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1、<p>Proving that being niche is no bad thing, Big Boot Games’ brand new social board game Monarchy took away the grand prize at the Very Big Indie Pitch at this year’s Pocket Gamer Connects Bangalore conference in India. The one runner up was Wordifly.</p><p>This was no easy task either, as given that Indie Pitch also marked the final stage of Reliance Games’ GameHack competition, the standard was extremely high.</p>Like fools that in th' imagination set
2、[Updated to include new trailer and screenshots]<p>Sky: Children of the Light will enter a new season this weekend called the Season of Rhythm, which will run until April 2nd. This will bring a whole host of new stuff to the game including collectables, stories, events and more. Let's see what's on offer, shall we?</p><p>First up, Home will be getting a wintry makeover becoming a skating rink for players to glide across, which sounds very pleasant. There will also be a bunch of collectables to gather, some of which are returning from the Winter Season Pass that was available prior to Sky's global launch.</p><p>These include:</p>Four PantsTwo CapesThree Music sheetsFour MasksFour HairstylesTwo InstrumentsSix ExpressionsA Seasonal PendantTwo Ultimate GiftsGarena Joint mobile force
4、<p>Uwe Rosenberg's slew of board game continues this week with the digital adaptation of its famous Glass Road.</p><p>This one's not about patching things up instead it's a game about glass-making in the Bavarian Forest.</p><p>Yup, that's exactly the theme of the game and its all about building stuff in order to win.</p><p>You'll deforest the world to keep your ovens hot and more. That's not very ecological but glass making is hard you know?</p><p>In any case, you can take a peek at the rules here.</p><p>The digital adaptation features solo play against an AI, pass and play or online multiplayer with a friend.</p>
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- <p>With team-building features that are nothing short of impressive, and a colorful, stylized fantasy world full of quests and treasure, Phantom Chaser seeks to break the mold when it comes to mobile RPGs. This award-winning adventure is now coming to western audiences, so now you, dear reader, can set about collecting over 130 Phantoms based on eastern and western mythologies and join in on the action.</p><p>With your team of Phantoms, start your adventure by completing quests in Story mode, or head straight to the Battlefield, where you’ll find daily challenges like “River of Fire”, “Temporal Rift”, and “Scalar Tower”. Defeating these dungeons nets you some nice treasure and crafting items. Or, if you have competitive leanings, head to the Arena to fight it out with other real-life players.</p><p>At it’s core, Phantom Chaser relies heavily on team building. You’ll collect a host of interesting characters, like Dracula, Succubus, and Nine-Tails to name but a few, before building the team that suits your own unique strategy. You can find Phantoms simply by playing through the game, drawing Summon Tickets, or by crafting them.</p><p>Each has their own individual skills and roles, including melee, mid-range, and long-range. However, when these Phantoms put their powers together, you can make some pretty crazy things happen on the battlefield. Level up and upgrade your Phantoms to eventually evolve them, granting them impressive stat boosts and higher-tier skills.</p><p>You can put those abilities to the test in active combat, which lets you control your Phantoms freely. Maneuver your way across the battlefield, dodging attacks and focusing your energy on defeating your enemies.</p><p>If a fantasy RPG with collectible elements is something you’ve been hunting for, Phantom Chaser is sure to please. You can start your adventure right now on iOS and Android.</p>
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<p>The gamebook genre is slowly becoming more and more popular as the industry flourishes, and though it's not exactly a game in the physical sense yet the recent news about George RR Martin and Apple's collaboration may spell out some exciting stuff for the future.</p><p>Yesterday the Guardian released an article announcing that Apple released Game of Thrones: Enhanced Edition on iBooks to mark the 20th anniversary of the book's publication. With this edition the interactive features include "a world of additional content" as you can access sigils, family trees, and glossaries throughout the book.</p><p>That may not sound exciting to some but with Martin's new leap into the digital age of publishing, this could potentially lead to a grey area between the publishing and digital industry that desperately needs to be explored. Could incorporating more interactive elements into a book keep a reader's attention for longer and breathe a bit of life back into reading?</p><p>A Clash of Kings, the second in the series, is scheduled for release on October 27th, whilst A Storm of Swords is due in December.Read the full article here.</p>
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