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    <p>Great news for all you Apple addicts - ZPLAY has just released Mr. Catt on iOS devices.</p><p>Originally released in October for Android, Mr Catt is the newest puzzle orientated match 3 game to hit the App Store and Google Play, and takes you on an exciting journey filled with secrets, adventure and wonder.</p><p>In this galactic adventure, you’ll follow Mr. Catt on his voyage to uncover the mystery of his partner White Cat’s disappearance. You’ll need to get your gaming brain in gear to combine your match 3 and building block skills to collect the precious star lights that’ll guide you on your quest, and bring you closer to finding Mr. Catt’s feline friend.</p><p>Comprising of 3 brilliant episodes and 900 mesmerising stages, Mr. Catt is chocked full of fantastic features, which look to keep you entertained for hours on end.</p><p>Match colours to create combos and eliminate boxes, and freely create loads of super powerful special blocks for a smarter way to play. With some really snazzy unique features including a lightning bolt that can form a cross shaped hit, and a meteor that clears a larger area Mr. Catt offers a variety of fun ways to complete each puzzle.</p><p>Ahead of its release on iOS, the app’s also received a brand new update with some extra content and improvements to the games graphics.</p><p>The new update brings you the new “Libra System” that tracks and reduces the amount of colours you no longer need when completing your puzzles. There’s also a new and improved tutorial system to better aid your game play, and a complete rebuild of stages 1 – 150.</p>

    �<p>Two new Sync Pairs have been added to Pokemon Masters today, the previously teased Professor Oak &amp; Mew alongside Steven &amp; Metagross. The first of those two pairings can be obtained simply by logging into the game, but you'll have to complete a series of missions if you want to make your Mew more powerful.</p><p>Much like the Legendary events, there will be several missions to complete that will net players a bunch of vouchers and Mew-specific training items. As is often the case, they're all fairly straightforward and the usual variations of doing X a certain number of times like using 100 Sync Moves or completing 100 areas with battles.</p><p>The most tricky it ever becomes is doing battles on the harder difficulty settings or using Psychic so it hits super effectively a grand total of 100 times. It's more a case of grinding than posing any real challenge then.</p><p>That does mean you'll have a limited time to complete all of these missions to make your Mew as strong as possible, however. The Oak &amp; Mew missions will run from today until 16th March, giving you 30 days to get the New Species Pokemon fully powered up. Mew will already have its Sync Grid expanded, which is also the case for Steven &amp; Metagross.</p><p>This duo has also been added to the game today but will only be available through a Spotlight Poke Fair Scout. This means that they'll only appear for a limited time before possibly being available at another time in the future. That means &ndash; for now &ndash; players will have to hope to Scout them before 16th March.</p><p>To coincide with his addition to the game there are several story events to play through as well as a number of co-op events to tackle. There will also be missions related to beating these different areas repeatedly that can earn players some Gems, co-op Sync Orbs and vouchers that can be exchanged for training items or Power-Ups for increasing potential.</p><p>Finally, it wouldn't be Pokemon Masters without a new login Rally. The latest Rally called 'Run-up to Six Months Celebration ' is mixing things up a bit by not only providing a bunch of Gems. They're here too, of course, with a grand total of 3000 Gems on offer, but you'll also get 10 Evolution Shards and 3 Evolution Crystals if you log in every day until 28th February.</p><p>Pokemon Masters is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Need some pals to tackle the co-op missions? We've plenty of friend codes over here&#;

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    &#;<p>Some people say 2016 is the year of virtual reality. Those people aren't wrong, but we've already had the golden age of VR - the early 1990s.</p><p>Crouched ominously in the corners of cinemas, arcades, and other places you might find a battered arcade machine begging for your quarters, was the coolest VR device we've seen thus far.</p><p>A huge circular pod that could hold a single person wearing a gigantic yellow and black headset, they clutched a plastic gun at head height in a way dangerous to everyone around them, turning haphazardly to shoot at enemies only they could see.</p><p>Sure, they looked like a jerk, but they looked like they were having fun too, so you decided you wanted a go.</p><p>That was the promise of Virtuality, a company on the frontlines of the battle to get virtual reality machines into arcades in the early '90s. Founded by Dr Jonathan Waldern, the company’s machines started bringing the future to arcades in 1991.</p><p>The games actually weren't really the draw here, and to be honest most of them were awful. It was how the machines looked that got us dropping quarters, and whatever it was we used in the UK instead of quarters, into those slots.</p><p>Virtuality's pods looked incredible, the machines themselves part of the theatre and spectacle of the whole thing. Get past that and there was the promise: a virtual reality arcade machine that could take you to a magical world far far away - as long as you could ignore the noise of the crowds and the smell of stale sweat.</p><p>That stale sweat whiff is on the headset the attendant lowered over your head unfortunately. A headset that managed to be way too large for your cranium whilst also being totally unbalanced.</p><p>Turning too rapidly could give you whiplash or pull your neck muscles as you struggled to compensate.</p><p>But it still felt like the future, so you persevered. Locked into the pod, you find yourself trapped, with limited room for movement. You persevere. It's time for your five minutes of future - it’s Tron-o’clock.</p><p>A few minutes later you staggered from the pod wearily. This wasn't Tron, it wasn't even Lawnmower Man. You felt sick, and you weren’t sure whether you needed to lay down or have a quick blast on Captain America And The Avengers.</p><p>Virtuality had transported you to a magical world, but all you could do there was walk slowly around the woods while poorly animated skeletons attacked you.</p><p>You're done with VR for now.</p><p>This was a story that played out a hundred thousand times. By the mid '90s Virtuality was tanking hard, expecting the high-tech gear to distract consumers from the fact its games often lacked story, graphical power or, somewhat tellingly, gameplay.</p><p>This brings me to my point - you knew i'd make one eventually, right? As an industry we’ve learned the lessons that Viruality had to teach us.</p><p>We've even cracked movement. The pod now, could be the size of the room. The skeletons attacking you could have the full budget of a AAA blockbuster behind them.</p><p>It's time not for Virtuality, but for what Virtuality represented, to come back to life. Put a virtual reality room in the concourse of every mall, every arcade, the corner of every particularly spacious pub. Let us fly planes, float through space, or even just play our friends at pretend table tennis.</p><p>Unlike the efforts of the VR pods in the '90s, we no longer need to hide terrible games behind flashy hardware - we can deliver an intense and exciting five minute experience in virtual reality.</p><p>And that experience could, and indeed should, be delivered to anyone that's got a fiver and a bit of time to kill in Westfields on a Saturday morning.</p><p>Although you’ll probably still have to deal with the smell of stale sweat.</p>&#;

    &#;Tile Master - Classic Triple Match & Puzzle Game<p>Apple revealed more details about its Apple Watch today.</p><p>Among the announcements are the price and release dates of its three separate models, plus more info on specs, apps, and general functionality.</p><p>All three models of the Apple Watch launch on April 24th, with pre-orders opening April 10th.</p><p>While Apple hopes to bring the wearable smart device to more places around the world, so far the Apple Watch will ship in the following areas: the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, China, Japan, and Hong Kong.</p><p>The standard black Apple Watch, made of stainless steel, will cost anywhere between $549 USD to $1049 USD for the 38mm version or $599 USD to $1099 USD for the 42mm.</p><p>Any variation in price comes from which type of watch band you get with it.</p><p>The more affordable Apple Watch Sport, with an aluminum body, costs $349 USD for 38mm and $399 USD for 42mm.</p><p>It comes in grey and silver and comes with features like an accelerometer and heart rate monitor.</p><p>The Sport version is also 30% lighter than its steel model.</p><p>The limited Apple Watch Edition, made of solid 18k gold, starts off at $10,000 USD.</p><p>Apple didn’t dive into the smart watch’s gaming capabilities, but it did go over a few apps that are compatible with the device.</p><p>These include: Twitter, Uber, Instagram, CNN, Apple Pay, and more.</p>�

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    <p>Great Escapes is the latest game from Glitch Games, the folks who created the recently released Veritas. As the name implies, Great Escapes will see players trying to escape from a serious of rooms by solving a variety of puzzles. The game is available now for iOS and Android.</p><p>It was announced in a recent blog post on Glitch Games' website where it was revealed that Great Escapes has been in development on and off since 2016 but other ideas often took precedent. They'd initially worked on a Bunker-themed escape room but that eventually took on a life of its own and became the excellent All That Remains: Part 1.</p><p>If you know anything about board games then you've probably heard of Catan.</p><p>If not, well now's the perfect chance to find out about it, because the regular and HD versions of the digital version of the classic are on sale on the App Store right now.</p><p>The game lets you play with up to three other people on or offline to see who can build the biggest settlements, the longest roads, and the strongest army. It's a classic of the strategy genre, and these digital versions capture the fun perfectly.</p>Settle this like lords<p>There's trading as well. You're not fighting against your opposition, but you are competing with them. You'll still need them to get resources that you haven't got hold of though.</p><p>It's a simple system, but it opens up a huge amount of tactical possibilities. Once you've got to grips with things you'll find yourself having some brilliant games against the computer or real-life people.</p><p>You can grab the HD version by clicking this link, or the standard version by clicking this link. Either will set you back just £1.99 / $1.99. Bargain.</p>The Gamecocks and the Partridge

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    <p>Angry Birds fans! Feast your eyes: here's a trailer for the sequel to 2016's animated film based on the famous Rovio game series.</p><p>Avid Games' award-winning educational game CUE has released an update today that introduces a host of festive-themed cards. This looks to celebrate holiday traditions across the globe such as The Catalonian Poo Log and La Noche de Los Rab&aacute;nos (The Night of Radishes) among many others.&nbsp;</p><p>It'll be a great way for children and even adults to learn about the different ways other countries celebrate the festive season in unique and interesting ways. For example, in Norway Christmas Eve is believed to bring spirits and witches, so Norwegians will hide their brooms so they don't get stolen.</p>Startup Panic review - "Starting your own business, with required Holiday time.<p>Discussing the update, Paul Mayze, Managing Director, Avid Games, said: &ldquo;In the UK, we think of things like mulled wine, mince pies, turkey and presents around Christmas time - which is bizarre enough when you stop to think about it - but across the globe, many countries follow festive customs that are even stranger.&rdquo;</p><p>He added: &ldquo;Our latest Festive Traditions card pack features over a dozen wonderful Christmas-related curiosities, designed to remind us how utterly fascinating the world is - but they also play a role in the game, with each card having unique abilities to give you the edge during battle.&rdquo;</p>Million Dungeon review - "Too cute to care about what's happening"<p>If you're unfamiliar with CUE Cards, it's a card-collecting and battling game that also aims to educate as you play. Since it's a card battler, you'll often find yourself pitting some bizarre combinations against one another such as a Velociraptor facing off against String Theory.</p><p>CUE Cards is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for some digital board games to play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for Android devicesTo th' orbed earth; sometimes they do extend

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