2、<p>Spotkin is bringing its physics sandbox Contraption Maker to mobile soon.</p><p>Contraption Maker is the spiritual successor to The Incredible Machine, which was released on PC in the '90s. Think of it as a more advanced version of Fantastic Contraption.</p><p>Like that game, Contraption Maker lets you create your own Rube Goldberg machines. It's all about engineering chain reactions out of silly parts, such as toasters, motors, bombs, dogs, bears, and so on.</p><p>It's split into two main modes. The first are levels that have you building machines to fix a specific problem. So, puzzles, essentially.</p><p>The second mode is called "Maker Lab." It's where you get full freedom to create whatever it is that you want.</p><p>This free mode also supports online multiplayer for collaborative projects. Plus, you can share your creations with others online as well.</p><p>The video you can see below shows Contraption Maker working on iOS.</p>TikTakTime
4、<p>It's been a fortnight which means only one thing... it's time for SEGA to reveal their next SEGA Forever title. This time it's one of my all-time favourite classic games, Golden Axe.</p><p>Appear to him as he to me appears,
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2、<p>Steel Media is hiring a part time Staff Writer to produce written features, reviews, and news for AppSpy, a leading mobile games and apps website.</p><p>AppSpy takes an alternative look at the world of apps. With a focus on video, AppSpy is the place to go and see the latest mobile games in action. The site prides itself on its professional video reviews and features that provide expert analysis and opinions on all of the best mobile games as soon as they hit the market.</p><p>AppSpy also has a constantly growing YouTube channel - which boasts over 80,000 subscribers - and started broadcasting live streams over Twitch in the past year. It now has over 5 million views to date, and allows the site to interact directly with its audience.</p><p>Going forward, AppSpy is looking to expand its written editorial coverage - and that's where you come in.</p><p>What are we looking for?We're looking for a writer who knows their Monument Valleys from their Clash of Clans to write features, reviews, and news for AppSpy on a daily basis. Then you'll promote that content across our channels as well as explore other avenues to help your content get the most traction possible.</p>In brief:You love mobile games and have a strong level of knowledge about them.You've written all sorts of content for a bunch of different websites.You've used social media to get your content in people's faces, and are aware of how to use the likes of Reddit and N4G to grab a few more hits.<p>This is a part time role paid on a freelance retainer basis, and only open to applicants based in the UK.</p><p>If you're a good match for all of the above, please send a CV, cover letter detailing why you're right for the role, and up to three examples of your recent and relevant written copy to Glen Fox at glen (dot) fox (at) steelmedia (dot) co (dot) uk.</p><p>Pascal’s Wager, the upcoming Bloodborne-inspired hack ‘n’ slash, was shown off during the end of Apple’s ‘By Innovation Only’ event. It was used to highlight the power of the upcoming iPhone 11, and for good reason. Giant Games and Tipsworks Studios have crafted what looks to be a genuine ‘console-quality’ experience, from the visuals and sound design to the tight, challenging combat.</p><p>We originally reported on the gameplay demo showed during the event, discussing the single-player campaign and story, but what we didn’t know at the time was that Pascal’s Wager will also feature PVE and PVP multiplayer. The modes will arrive as part of planned post-launch updates, which will also include story-driven DLC.</p><p>Given the need for responsive and easy controls, it comes as a relief to hear that the game will support controllers at launch. After all, Soulsborne games are already tough enough without having to do any frustrating touchscreen thumb dancing.</p>