<p>Qugart Games has billed Mesh Dash as a hardcore-casual endless runner game. It’s coming to Android devices soon, and you can currently pre-register on Google Play.</p><p>It’s an endless runner where you bounce a ball through a retro-futuristic synthwave metropolis (in layman’s terms that means a nice shiny ‘80s-style arcade game). You use two fingers to control the bounce; swiping with one finger to steer and tapping or holding the other to dash. It’s important to think fast and concentrate hard, because that’s the best way to stay alive for as long as possible.</p><p>To up the ante, there are moving and rotating platforms that will try to break your momentum all the time, requiring you to bounce on them or avoid them altogether to survive. As you collect higher scores, the map gets harder with huge walls, deadly energy platforms and lethal lasers to stop you in your tracks. See a trailer below for a demonstration of the gameplay.</p>
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Duet Mod Duet mod v3.17 (unlocked) Features:UnlockedPurchased the full version.Enter a mesmerising trance of co-dependence in Duet. The rules are simple: control two vessels in sync, survive against all odds and keep calm.Selected for the PAX Prime, PAX East & PAX Australia Indie ShowcasesMobile Game of the Year 2013 - KotakuBest Games of 2013 - The New Yorker4.5/5 - Touch Arcade4.5/5 - 148 Apps4.5/5 - App Smile4/5 - App Spy"...few other games are as fun when you succeed." -- The New Yorker"It feels as designed as a raindrop, and just as perfect." -- Ben Kuchera, Polygon"Duet does what the best video games do." -- Kotaku"Highly Recommended." -- Penny Arcade Report"Duet looks hard as nails. And I love it." -- Touch Arcade"Duet is a must-have." -- 148 Apps"Shiel's soundtrack ... is as innovative as the game it scores." -- Jake Cleland, The Vine"Your eyes, ears, and thumbs were built to perform this Duet together." -- Indie Games"...Duet's plaintive and melancholic aesthetic imbues it with a sense of the profound." -- CVG"But while the aesthetic of Duet is familiar, the gameplay is all new." -- Pocket Gamer"It looks positively mind bending, and also, a really good time." -- App SpyYour survival is dependent on protecting two vessels - they are devices in sync, a dance and song between two entities tethered together in symbiosis. Feel edge of your seat terror where the world around you becomes quiet and numb as all that matters is the game living between your palms -- that is Duet.% EIGHT CHAPTERSExperience eight chapters of deceptive narrative and nerve-twisting gameplay. Replay any stage to perfect your movements and unlock over 25 achievements. This is a game that will test you. Unlock the Survival mode, Daily Challenges and four additional chapters of bonus challenges.% PERFECT GAMEPLAYWith air tight controls and gameplay that’s tuned to perfection Duet provides the perfect balance between challenge and pure gaming satisfaction. Touch either side of the screen to twist your vessels and avoid everything in your path. Remember: even that which begins simple can end complex.% HYPNOTIC AUDIOAn outstanding handcrafted soundtrack by Melbourne composer and Gotye multi-instrumentalist Tim Shiel. Nine unique and mesmerizingly beautiful compositions ensure an immersive experience for you at every step of your journey.% FULLY FEATURED- Full Google Play Game Services sync support - sync your progress across all your devices.- Phones and Tablet support - play everywhere.- Compete with Google Play Game Services across the Survival mode and Daily Challenges leaderboards.% GO PREMIUMDuet is free to download and play with some advertisements between gameplay. However, you may pay a once-off in-app purchase to unlock “Duet Premium”. This will remove all advertisements from the game, unlock Survival mode for endless score chasing delight, the Daily Challenges feature and four bonus challenge chapters. You will also help support more independent development of video games.% ABOUT KUMOBIUSSelected for the Indie Showcase at PAX Aus and a finalist in both Game Design and Audio for the Freeplay Festival. This is another award-winning title from the team behind Time Surfer & Bean’s Quest. We call Duet a “Hex-like” in honour of Terry Cavanagh’s contribution to the medium of games and exploration of genres.% ABOUT TIM SHIELTim Shiel is a composer/producer based in Melbourne. Tim is known to some as Faux Pas, the moniker under which he released a steady stream of constantly shifting electronic music for many years. He is also known for his work as a broadcaster at Melbourne independent radio station 3RRR FM, and for his recent role as multi-instrumentalist in Gotye's live band. % SUPPORT Say [email protected] we’d love to hear from you! And follow us on Twitter: @kumobius
But yield them up where I myself must render-Bounty detective(trial version)<p>Another week, another set of awesome games, another number of choices to make - I mean, seriously, which one do you even start with?</p><p>There may not be very many premium adventures in with the rabble, but things are looking promising in the free to play world. Of course, we'll only know once we've played them.</p><p>But, hey, we've heard good things about a bunch of them and we're very interesting in playing a few of the - er - less original titles, too. Dead by Daylight on mobile? We're still a fair ways from getting it, but Identity V might be a good alternative.</p><p>Anyway, I'm getting sidetracked - on with the show. </p>
Crash Delivery Car Destruction Mod Crash Delivery Car Destruction Mod APK 1.5.79 Features:Unlimited gold coinsTake the control of crazy descent from the hill. Demolish the way to the city and deliver packages to customers. Fragile content inside!
ALL the Goods were once driven out by the Ills from that common share which they each had in the affairs of mankind; for the Ills by reason of their numbers had prevailed to possess the earth. The Goods wafted themselves to heaven and asked for a righteous vengeance on their persecutors. They entreated Jupiter that they might no longer be associated with the Ills, as they had nothing in common and could not live together, but were engaged in unceasing warfare; and that an indissoluble law might be laid down for their future protection. Jupiter granted their request and decreed that henceforth the Ills should visit the earth in company with each other, but that the Goods should one by one enter the habitations of men. Hence it arises that Ills abound, for they come not one by one, but in troops, and by no means singly: while the Goods proceed from Jupiter, and are given, not alike to all, but singly, and separately; and one by one to those who are able to discern them.
The Green Gables folk went home after Christmas, Marilla under solemn covenant to return for a month in the spring. More snow came before New Year's, and the harbor froze over, but the gulf still was free, beyond the white, imprisoned fields. The last day of the old year was one of those bright, cold, dazzling winter days, which bombard us with their brilliancy, and command our admiration but never our love. The sky was sharp and blue; the snow diamonds sparkled insistently; the stark trees were bare and shameless, with a kind of brazen beauty; the hills shot assaulting lances of crystal. Even the shadows were sharp and stiff and clear-cut, as no proper shadows should be. Everything that was handsome seemed ten times handsomer and less attractive in the glaring splendor; and everything that was ugly seemed ten times uglier, and everything was either handsome or ugly. There was no soft blending, or kind obscurity, or elusive mistiness in that searching glitter. The only things that held their own individuality were the firs--for the fir is the tree of mystery and shadow, and yields never to the encroachments of crude radiance.<p>Could we see time-travelling episodic adventure game Life is Strange coming to mobile? It's certainly not off the cards.</p><p>During Paris Game Week, the CEO of Life is Strange studio DONTNOD, Oskar Guilbert, was interviewed by French TV channel Tech&Co.</p><p>During this interview Guilbert is asked about a potential mobile and tablet version of Life is Strange.</p><p>According to DarkZero, Guilbert "responds positively, but gave no details on if and when such a port would be released."</p><p>Unfortunately, the interview is in French, so we can't give a direct translation of his response. But a mobile version of Life is Strange could certainly work.</p><p>If you don't know, it follows a photography student called Maxine Caulfield who discovers that she is able to rewind time.</p><p>This enables her to change events in the past to see how they affect the future.</p><p>Similar to Telltale's adventure games, the focus of Life is Strange is the characters and the multiple paths the narrative can take.</p><p>It's already available on PC and consoles and the last episode recently came out. Perhaps DONTNOD will be working on a mobile version next.</p>
Cats are Liquid - A Light in the Shadows Mod Cats are Liquid Mod vCloudFocus (1.4.2) (Unlocked) Features:Unlocked- Play through 90 levels!- Find out what happened to the cat.- Challenging physics based gameplay.- Beautiful and colourful minimalistic world.- Only 8 ads in the entire game and no in app purchases!Cats are Liquid is a 2D platformer about a cat with the ability to transform into liquid.The game has 90 levels, that are spread across 9 different worlds. It has a minimalistic but colorful style. Along the way the game introduces new mechanics, like flying and summoning bombs to break down walls.The story is about a cat whose owner locked her in a set of rooms. She desperately wants to get out, but the rooms just keep continuing. Along the way the cat meets a new "friend" and gains new abilities. The story is told through small in game text pieces.The game is also available on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/498330 ($0.99)The latest news about the game can be found on the @lquarterstudios Twitter feed.#CatsAreLiquid on Twitter
Hercules and the WagonerA HARE one day ridiculed the short feet and slow pace of the Tortoise, who replied, laughing: "Though you be swift as the wind, I will beat you in a race." The Hare, believing her assertion to be simply impossible, assented to the proposal; and they agreed that the Fox should choose the course and fix the goal. On the day appointed for the race the two started together. The Tortoise never for a moment stopped, but went on with a slow but steady pace straight to the end of the course. The Hare, lying down by the wayside, fell fast asleep. At last waking up, and moving as fast as he could, he saw the Tortoise had reached the goal, and was comfortably dozing after her fatigue.
<p>RuneFest 2019 was packed with announcements for both RuneScape and Old School, so many that I thought it best to compile them in one handy article. Along with the major reveals came some smaller highlights that you may well have missed, even if you attended this year’s event or watched the stream.</p><p>First off, here are all the major announcements from RuneFest 2019:</p>RuneScape Mobile's latest skill, Archaeology, announced at RuneFest 2019Old School RuneScape's Morytania expansion and Leagues game mode announced at RuneFest 2019RuneScape Mobile launches into early access later this year<p>The organisers clearly pulled out all the stops to create a small, interactive part of Anachronia, the Land Out of Time. If you’re not hugely familiar with the game’s world, Anachronia is home to dinosaurs, one of which you can see below.</p><p>There was a huge volcano near the centre of the area that would “erupt” periodically. I also really enjoyed collecting the various skill chips by completing mini-games dotted around the event hall. All told, I found plenty of stuff to do during my time there, and the talks I attended were all insightful and interesting – even as someone who doesn’t have extensive knowledge of the games.</p><p>The annual Golden Gnomes took place on the Friday before the event proper. If you’re not familiar with the awards, they aim to celebrate the best of the game’s community, fans, and content creators. The highest honours, Community Champion, went to Prezleek for her popular RuneScape comic series. A huge applause also went to Settled, an Old School RuneScape YouTuber, who took home the Best OSRS Video Maker award. A full list of winners can be seen here. </p><p>Jagex CEO Phil Mansell announced that a whopping £175,000+ had been raised by the company’s Charitable Giving initiative. This was split between three mental health charities: CPSL MIND, The Princes Trust, and Rise Above the Disorder (RAD). Representatives from the charities were each presented with an oversized cheque for £58,545 in front of what must have been a couple thousand attendees.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.