched onto the App Store, surprising and delighting fans of good games everywhere.</p><p>This latest port is called Rogue Legacy: Wanderer Edition, and it contains all post-launch DLC and updates for the original PC and console versions. From today until August 11th, you’ll be able to pick it up for only $0.99 – a huge reduction over its normal $3.99 price tag.</p>
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Rusty Lake: Roots Mod Rusty Lake: Roots v1.3.1 mod Features:Free to buy the gameJames Vanderboom's life drastically changes when he plants a special seed in the garden of the house he has inherited. Expand your bloodline by unlocking portraits in the tree of life.Rusty Lake: Roots is the second premium point-and-click adventure by Rusty Lake, the creators of the Cube Escape series and Rusty Lake Hotel.Features:- Pick-up-and-play:Easy to start but hard to put down.- Unique storyline:Experience the beginning and end of characters' lives and build your own family tree. - More than 33 levels:The biggest Rusty Lake game so far is filled with puzzles- Full of suspense and atmosphere:Switching from calm to very dark moments- Immersive soundtrack:Each level has its own theme song and variations- Achievements:The tree has more secrets to unravelClick on the arrows, drag or swipe to navigate around the environment. Some objects you can drag. Interact with people and objects by clicking. Select found items in your inventory and click somewhere on screen to use them.Please email us at [email protected] if you are experiencing any problem. For all players who experience a small glitch, please try the Reset level option in settings first, if this doesn't work, let us know so we can fix it in an update! We will unfold the Rusty Lake story one step at a time. So check RustyLake.com every day for new content! Like, follow and subscribe:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rustylakecomInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/rustylakecomTwitter: https://twitter.com/rustylakecomMailing list: http://eepurl.com/bhphw1<p>As reported by GamerBraves, there has been a new trailer for Diablo Immortal which has been uploaded to the game's Chinese website in the midst of the ongoing ChinaJoy 2020 tradeshow. It's also available to pre-register for iOS and Android there too, though there's still no word on a release date.</p><p>Here is what we've learned about the Diablo Immortal on the latest BlizzCon!</p><p>The trailer itself, which can be seen in the embedded tweet below, shows a whole host of gameplay snippets, and it looks to be shaping up nicely. You can see a plethora of the different classes in action, firing off their various abilities whilst slaying hordes of enemies.<p>New Diablo Immortal trailer from ChinaJoy 2020.The game is now available for pre-registration in China. Planned for release on iOS and Android. pic.twitter.com/VOH1qHQDwM— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) July 31, 2020There's also a part in the trailer that shows 10 different characters working together to smash apart some kind of horse and carriage, suggesting large numbers of players working together in PVP will be possible when the game eventually launches.</p>Krystopia: Nova's Journey review - "Point & click frustrations"<p>The release of Diable Immortal has become something of a joke among fans of the series who are waiting for the game to come to mobile. It was initially announced back in 2018, and we appear to be no closer to learning when it launch, though perhaps now we'll learn something in the coming days.</p><p>Diablo Immortal is available to pre-register now over in China for both iOS and Android. This can be done by heading over to the game's official website. As for the release date, we still have to wait, though you can pre-register for the game on Google Play if you'd like. That's been an option for a while now, mind.</p>Looking for a more traditional RPG experience to play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad
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