"Yes, I called in on my way home to see him. He's getting round all right--but stewing in a broth of trouble, as usual, poor man."Oh, very nice, and quite good-looking."
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What rounds, what bounds, what course, what stop he makes!"<p>Dungeon Rushers is an upcoming tactical roguelike by Goblinz Studios, coming to iOS and Android next year.</p><p><p>Following a similar structure to roguelikes such as Dungeons and Dragons, the idea of the game is to explore, fight through, and loots various dungeons to complete each level. A particularly nice element of the game is its design. Set up in tiles, Dungeon Rushers plays a bit like a board game, before throwing you into turn-based combat.<p><p>The game offers challenge and campaign modes for its mobile version but on its PC release it also gives you a creative mode in its workshop in which you can create your own dungeons to share with other players. Overall we have a whopping 17 missions, four chapters, and 69 dungeons to play through in the mobile version, not including the ones made on PC (which are cross-compatible).<p><p>There are ten characters to unlock as you play, each one with an individual set of skills to aid your progress. However as you work through the game you can only assemble a team of five characters so choose wisely. Each character can benefit from Dungeon Rusher's skill tree, where you can level-up your skills, as well as a crafting system, where you can craft weapons, armour, potions, and more - or you can buy them with earned in-game currency.<p><p>Though Goblinz Studios hasn't quite decided on whether the game will be premium or free-to-play with IAPs yet, Dungeon Rushers is set so far to release in January 2017. <p>
A DOG, crossing a bridge over a stream with a piece of flesh in his mouth, saw his own shadow in the water and took it for that of another Dog, with a piece of meat double his own in size. He immediately let go of his own, and fiercely attacked the other Dog to get his larger piece from him. He thus lost both: that which he grasped at in the water, because it was a shadow; and his own, because the stream swept it away.
His poisoned me, and mine did him restore.
<p>Remember that time when a Cuphead dupe managed to sneak under the radar and launch on the App Store? It was pretty crazy and further opened up whether such a game would ever come to mobile. The short answer? Not anytime soon.</p><p>Earlier today, a couple of our sister sites Pocketgamer.biz and PCGamersInsider.biz, launched articles where MDHR co-founder Chad Moldenhauer chatted about Cuphead, its successes, and the recent iOS controversy.</p><p>Though ultimately touching on what a bizarre experience it was, Moldenhauer said, "It opened our eyes to show us how big the Cuphead IP is spreading around the games sphere. We just thought it was a little bit odd that it wasn't caught on Apple's end, but they took it down super fast."</p><p>When asked about whether MDHR had any plans to bring the game to mobile, he said 'never say never', though the likelihood of there being a Cuphead port in the next few months would be highly unlikely. "--the game, as it is right now, would never work on mobile. If we do something in the future on mobile, it would have to be from the ground up and something totally different."</p><p>Be sure to take a look on both PCGamesInsider and Pocketgamer.biz to learn more about where the idea of Cuphead came from, what its future on mobile could possibly be, and more.</p>
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