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<p>If you guys have been turning in to today's Samsung Unpacked, you'll know about all of the neat innards and qualities coming with the industry giant's latest smartphone.</p><p>After the disaster that was the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (which your humble news writer found herself neck-deep in), it's a nervous time for Samsung. One can't help but notice the fact that they're reinstating how high 'safety' is on their priority list.</p><p>Pretty much everything was summed up in Jon Mundy's earlier article, but now we know that the phone will be going on sale on April 21st, with pre-orders starting as soon as tomorrow, March 30th.</p><p>The two phones, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, feature the brand-new infinity display - a huge curved glass screen which has essentially rid the phone of its bezel, clipping off almost all of its head and tail. The physical home button has also disappeared, and has instead been replaced with a pressure sensitive point at the bottom of the screen.</p><p>Samsung has also included such features as their iris sensor - which was actually very useful in the Note 7 - and now face recognition. There will also be several colours, but sadly only two will be available in the UK - Midnight Black and Orchid Grey.</p><p>The Samsung Galaxy S8 will retail at £679, and the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus will be a slightly pricier £779. Both phones will come with a pair of AKG headphones worth $99 at retail so, yes, there's still a headphone jack.</p><p>The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth - the expanded upgrade of the popular action roguelite - has already come to 3DS and PS Vita, but now it looks like iOS devices might be the next platform to enjoy Isaac's brutally hard array of monstrous foes and bullets.</p><p>On Twitter, producer Tyrone Rodriguez teased a build on Binding of Isaac: Rebirth on an iPhone. Besides this confirmation of a working mobile version, there aren't any other details at the moment regarding release time-frames or price.</p><p>Binding of Isaac is a bullet-hell dungeon crawler through a hellish basement filled with grotesque monsters and hundreds of power-ups. The Rebirth edition expanded upon the initial game with more power-ups, improved visuals, and other gameplay tweaks.</p><p>You can find Binding of Isaac: Rebirth on Steam, PS Vita, and 3DS, and we'll be sure to share more details on the iOS version as new information becomes available.</p>
<p>If you've been patiently watching the recent announcement-style video events and thinking 'But, what about mobile games?' then you don't have to wonder any longer. We here at Pocket Gamer have been working away on the idea for a new event for quite some time and we think it's time that you finally knew about it.</p><p>Pocket Gamer LaunchPad is the world's first digital event to focus specifically on mobile games; we're going to have daily videos going out on Twitch as well as in-depth coverage of the news here on the website.</p><p>That news will be us covering recent launches, upcoming titles, significant updates to existing games and much, much more. There's going to be lots to see, and lots to talk about, so it's worth marking the date in your diary.</p><p>The first LaunchPad will take place from July 23rd through to July 25th. It's going to feature OVER 40 EXCLUSIVE ANNOUNCEMENTS from companies like 11-bit Studios, Netease, Tencent and Pearl Abyss - and with sponsors like Oasis Games, PUBG Mobile, Gameloft, Bandai Namco and Super Evil Megacorp, well... it's going to be one for the record books.</p><p>We think that this is the best time for an event of this fashion. Mobile gaming is bigger and better than ever and there are more and more mainstream mobile games pushing their way into daily conversation; That and it's the biggest of the games sectors out there, and everybody has a phone.</p><p>From Angry Birds through Pokémon Go to Apple Arcade, people have been talking about mobile milestones for years - we're building something that will give us a peek into mobile gaming's future in a way we've never seen before.</p><p>To ensure you stay up to date with the event, here are a couple of things you can do:> Sign up to our newsletter> Subscribe to our YouTube channel> Join the new Discord</p><p>And we'll see you back here soon to discuss the future of mobile gaming, if not before.</p>Oh, and if you're a developer, publisher or PR then you can find out ways to get involved over on our Launchpad hub page.
<p>There are so many games launching on the Nintendo Switch that it's quite hard to stay up to date with them. I can imagine that its very easy to let the occasional good'un slide past, especially what with all the ruckus around the week's big launch. Something you shouldn't let slide by is Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack.</p><p>Mutant Blobs Attack was an early title from Guacamelee! Developer DrinkBox Studios. A follow-up to About a Blob, an award winning PS3 digital game, it very much followed in the same spirits as its predecessor. The story is simple, you're a blob, an angry blob, and you get larger when you eat. Humans have trapped you on Earth and you're setting out to escape, chaos ensues.</p>
<p>If you're on the fence about picking up an Oculus Rift DK2, you might have just lost your chance. The Oculus Development Kit 2 is now sold out.</p><p>Unless you get lucky and find one on eBay, that is.</p><p>Oculus appears to have ceased production on their final development kit as they move into the final approach for launch of the Consumer Rift headset in early 2016.</p><p>Oculus has confirmed to us that there are no more DK2 headsets, but developers can still reach out to the relations team with any requests or questions.</p><p>Those of you looking to buy a DK2 on an auction site could find the prices far inflated from the original $350 dollar price tag as resellers crank the price to account for the lack of availability.Boxed headsets have typically sold quite high because of Oculus's refusal to ship to certain countries, so expect to pay much more.</p><p>Used headsets on the other side could have wear and tear. Oculus doesn't offer support for second-hand purchases on the development kits so you should bear this in mind when considering a purchase.</p><p>The Oculus Rift was the first consumer priced headset to come to market after being backed by 9,522 backers pledged $2,437,429 on Kickstarter to bring it to life.</p>
To make the weeper laugh, the laugher weep,<p>The UK's Advertising Standards Authority has forcd the developers behind the uber popular Moshi Monsters to change aspects of the free to play game, because it "directly pressured children to make purchases".</p><p>The browser-based game is free to play, but there's a paid membership option with lots of extras and benefits. The ASA took Mind Candy to task for the way it sold that membership to its young audience.</p><p>The game uses "language and prominent calls to action that put pressure on young players to purchase a subscription to take part in additional gameplay".</p><p>Messages like "MEMBERS GET MORE MISSIONS AND Unique Moshlings!" were displayed to players. And players would be greeted with text like "ATTENTION: YOU NEED TO BE A MOSHI MEMBER TO ENTER THIS AREA ABOUT MEMBERSHIPS!"</p>Free to pay<p>Also, Mind Candy got a rap on the knuckles for that ol' free to play favourite - making the buy button much bigger and more prominent than the close button, on pop-ups about purchases.</p><p>What's more, the game used phrases such as "The Super Moshis need YOU" and "Members are going to be super popular", to put pressure on young players to purchase the subscription.</p><p>In response to this ruling, Mind Candy has altered the game. The changes include removing the 'Now' direction and re-wording information about Super Moshi Missions.</p><p>This probably won't affect most free to play games - the fact that the game is for kids was a large factor in the ASA's ruling - but it's an interesting case for the industry going forward.</p>MCVRussian Hunting 4x4 Mod Russian Hunting 4x4 Mod v1.2 (Free Shopping/Ad-Free) Features:Free Shopping/Ad-FreeRussian Hunting 4x4 - hunting on the SUV in russian forest. Move around from point to point on the Russian offroad suv.Your goal is to kill all animals in your range. Use sniper view for better precision. During the game, you will enjoy the realistic graphics of the russian forest.Hunt different animals , bear, wolf, deer, fox, hare, elk , and other animals hid from you locate and kill them all!Hunting 3D features:- High quality graphics.- Off-road simulator 4x4.- Open 3D environment.- realistic animated animals to hunt.- Realistic sound effects.- Full 3D - 360 Degrees Action.https://www.facebook.com/OppanaGameshttps://vk.com/oppana_games