Burly Men At Sea may give the initial impression of being rugged and tough, but it's far from.Its colours are light and friendly, its graphics are curvy, and it's actually quite cute-looking.It has to be, as this is the signature style of husband-and-wife team Brain&Brain. That's the team who previously gave us charming adventure game Doggins.This time around the dreams and space antics of Doggins have been dropped in favour of "a folktale about a trio of large bearded fellows on a fantastical adventure at sea."You'll be playing as a storyteller and wayfinder for the Brothers Beard, pushing events forward with the fruits of your curiousity.Burly Men At Sea will be coming to iOS, Android, and PC in 2015.Let's hope that it contains the same wondrous feel of Doggins, but perhaps lasts a little longer. Our main criticism of Doggins in our review was that it was short, you see.You can keep an eye on Burly Men At Sea's development on its website and blog.
For thou art all, and all things else are thine.What do I need?It's time for another #gameoftheday selection. If you've not heard of our bad-games-suck initiative, let me explain it to you - bad games suck, and we want to make sure that you don't play any. So every day we share with you, our devoted readership, one absolute gem from the annals of mobile gaming history. You're most welcome.Today it's the turn of the axe-tossing multiplayer battler Axe.io. We'll get to that in a bit, but since you might be paying a bit of attention right now, why not click here and see all of the other games that we've bestowed our prestigious #gameoftheday title upon. Together, we can make sure that no one plays a bad mobile game ever again.Axe.ioIf you've played a .io game you're probably expecting this one to be a simple multiplayer game. And it is, but not as simple as you might expect. In the main game mode you're sprinting around a tight arena, hurling axes at everything that moves. As you kill, you level-up, getting access to shields, swords, and other perks that make the slaughter so much easier.There are other modes to sink your teeth into, including a PvE scrap against a massive dragon. There might not be that much depth to the experience, but this is the perfect slice of pick-up-and-play nonsense that's going to scratch your competitive multiplayer itch pretty comprehensively.
Captain Tsubasa ZERO -Miracle Shot- is an upcoming RPG adaptation of the football-themed anime ‘Captain Tsubasa’. It’s based on the most recent 2018 version of the hit anime, and you can pre-register for it now ahead of its launch on September 12th.It’s perhaps best described as a real-time football simulation game with levelling mechanics and a story which allows you to follow the captain and his teammates on their journey to sports stardom. The story seems to stick closely to the anime’s, though there’ll also be sub-scenarios added which explore some of the more obscure schools referenced in the show.Scenario mode is where you might start out, but I reckon a good deal of your time will go to match mode. This is where you’ll form an original team with the characters and skills you’ve acquired through the scenario mode. On top of the standard modes and rewards, you can also expect the usual daily login bonuses and special events dotted throughout the year.It’s been out for around a year in Japan. After a positive fan reaction, publisher GMO is now looking to launch the game worldwide in over 90 regions and countries, supporting 7 languages, including English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Thai.As is fairly typical, the game’s running a pre-registration campaign, with rewards being doled out depending on how many are achieved. For example, 10,000 will net players 100 Gems (the game’s premium currency), 30,000 is 300 gems, 50,000 is 500 Gems, etc. The ultimate goal is 300,000 pre-registrations which equals 3,000 Gems – surely a nice little boost to get everyone started.It doesn’t seem like you necessarily need to be the biggest fan of the anime to enjoy this one. Those looking for an accessible football sim will also likely get some fun out of it. If you’d like to pre-register for Captain Tsubasa ZERO -Miracle Shot-, you can do so now over on both the App Store and Google Play.Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
Idiocracy Games recently announced that their digital board game, Pirates War – The Dice King, has soft-launched in selected countries on both iOS and Android.Pirates War is technically a digital board game but with elements of card collecting as well. You play as a carefully-chosen pirate captain and use strategy and sometimes sheer luck to get a ship and build yourself a crew worthy of yarr captaining. I'm sorry I couldn't resist.Each of your scurvy crew provides you with different skills, attack, or defence stats to be used against foes on the board. You throw the dice, move your crew across the board, and you can start purchasing land like a weird game of pirate Monopoly twinned with a little Hearthstone when things get rough.Pirates War is currently soft-launched in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines on iOS and Android. The developers have so far said they'll see how the game goes in these countries before bringing it further afield.If you don't live in one of the selected countries but want to give the game a go on iOS check out our guide on how to do so.The Piglet, the Sheep, and the Goat
"No," she said dully. "There isn't any hope. Dick will never be better--and even if his memory were to come back--oh, Anne, it would be worse, even worse, than it is now. This is something you can't understand, you happy bride. Anne, did Miss Cornelia ever tell you how I came to marry Dick?"
In serving the wicked, expect no reward, and be thankful if you escape injury for your pains.
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