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<p>This is the show we recorded the week before episode 498. However, problems with Matthew's microphone (it was off) meant that we've had to dive into back-up recordings and do a little post-production to cut it together into something listenable. But cut we did, and here it is. In the show, James and Matthew cover the Stadia pre-launch, the upcoming Ni No Kuni mobile tie-in, and the Sonic movie redesign.</p><p>There's also new releases chat featuring Pokemon Sword and Shield, Battle Breakers, and Mosaic.</p>Download episode 499:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p><p> </p>
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<p>This could be the biggest week for mobile games in 2015. A huge number of high profile games, from archeological puzzler Lara Croft Go to stylish stealth game Calvino Noir, are due in the next five days.</p><p>Here, then, is a heads up on the main games to come out this week. Let us know what you plan to buy in the comments section down there.</p>Lara Croft Go<p>Sociable Soccer is said to be a fast-paced take on the most beautiful game that remains accessible while serving up a considerable amount of depth. You'll have the option to directly control your team or manage them from the sidelines to take on rival players in intense online matches.</p><p>The game comes to us from Combo Breaker, Rogue Games, and Tower Studios. Jon Hare of Tower Studios actually worked on Microprose Soccer for the Commodore 64 and the cult classic Sensible Soccer, otherwise known as Sensi.</p>
<p>Drift Champions is an upcoming top-down racer that's heading for iOS and Android, with pre-registration open on Google Play right now. It's been developed by Holy Cow Games who you may know from their previous game Mystic Pillars.</p><p>They've swapped methodical, serene puzzling action for burning rubber around the track then, which is quite the change of direction. Drift Champions is a retro-inspired racer with an aesthetic that juxtaposes brightly coloured cars with more muted tones for the tracks themselves. It's certainly a stylish looking racer.
<p>Miniclip's kicking the week off in style as their latest game, Flip Master, has soft launched on iOS in Canada and Portugal.</p><p>As you could probably guess from the name, Flip Master has you front-flipping, back-flipping, and doing all sorts of stunts on trampolines - from amateur to professional. Combined with entertaining Ragdoll Physics, train to be the very best in the business or crash out horrendously.</p><p>Jump in a series of locations, unlock 13 epic skills, choose and customise your characters, and select from a huge list of power-ups to switch up the gameplay. If you've played Miniclip's other 'Flip' games, you'll get the gist.</p><p>Grab it on the App Store free to play if you're in the aforementioned locations. Or, if you're not but you'd like to give it a go, check out our guide on creating a foreign iTunes account to get you started.</p><p>Source.</p>
"`You'll do what I want you to do, sonny,' said Marshall, `or I'll jest turn you over my knee and give you one of those spankings your mother forgot.'Nothing ever seemed to put Captain Jim out or depress him in any way.
As for Anne herself, she was so happy that she almost felt frightened. The gods, so says the old superstition, do not like to behold too happy mortals. It is certain, at least, that some human beings do not. Two of that ilk descended upon Anne one violet dusk and proceeded to do what in them lay to prick the rainbow bubble of her satisfaction. If she thought she was getting any particular prize in young Dr. Blythe, or if she imagined that he was still as infatuated with her as he might have been in his salad days, it was surely their duty to put the matter before her in another light. Yet these two worthy ladies were not enemies of Anne; on the contrary, they were really quite fond of her, and would have defended her as their own young had anyone else attacked her. Human nature is not obliged to be consistent.<p>This week, James, Matthew, and Dann convene to talk Tetris Royale, the upcoming mobile interpretation of the Switch's Tetris 99. There's also a new spiritual successor to Final Fantasy Tactics on the way to smartphones, and the creator of Nier: Automata is bringing his hit game's beloved characters to SINoALICE.</p><p>New releases include Super Mario Maker 2 on Switch, and mobile offerings like the gorgeous Forgotten Anne, retro shmup P.3, positional puzzler ROOMS: The Toymaker's Mansion, and more.</p>Download episode 491:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p><p> </p>
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