<p>If you're the type to get bored of always being the good guy in your video games, perhaps the upcoming Alchemy War: Clash of Magic might be your sorta thing. It sees you wreaking havoc on a fantastical land as, wait for it… a magical devil.</p><p>The story unfolds in a place of mysticism and magic known as the Alchemy Continent. Its inhabitants are an eclectic bunch, with plenty of fantasy orcs and other weird creatures knocking about. The Great Devil himself has decided that he's a little fed up of all this "various peoples coexisting together" nonsense, and so he decides to pull together an army, supress any traitors, and march out to reclaim the six kingdoms.</p>
1、The Bat and the Weasels<p>You might be familiar with PocApp Studios' previous game Castle Cats. It's a popular idle RPG that's been downloaded over 5 million times. Now, they've announced they'll be releasing a new game called Dungeon Dogs for iOS and Android. They've swapped out the kittens for the pups but they've kept the all-important alliteration.</p><p>Dungeon Dogs takes place in the kingdom of Lupinia where an evil cat king rules and dogs are treated like second class citizens. A group of rebels that includes hounds called Lyra, Ken and Poppy will rise up against this oppression when they discover there might be a true heir to the throne.</p><p>This will see you tackling a host of story quests that will be expanded over time. At launch, the game is set to have around 85 of them but PocApp says more will undoubtedly follow. Similarly, the game will also have regular events to keep players coming back to upgrade and battle with their canine crew.</p><p>There will be 45 different dogs to collect on release, again with more planned to be added post-launch. Once you've assembled a dog squad that you're happy with you can set them up for battle, kick back and let them do all the work. This is an idle RPG after all.</p><p>Each pupper will have a set of skills to unlock that will make them more potent in battle. On top of that, there will also be traits and costumes that you can equip them with, further increasing their strengths. If you've played Castle Cats, you'll mostly know what to expect here as Dungeon Dogs isn't looking to change the gameplay too much.</p><p>Dungeon Dogs will be available on the App Store and Google Play at some stage. There is currently no release date set in stone but we'll be sure to keep you updated. It will be a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Prefer your RPGs a little less idle? No problem, here are 25 of the best available for Android<p> </p>
2、<p>Death, they say, is the great equalizer, but it’s still a topic that’s rarely broached in games in a serious manner. A Mortician’s Tale has sought to change that, and has been heralded as one of the great indie games of 2017. Now, A Mortician’s Tale is getting a chance to shine on iOS.</p><p>Laundry Bear Games announced today that A Mortician’s Tale will be coming to iPhone and iPad later this month. This narrative adventure game puts you in charge of a funeral home. You’ll embalm or cremate the deceased, attend funerals, and learn more about the families that are left behind in the wake of death.</p><p>My Town World - Games for Kids(Mod Menu)The scars of battle scapeth by the flight,
4、Anne found that she could go on living; the day came when she even smiled again over one of Miss Cornelia's speeches. But there was something in the smile that had never been in Anne's smile before and would never be absent from it again.
1、<p>Sneaky Sneaky is a gorgeous looking stealth action game that’s just landed on the App Store. It’s part Zelda, part Metal Gear, and has more than a few tricks up its sleeve.</p><p>You play a hooded thief who has his loot spirited away. You need to travel through a series of levels, re-stealing your rubies and dealing with the monsters and guards that block your path.</p><p>Things start off pretty simply. You can see the field of vision of your foes, and you need to keep out of it and make your way to the exit.</p><p>Then you get a sword, which you can use to fight enemies. Hide in a bush or a hay stack and you can pop out for a simple one-hit kill.</p><p>Get spotted and the game becomes a sort of turn-based battler. You’ve got a set number of hearts, and if they’re chipped away you die.</p>
3、<p>2018 has been a long, long year in many respects, but it's almost over. Now is the time to put your feet up, have a nice hot drink, and spend time with your friends and family (or at the very least with your favourite games and movies).</p><p>So we here at Pocket Gamer want to wish you a Merry Christmas, and a Happy Holidays to those who don't celebrate Christmas. We'll be taking some time off over the next week to recharge our batteries, and we'll see you at the start of 2019 for more news, reviews, tips, and features on the biggest and best Android, iOS, and Switch games. And maybe some 3DS and Vita titles if we're feeling like it.</p><p>But don't run away just yet! We'll still have stuff going up over the next week, with each of the writers taking their turn to highlight their favourite games of 2018. We'll also be looking back at some of the biggest moments of the year, and having a peek at what the future has in store for mobile and Switch gaming.</p><p>Until then, we hope you have a wonderful week, that your life is free from stress, and that your holiday wishes come true. See you, space cowboys.</p><p>The ports of both weird and wonderful Oddworld games, the third-person platformer Munch's Oddysee and bounty hunting shooter Stranger's Wrath, are currently discounted on the App Store, available for £0.99 / $0.99 each.</p><p>Munch's Oddysee is a sequel to the classic Abe's Exodus, following the titular Munch through a dangerous world as you overcome dangers with psychic powers and other special abilities.</p><p>Stranger's Wrath combines the series' otherworldly nature with intense shooter action, as you wield living ammo to defeat and capture bounties.</p><p>You can find both games on iPad and iPhone.</p>