2、Battleops - campaign mode game(Unlimited Bullets)<p>Having said goodbye to Carcassonne recently TheCodingMonkeys have returned with an interesting sounding new game called MonkeyBox #1: Polarized that makes use of your phone's camera to progress the story. It's available now for iOS as a premium title following its launch last Friday.</p><p>It marks the first entry into TheCodingMonkey's new MonkeyBox series that will focus more on experimental, shorter experiences. They're hoping to bring a variety of interesting concepts to the table that demonstrates everything that mobile games are capable of achieving.</p><p>It's certainly a very cool idea and I'm intrigued to see what other games and ideas they'll come up with in future. With Polarized you will be taking pictures of objects in the real world so that they can be utilised in the story itself. So if the protagonist Clara is need of a ladder, you can get her one by snapping a picture of one in the real world.</p><p>Similarly, she might be feeling a tad parched, so taking a picture of a drink will allow her to quench her thirst. It's all powered using iOS Machine Learning capabilities and image recognition, hence why it's only available for Apple devices. I'm very interested to see how well this works.</p><p>The story itself will see players trying to solve the mystery of what happened to Clara one wintry night in December. She doesn't quite remember - or at least doesn't want to reveal all the details - everything that took place so you'll be snapping pictures of various objects to help uncover the whole story.</p><p>It plays out through sections of text describing Clara's actions with images that are represented by Polaroids. Each time you take a photo it will then progress the story a little further whilst providing a little description of what happens next.</p><p>Polarized is available now over on the App Store. It's a premium title that costs $0.99.</p>Sometimes great games can slip under the radar, here are 5 games you might have missed in 2019
4、SOME DOGS famished with hunger saw a number of cowhides steeping in a river. Not being able to reach them, they agreed to drink up the river, but it happened that they burst themselves with drinking long before they reached the hides.
1、Updated on October 1st, at 11:35: Zachtronics has got back to us with a comment on what has happened with the iOS version of SpaceChem.<p>It was definitely iOS 9 that caused the game to corrupt and not work. But there's a little more to it than that.</p><p>"Our developer license expired around the same time this crash started happening. It'll be fixed eventually..." Zachtronics said.</p><p>Not good, then. But hey, at least we know that Zachtronics is trying to work around this and get SpaceChem back to us.</p><p>Original story follows...</p><p>Zachtronics's brilliant, Gold Award-winning puzzler SpaceChem has gone missing from the App Store.</p><p>If you purchased the game on iOS you'll notice that it's not even available on your download list now. It has really gone.</p><p>But why?</p><p>Last week, a fan of the game brought the news to Zachtronics that the game was broken on iOS 9.</p><p>"Ah, crap," Zachtronics said in response. "I'll have to look into this."</p><p>It would seem that this issue was critical enough to warrant SpaceChem being pulled from the App Store entirely. At least for now.</p><p>This isn't the only game that iOS 9 has caused big problems for. Previously, 2K pulled BioShock from the App Store as it didn't work on Apple's new OS. However, it will return once it has been fixed.</p><p>Then we found out that Capcom had announced that it's not even going to bother to make Monster Hunter Freedom Unite compatible with iOS 9, effectively letting it die out.</p><p>We've reached out to Zachtronics to find out if there are any plans to restore SpaceChem to the App Store. We'll update once we hear back.</p><p>The mobile version of SpaceChem is still available to purchase for £1.99 / $2.99 on Google Play.</p><p>Previously, Lab Zero Games announced a name change for the PS Vita (and PS4) version of its 2D fighting game Skullgirls. It's now called Skullgirls 2nd Encore.</p><p>The reason for the name change was due to extra features being available in these upcoming versions of the game not available in other ones.</p><p>What Lab Zero didn't mention is what these new features would be. But now the studio has rectified that.</p><p>As such, we now know that Skullgirls 2nd Encore will add a fully-voiced Story Mode, a Challenges, Trials, and a Survival Mode.</p><p>To clarify: Challenges give you unique battle conditions to beat opponents (such as not jumping against Big Band), while Trials tests your ability to perform combos.</p><p>Survival mode is endless and is a test of how many enemies you can take on before defeat.</p><p>Lab Zero also reiterated that it would support cross-play between all PlayStation versions of the game. And that cross-buy would be supported between the PS4 and PS Vita.It'll also have a full platinum trophy set for all you trophy hunters out there.</p><p>Now you know what makes Skullgirls 2nd Encore so special. When it will be available to buy is unknown but it's expected in the "coming months."</p>
2、<p>This past weekend Pokemon trainers took to the streets of Chicago and Lincoln Park in the hunt for new pocket monsters in the constant struggle to catch em' all.</p><p>After the disastrous events of Pokémon Go Fest last year, Niantic seem to have learned from their mistakes and hosted a much more successful event this year. 21,000 attendees marched through a specially made course which featured more than 50 species of Pokemon.</p>