Gun Fire Defense（MOD (Unlimited Coins/Bucks) v4.7.0）
- Current Version:
- File size: 325M
2、heresysoft.comTill now did ne'er invite nor never woo.
3、Upon the moment did her force subdue,
- Gun Fire Defense
- <p>Fans of interactive fiction and space exploration have a new game to look forward to this year; Voyageur promises a sprawling galaxy of alien civilizations, crew to recruit, and choices to make.</p><p>Voyageur is described as a "literary RPG", taking place in a procedurally-generated universe filled with different societies and worlds to discover.</p><p>Crew members will have their own stories and relationships that develop over time, reacting to the choices you make along the way.</p><p>You'll also encounter otherworldly cultures, mysterious ruins, and difficult decisions during your voyage through Voyageur.</p>Voyageur is expected to release this fall on iOS and Android. You can find more details on the game's site.
- <p>So you're a bit of a fan of puzzlers, eh? Well, today's your lucky day as it's been announced that the sequel to the ever-popular The Guides will be coming to iOS and Android next week.</p><p>
- <p>Snowprint Studios has developed a fresh take on the turn-based tactics genre in Rivengard, which is out today for iOS and Android devices.</p><p>Rivengard is a tactical RPG using the familiar turn-based mechanics of classic games such as Heroes of Might and Magic, but perfected for mobile play. In it, you collect high-fantasy heroes, each with their own unique abilities and traits, and assemble a strong line-up to put their tactical skills to the test on the battlefield.</p><p>It's set in an all-new fantasy world. Rivengard features diverse factions of elves, goblins and dwarves, each with their own unique heroes, as well as brand new creatures like the Reefkin, the war mice of the Walled Kingdoms and the underworld dwellers of the mysterious Cavern Realm.</p><p>“I’m extremely proud of what we’ve achieved with Rivengard.” says Wilhelm Österberg from Snowprint Studios. “We’re pushing the envelope on what turn-based tactics on mobile can be, and the outstanding player response throughout our soft launch certainly supports this. We’re very much looking forward to continuing to improve and evolve the game in close collaboration with our community.”</p><p>Alexander Ekvall, also from Snowprint Studios, adds: “We’re excited to bring Rivengard to a worldwide audience and delight everyday gamers everywhere. The game represents us building even more expertise within our focus area of mobile free-to-play turn-based tactics and strategy. Powered by Snowprint’s FLOE platform, Rivengard is not only poised to deliver a great game service to our community of gamers, but also to blaze the trail for our coming additions in the segment.”</p><p>You can download Rivengard now from the iOS App Store, and Google Play or the Galaxy Store for Android. It’s a free to play title featuring in-app purchases.</p>Have a read of our list of the best RPGs available to play on iOS.!
- <p>The latest episode of the long-running comedy show South Park digs into the unethical side of freemium mobile games.</p><p>We're talking about grinding, wait-timers, and multiple in-game currencies used to encourage you to spend your real money inside a game.</p><p>If you play mobile games in any capacity then you're bound to be familiar with the pressure that comes with freemium games. It's this that the South Park episode criticizes.</p><p>You can watch the episode here, but not if you're in the UK, unfortunately. Luckily, Kotaku has some choice clips from the episode.</p><p>The first one sees a Canadian businessman explaining to Terrence and Philip what freemium games are, and how they work.</p><p>"With mobile apps we now have the ability to make games that are boring and stupid," he begins. "But, if you pay for inventions, you're rewarded."</p><p>"Freemium. The "mium" is Latin for not really," another guy adds.</p>Whale hunting<p>Another clip that, again, Kotaku has available for you to watch, delves into the concept of whales.</p><p>"Whales" is the term used by companies to refer to the one percent of users who contribute to most of a game's profits.</p><p>"The truth is, a very small percentage of people who download freemium games ever pay anything for them," the character says.</p><p>"It's all about finding the heaviest users, and extracting the most amount of cash from them.</p><p>"That's how you get addicts to pay two hundred bucks for a game that's not even worth forty cents."</p><p>Terrence then replies with: "But then all our profits come from people with problems."</p><p>The businessman's reply? "Don't think about that! Think about all the money!"</p>Kotaku
Time had not scythed all that youth begun,
– Stability improvements
- “APK” install it on your device.
- Enter the game.