<p>Acram Digital's two digital board games are currently on sale on the App Store for £2.99 / $2.99. So if you've got a bit of spare money lying around, both of them are worth picking up. Especially if you're into trains or empires.</p><p>The first of the two games is Eight-Minute Empire. At review we gave it a Silver Award and called it "a bright and super smart board game adaptation that won't suck hours out of your day."</p><p>You can read the full review by clicking right here. And if the idea of a grand strategy game that fits into a handful of minutes is appealing, you can click here to grab the game from the App Store.</p>
1、<p>ARK: Survival Evolved is the next in the growing line of big name survival games moving onto mobile in recent months. Studio Wildcard revealed today that they, alongside War Drum Studios, will be bringing the hit dino survival game to mobile in its entirety sometime this spring.</p>
2、<p>Have you been caught up in the continuous Pokemon craze this year? From Pokemon GO to Pokemon Sun and Moon, we can't get enough of it, and neither can the apps inspired by the monster-catching franchise. However, Nexomon is supremely charming where others tend to fall short.</p><p>Nexomon is a Micromon-inspired RPG about capturing monsters - sound familiar? In the game you can catch, train, and evolve over 300 of these colourful beasts while experiencing your own epic adventure across a huge world. I'm not kidding. The world consists of ten regions, spanning through jungles, volcanoes, beaches, and more.</p><p>Just to address the comments that will spring from this, yes it's an awful lot like the aforementioned games but do we really care? It's pretty, it looks fun, and you can tell that a lot of work has been put into making it super sharp. So hopefully Nexomon can stand on its own legs come release day, and not have to rely on being 'that game that's kinda like Pokemon'.</p><p>According to the game's forum, Nexomon should be coming to mobile early next year, but we'll keep you updated.</p>MODERN WARSHIPS: Sea Battle Online
3、"Well, there's something to be said for large families," said Miss Cornelia, with a sigh. "I was an only child for eight years and I did long for a brother and sister. Mother told me to pray for one--and pray I did, believe ME. Well, one day Aunt Nellie came to me and said, `Cornelia, there is a little brother for you upstairs in your ma's room. You can go up and see him.' I was so excited and delighted I just flew upstairs. And old Mrs. Flagg lifted up the baby for me to see. Lord, Anne, dearie, I never was so disappointed in my life. You see, I'd been praying for A BROTHER TWO YEARS OLDER THAN MYSELF."
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2、<p>Weave is a tabletop storytelling game that aims to streamline the process of playing those types of games, removing the lengthy rulebooks and replacing them with a tarot card-style system instead. Now the developers, Monocle Society, are introducing Weave+, a subscription service that costs $4.99 a month early next year.</p><p>This service will allow people to play without limits on player level or adding various elements to the game. They’ll also have access to an ever-expanding roster of playsets whilst the free version of Weave only allows you to choose from four – Goblins R’ Jerks, The Gloomies, Solar Age and Xorte/IO.</p><p>There are further benefits for opting to go with Weave+ in the works according to Monocle Society. They also want to add the option for players to create their own custom cards, introduce new playsets, aid in group organisation and send player reminders to help speed up the roleplaying experience.</p><p>If you’re unfamiliar with Weave, it’s essentially a lighter ruleset than you’d find in most tabletop RPGs using cards. When the storyteller wishes to introduce new elements to their current campaign, they can draw one of 22 cards. This could be a location, boss or plot point. Each of these cards often has multiple options to allow the DM to make their campaign feel different.</p><p>It’s not likely to be something that greatly appeals to people who are avid tabletop players where the extensive ruleset is part of the experience and appeal. However, it might be worth trying for those who are new to tabletop games or simply interested in trying them at a more accessible entry point.</p><p>Weave is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It’s a free app but Weave+ will be a subscription service when it launches in the first quarter of 2020. It will cost $4.99 a month.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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