<p>Animoca Brands has released an all-new title set in the Beast Quest universe. Beast Quest: Ultimate Heroes is a 3D tower defence game that blends collectable card elements with resource management and some light RPG systems.</p><p>You'll take on an evil wizard who has gone and enslaved the magical beasts of Avantia, the fantasy setting fans of the books will recognise. You play as Tom, the son of a legendary hero known as Taladon the Swift, as well as many other heroes and their trained beasts. Along the way, you'll take on hordes of powerful enemies, earn better equipment, and work to boost the power of your team.</p><p>All of the playable and NPC characters are pulled directly from the novels, of which there are many, and will boast their own characteristics and level systems. There are 8 heroes in total to master, 13 types of tower cards to defend yourself from enemy assaults, and 20 distinct items to seek out and equip. More content is set to be added in future updates.</p><p>This isn't the first video game adaptation of the popular Beast Quest novels, with Animoca Brands having previously released an open-world adventure title for mobile set in the same universe. Harry reviewed Beast Master 2015 at launch, saying "overall the game is pretty solid, but you get the feeling it's on the verge of being spectacular and it just misses out". He had plenty of praise for the game's smart controls but found its abundant fetch quests to be mundane and repetitive.</p><p>Beast Quest: Ultimate Heroes is currently only available for download from the Samsung Galaxy Store, though it's set to arrive on different platforms and mobile stores beginning in March this year. From what I've seen, it could be decent fun if you're a fan of the series, and while I never got around to playing it, Beast Master 2015 sounds like it's also worth a shot.</p>Top 25 best RPGs on iPhone and iPad<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>
A BALD KNIGHT, who wore a wig, went out to hunt. A sudden puff of wind blew off his hat and wig, at which a loud laugh rang forth from his companions. He pulled up his horse, and with great glee joined in the joke by saying, "What a marvel it is that hairs which are not mine should fly from me, when they have forsaken even the man on whose head they grew."
<p>Twitter's been a magical place for news today it seems, and especially since Gareth Noyce essentially just teased Lumo's Nintendo Switch debut. <p>pic.twitter.com/E2Nw4wFRTh— Gareth In The Shell (@korruptor) July 27, 2017 After a cheeky screenshot showing off the game running on the Switch, people are understandably excited - myself included. If you've got no idea what I'm on about, Lumo is a 3D isometric puzzler which has already come out on Steam, PS4, Xbox One, and PS Vita.</p><p>As I've said before, I was fortunate enough to try the game out a couple of years back at EGX and it was an absolute joy to play. In fact, it brings back an area of gaming people aren't too aware they're missing, and on a portable platform like the Switch (without the issue surrounding its Vita version), it'll undoubtedly be one to add to the collection.</p><p>There's no time frame and no expectations or estimations as of yet, but we'll keep you updated once we know more.</p><p>Source: Twitter.</p>
<p>Spiritus is an upcoming open-world RPG from TinyNerd that's heading to mobile at some stage in the future. The full release won't be arriving anytime soon; however, there will be a pre-alpha released in a few months that apparently has a lot of content for players to try out.</p><p>Spiritus sports a pixel art aesthetic that remains very popular on mobile. The game itself will see players embarking on a journey to uncover the details of an ancient story. Along the way, you'll have to battle a variety of enemies, build relationships with other characters and customise your own, including their combat skills.</p><p>Some of the missions you'll have to carry out will include gathering enough money to fund the local school and eliminating bandits that have control over the villages. There will also be dungeons to explore, which will be randomly generated.</p><p>A big part of your offence will come through Magicus. There will be a library where you can take the time to study magic and discover powerful potions that will prove invaluable throughout your journey. On top of that, you'll be able to learn an array of powerful spells that can be used to defeat your enemies.</p><p>In a recent post promoting the game on Reddit, the developer stated that the game will be controlled through swipes for both movement and combat. They also added that although there is combat, at the moment Spiritus leans more towards being an exploration game with action segments sprinkled in.</p><p>It has been nearly a year since I went hands-on with Cadence. Back then, it was already an elegant and playful music-based puzzler. In fact, I thought it was almost finished.</p><p>So it was surprising to find that creator Made With Monster Love has just put Cadence on Kickstarter to seek £25,000 in funding. Is it not nearly finished, then?</p><p>It seems it's getting close. But the Kickstarter isn't to fund what makes up the core of Cadence - its creators want to try something else with it.</p><p>"With all the elements in Cadence, might it be possible for us to build an entirely new way of making music? Could Cadence be a creative tool that anyone can use -- novice or maestro?" it reads on the game's Kickstarter.</p><p>Yep, what Made With Monster Love want to do is create a way for anyone to create actual music with Cadence, rather than just solve musical puzzles.</p><p>This requires that players can form levels and compositions with ease. This is where a lot of the funding will go, it seems.</p><p>The studio also reckons it has ideas to include "more music theory and production without losing the intuitive appeal of Cadence."</p><p>Part of this taking Cadence in this new direction is getting the game into more hands so that you and others can determine where it is taken.</p><p>So, if you fancy supporting Cadence's further development as both a musical puzzler, and a digital instrument in of itself, have a look at its Kickstarter.</p><p>The plan is to bring Cadence to PC and iPad by early 2016.</p>
THE BEASTS of the field and forest had a Lion as their king. He was neither wrathful, cruel, nor tyrannical, but just and gentle as a king could be. During his reign he made a royal proclamation for a general assembly of all the birds and beasts, and drew up conditions for a universal league, in which the Wolf and the Lamb, the Panther and the Kid, the Tiger and the Stag, the Dog and the Hare, should live together in perfect peace and amity. The Hare said, "Oh, how I have longed to see this day, in which the weak shall take their place with impunity by the side of the strong." And after the Hare said this, he ran for his life.
The Cat and the Birds
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