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4、<p>Forge is the working title of Winko Games's new build and battler that takes inspiration from Walking War Robots and Clash of Clans.</p><p>As you can expect, you'll build your own city full of resource producers, research facilities, and defensive buildings. Aside from the decent 3D visuals, you've seen this all before.</p><p>Where Forge differs is in its units and battle system. Rather than chuck out a bunch of barbarians and archers like in Clash of Clans, you'll build your own individual titan (basically robot) units out of parts.</p><p>At launch, there'll be 40 titans, but you'll have to unlock all of their parts before you can use them. These are earned via a gacha mechanic, and you can check out the blueprints for all titans at any point to see what you need to complete them.</p><p>There are three different types of titan: ranged, tank, and support, and you'll need to use them strategically in unison to successfully destroy an opponent's base.</p><p>You'll also find 12 pilots to choose from which provide your titan with skills. These help swing the battle in your favour.</p><p>Battling is very similar to Clash of Clans. You select a base to assault and then tactically place your units on the battlefield.</p><p>The difference here is that you can then take direct control of your units and strategically take down your opponent's defences, pausing at any moment to take stock of the battle.</p><p>Not only does this mean that you'll have a far greater level of control in combat than similar build and battlers, it also means you'll have to pay greater attention to where you place your defensive buildings in your base.</p><p>Forge is currently in soft-launch in The Netherlands and Philippines, but will launch globally on iOS around June 2016 with an Android version set to follow shortly after.</p><p>Another of our previous Big Indie Pitch contestants, Arcane Circus, is releasing their newest game Crap! I'm Broke: Out of Pocket today on iOS and Android.</p><p>Similar to their popular browser game, Crap! I'm Broke, Crap! I'm Broke: Out of Pocket is a hectic life-management game in which you're just trying to get by in an economy-fuelled society. You're living day-to-day, pay check-to-pay check, and hoping that at the end of it all you'll still have enough money to eat.</p><p>The game consists of multiple mini-game style jobs which either brings you closer or further away from an impending eviction and to keep starvation at bay. As our resident writer, Oscar Dayus, wrote in his Gamescom article, "Crap! I'm Broke is a life simulator without a twist."</p><p>You can grab the game on Google Play for £1.99/$1.99, and on the App Store for £1.49/$1.99.</p>
1、Metro 2033 — Offline tactical turn-based strategy Mod Metro 2033: Wars v1.91 (MOD, Unlimited money/food) Features:MOD, Unlimited money/foodTurn-based strategy with elements of tactics Metro 2033 Wars — a game based on the story of the famous book by Dmitry Glukhovsky "Metro 2033". the Third world war began and ended for a few hours — state exchanged nuclear strikes and civilization fell. In the universe of Metro 2033, contrary to the theory of assured destruction, several thousands of people managed to survive in the labyrinth of underground tunnels. We organized the community and micro, with weapons in their hands fighting among themselves, and reflecting the constant attacks of mutated species of flora and fauna.Your task — using armed detachments to seize the resources needed for survival, to repel the attacks of mutants to explore and conquer new Metro 2033. You have to build defensive structures at the stations, to establish diplomatic relations with neighbors and monitor your small state economies. In the game you will find:— 187 subway stations — you choose to trade on them, destroy them, or pick them up yourself;— 24 unique types of soldiers — mercenaries and enemies, each with unique fighting skills;— turn-based battles with a wide variety of winning tactics;— 23 grouping the world of Metro 2033, half of which is with you in diplomatic negotiations and almost every one is ready to declare war;— 20 types of buildings available for construction;— More than 75 game missions and tasks in one game history. Located in a post-apocalyptic, mysterious atmosphere "Metro 2033" will help you with the creepy storyline, thrilling soundtrack and a constant fight for survival in a world full of dangers.
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3、<p>Classic PS1 role-players Suikoden and Suikoden II are now available to download on PS Vita in Europe.</p><p>Despite their fantasy setting, the games actually have more in common with Pokemon than Final Fantasy. You take a six man party into battle, but can cobble your team together from over 100 different heroes.</p><p>Suikoden came out in 1995 in Japan. Sequel Suikoden II - which added a grid- and unit-based tactical battle system, a party inventory system, a dash button, and a variety of mini-games - hit the PlayStation in 1998.</p><p>They're both playable on PlayStation 3, PSP, PS Vita, and PlayStation TV. And they both cost £3.99 a pop. Here's Suikoden, and here's Suikoden II.</p>