<p>We've decided that you need more information. Apple might have its own game of the day, but Apple wants you to spend money on anything - that's sort of the point of running a business. Here at Pocket Gamer, on the other hand, we just want you to play the very best mobile games all of the time. Bad mobile games are bad, and playing them may well upset you. That's why, every day from now on, we're going to let you know about one spectacular mobile game that you definitely should be playing.Lichtspeer</p><p>Our first game of the day is Lichtspeer, which is a game all about throwing spears at weird norse monsters. It's basically like an episode of Game of Thrones, except viewed through the psychedelic haze of the late 60s. Which is pretty awesome, if you ask us.</p><p>When we reviewed the game, our intrepid critic said "Lichtspeer is a brilliant, beguiling, and often chaotically stupid game. It's also one of the best things I've played on mobile for a good long while, and it's well worth picking up." He then gave it a shiny Gold Award, and those things do not grow on trees.</p>Click here and you can read our Lichtspeer review in its entirety<p>There's a simple drag and release mechanism to the play here that's a little reminiscent of Angry Birds. Rather than attacking stationary targets though, here you're trying to fight back waves of LSD-infused zombies, enormous giants, and more.</p>
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3、<p>Little Misfortune is the latest game from Fran Bow developer Killmonday Games. It's an outwardly sweet, even charming adventure game, where you play as a little girl led into a forest by an unsettling voice in her head. Not so cute now, eh?</p><p>Misfortune's home life doesn't appear to be particularly healthy, though her naïve nature and imagination keep her upbeat and enthusiastic regardless of the situation. Mr. Voice, as it's known, ropes Misfortune into a dangerous game where the prize is eternal happiness, which she decides to seek out for her mother.</p>
4、<p>To coincide with the release of Mario Kart Tour Nintendo have revealed the game will also have a subscription service called the Gold Pass that will cost $4.99 per month. It will allow players to get more rewards as well give them access to 200cc races.</p><p>Bearing in mind that the game already has a gacha system in place, this addition to the game is sure to ruffle a few feathers. But that may depend on how much you feel like you're missing out on by opting not to sign up for a subscription. The Gold Pass will give players three main benefits.</p><p>The first is you'll get Gold Gifts from racing in Tours. This looks to include in-game currency as well as different Karts and characters. It seems that you'll still have to race to earn this rewards though, rather than just receiving them automatically, so in that sense, it's reminiscent of Fortnite's Battle Pass. The second is you'll be able to earn to special in-game badges from Gold challenges.</p>"You've made this little house just about perfect," he told Anne. "It never was so nice before. Mistress Selwyn had your taste and she did wonders; but folks in those days didn't have the pretty little curtains and pictures and nicknacks you have. As for Elizabeth, she lived in the past. You've kinder brought the future into it, so to speak. I'd be real happy even if we couldn't talk at all, when I come here--jest to sit and look at you and your pictures and your flowers would be enough of a treat. It's beautiful--beautiful."
1、<p>Following the success of their in-game Korn concert earlier this year AdventureQuest has teamed up with another band to perform another concert battle. This time around though they've swapped nu-metal for grunge as Alice In Chains will be the featured band this gig.</p><p>The event will run between now and the 30th November and will be accessible for new and old players alike. There are several options for getting into the event. Players can either get to it through the news screen, talking to an Alice in Chains promoter in town, via the Travel Crystal which will give you a Magic Concert Ticket. The promoter way sounds the most fun to me though.</p><p>The battle concert will be free for all players to enjoy, though much like the Korn version of this event, you will be able to buy a VIP package if you'd like. This will include Alice In Chains themed armour, weapons, pets, travel forms rare badges and musical items. It will also include a backstage pass so you can grab a virtual selfie with the band.</p><p> </p><p>Much like with Korn, Alice In Chains will have their own stage monster you'll have to do battle with. You'll face off against the Ghost of Unsung Songs. She'll summon various creatures into the pit for you to contend with whilst you try and defeat her. Doing so will net you a giant treasure chest.</p><p>There will be numerous quests to complete in addition to battling monsters to the grunge soundtrack. There's also a chance you'll run into Thrash, who was the stage boss from the Korn event, too if you play through the gig battle enough times.</p><p>AdventureQuest 3D is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Nominate your Game of the Year for the Pocket Gamer People's Choice Award 2020
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