GILBERT AND ANNE DISAGREE<p>Today marks the launch of RuneScape's 28th skill: Archaeology. First announced back at RuneFest in October of last year, Archaeology looks to be a massive addition to the already content-packed MMO, kicking off a major storyline and offering all-new ways to play.</p><p>It's said to be the most powerful skill in the game's 19-year history, focusing on the excavation of dig sites and discovery of rare artefacts. Uncovering ancient relics can unlock game-wide perks, and you may even stumble upon ancient training methods used to gain fresh powers, including Ancient Summoning and Ancient Invention.</p><p>You'll spend most of your time adventuring across the five new locations, gradually piecing together secrets from Gielinor's history as you go.</p><p>Kharid-Et is the very first dig site you'll come across, and it lies not far from the city of Al Kharid. The fortress was said to be built by followers of Zaros, a powerful god. Inside, you'll find all manner of lost weapons and ancient magics.</p>She's gone to be with her Maker, Never more to roam. She used to play and sing with joy The song of Home, Sweet Home.
<p>Ankama has soft-launched cutesy gesture-based strategy game Tactile Wars in the New Zealand App Store and select regions on Google Play.</p><p>It brings all of the colour of Splatoon to touchscreens. That's on account of these wars being fought with paint rather than bullets.</p><p>OK, yeah, it's not quite squid ink, but there are paint guns and paint rollers in action here, similar to the different load-outs in Splatoon.</p><p>Plus, the idea is to eliminate the colour of your enemies. You have to hold on to territory against enemy turrets, tanks, and troops, overpowering them with your own colour of paint.</p><p>Of course, this being a game in a completely different genre, the similarities pretty much end there.</p><p>As in Tactile Wars you need to focus on drawing shapes on the screen with your finger to change the formation of your squad according to how the enemy attacks you.</p><p>We bear witness to the iOS port of The Witness this week, and see whether those maze puzzles really were built for touchscreen after all.</p><p>The No Man's Sky-flavoured Morphite gets a look-in too, alongside talk of Minecraft going cross-platform and Ragnarok playing itself.</p><p>We also pick the brains of Andrei Lopata, one of the creators of Radiation City and the Sky Gamblers series. Download episode 412:</p>MP3 (right click to save-as, left click to play)iTunes
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<p>Ric and James jump behind the mics to mourn the loss of Nintendo's favourite green plumber after he was brutally murdered in a shocking snuff film released earlier in the week.</p><p>RIP Luigi xoxo</p><p>They also cover the Fortnite Android beta, and new releases like manic chef sim Overcooked 2, and psychedelic brain frazzler OLDTV.</p><p>In addition, James chats to the team behind the excellent stealth game Sneak Ops, which just appeared on app stores everywhere.</p>Download episode 451:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p>All melting; though our drops this diff'rence bore:
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<p>DeNA and developer Kung Fu Factory have released free to play physics-based multiplayer action game Pirate Bash onto iOS and Android today.</p><p>The easiest way to describe it is to compare it to Angry Birds, except you take it in turns with the pigs (pirates in this case) to fire at each other.</p><p>You build up a pirate crew and then take on other crews in physics-based battles across a high seas adventure. Your goal is to have the biggest and baddest crew on land and water.</p><p>Essential to this process is winning battles by depleting the health of the opposing team before they take out all of your pirates.</p>
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